The NZCTU is the largest democratic organisation in the country, representing over 300,000 workers in our 30 affiliated unions. The NZCTU exists to unite democratic trade unions, to enable them to consult and co-operate with each other for the common good, and to help achieve the agreed aims and objects of the NZCTU by acting in unison and in accordance with democratic decisions. We believe in collective action, social justice, worker engagement and participation, fairness, workers’ safety and wellbeing, and solidarity.
Purpose of role
The Operations Co-ordinator will work closely with the Operations Manager to provide service and support in the following areas:
• Course administration for NZCTU training and development programme
• Assist in planning and coordination of NZCTU Conferences & special events
• Managing logistical and planning requirements for all NZCTU meetings including NAC, Rūnanga, and Sector Group Council meetings
• Organisational assistance to Te Rūnanga and six sector groups
• Operational support and general administrative duties as required as part of the Operations Team.
Key skills sought
This position requires a person with exceptional organisational and communication skills, strong attention to detail, the ability to plan strategically with excellent time management skills. This role has a high level of administrative requirements, but also the opportunity to assist in developing & implementing processes that enhance the smooth operation of the NZCTU.
The NZCTU is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to helping staff build their understanding and commitment to the Treaty of Waitangi and providing opportunities for participation in cultural awareness training and other relevant study. This commitment is underpinned by Te Takawaenga relationship accord.
The position is an office based position in the NZCTU office, Level 5, Education House, 178 Willis St, Wellington.
The conditions of employment are set out in the NZCTU Collective Employment Agreement. The current salary range for which is from $56,000 to $80,000.
How to Apply
Applications close 5pm Wednesday 2nd December 2020.
Interviews will be held Wednesday 9th December
Before applying for this position please request the full position description from
Sue Windsor, Operations Manager Finance and Personnel
Applicants for this position must be a NZ citizen or have permanent residency.