• Christchurch based
• Ethical Fund supporting the Diocese
• New permanent position - 20-32 hours per week (negotiable)
• Opportunity to grow an established Fund through strategic thinking and strong relationship management
The Christchurch Catholic Diocesan Development Fund (CDF) is a charitable trust established in 1967. It is governed by a Board of Trustees and managed from the Diocesan Office.
The CDF offers members a range of investment and savings products (debt securities), as well as an opportunity to support the pastoral, educational and religious services of the Church.
The CDF’s main aim is to assist the Church achieve its mission. Members’ funds are used to enable diocesan and parish projects to be completed without our parish es, schools and diocesan groups having to borrow money commercially. In addition, the CDF’s surplus is used to help the Diocese. The CDF helps the Diocese fund the Pastoral Plan, Catholic Social Services, the Catholic Education Office, the Youth Team, the national seminary, the Prison and Hospital Chaplaincies and any other pastoral priorities that occur from time to time. An investment with the Fund, therefore, can be seen as an ethical one.
We are after a strategic thinker who has empathy, integrity and initiative.
This new role was created following a vision setting and planning session with the Fund Trustees, to support the CDF deliver its vision:
Always providing financial support for the continued expansion, advancement and improvement of the Bishop’s vision in our Catholic Diocese.
The outcome of this appointment will be the successful creation and implementation of a solid Business Development Plan and Marketing Strategy that achieves the annual targets and objectives outlined by the Board and management team.
The Board has worked hard to ensure they have set realistic and achievable targets. Because of this, it will be vital that the successful applicant is able to display their ability to achieve success in previous roles while performing under pressure and in a relatively autonomous environment.
We are looking for a person with:
• A tertiary qualification in Communications / Marketing with at least three years’ experience in a business development or client relationship management role
• Excellent relationship building skills and the ability to manage relationships at multiple levels
• High-level communication skills with demonstrated ability to engage both verbally and in writing
• Strong organisational and project management skills
• A commitment to innovation and continuous improvement
• High standards of professional practice and someone who is goal oriented.
This role is for 20-32 hours per week (to be negotiated) with flexibility around the structure of those hours and represents a great flexible working opportunity for an experienced and self-motivated Marketing and Business Development Manager.
To apply in strict confidence now, email your cover letter and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org quoting 307183sp. Applications close on 11 August 2019. Emails will be electronically acknowledged and further correspondence may be by email.
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For more information please phone Andrea Bankier on +64 274 478 102.
You are a legend Andrew. Go well mate.
Simon, Rogan and team did a tremendous job. I believe the publisher shareholders have made the wrong call. Happy to be proven wrong but expect this will result in more spend going to the duopoly.
Yep. Sold off Ogilvy and Kantar and closed down designworks Wellington.
The big sell off is underway.
Seems to be bit of a WPP fire sale at the moment.
Well done to you guys. You have all earned it. Welcome back to the world of salary ratios and bad global business at wonderful margins!
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