Opportunities for paid employment
Environment Network Manawatū (ENM) employs a number of staff in both operational and project-specific roles. ENM, represented by its Board is committed to being a good employer applying good faith principles and providing a quality working environment, as well as fair, transparent and consistent employment processes. The organisation values:
- RESPECT – We acknowledge our personal idiosyncrasies and humanity. We have compassion for each other and our staff.
- INCLUSIVENESS- While we have areas in which we may primarily work, we keep each other in the loop on a needs know basis and support each other when we observe overload.
- CONSENSUS- Is our favoured method of decision making. In doing this we acknowledge that it may take longer but the delay is worthwhile because there is better understanding of how the decision came about.
- COLLABORATION – We acknowledge that we may need to go outside our number on occasions for the expertise that we need. When there is a heavy workload in a particular area we offer to share the load. We work with each other, our members and local authorities to come up with best solutions.
Waste Minimisation Project Lead (Fixed Term Role)
15-20 hours per week by negotiation
Wage Range - $28-$30 per hour
6-month Fixed Term (may be extended dependent on resourcing)
What you’ll do.
This role is a planned succession role, where the ultimate aim is that capacity and capability is established to ensure smooth and continuous support for ENM’s Manawatū River Source to Sea Collective (S2S)
This role will be trained alongside the existing S2S Coordinator to give continuous waste minimisation project support to the S2S collective. It will involve learning to lead specific projects of the collective including initiatives specifically linked to the Plastic Pollution Challenge.
Who you are.
You’ll need to have a passion for the protection of the environment with preferred experience in the not-for-profit sector. You’ll be able to keep on top of lots of different projects, set priorities and work independently. You will have good communication skills, both written and oral, and have a strong ability for growing and managing relationships. You will have the confidence and ability to oversee public events and coordinate large numbers of volunteers/ participants and be a strong collaborator
This is a stimulating, dynamic position that requires someone who is highly motivated with an in-depth understanding of current environmental challenges and priorities.
How to Apply.
Click here to link through to the job description. Applications should be submitted by the closing date via email to firstname.lastname@example.org and must include a CV and cover letter.
Closing date for applications: Tuesday 24th January, 5pm.