- Partner with a passionate and motivated CEO
- Environmental focus
- Flexible working hours
Fish & Game New Zealand manages, maintains and enhances sports fish and game birds, and their habitats, for the best long-term interests of present and future generations of anglers and hunters.
This newly created EA role will support a passionate and motivated CEO tasked with implementing fundamental changes to the NZ Council, and 12 Regional Fish & Game Councils, following a Ministerial Review.
You will provide high level executive assistance that will enable the successful delivery of key strategic imperatives. Taking the initiative must be high on your list. You will be highly organised, flexible and adaptable, with excellent communication and IT skills. You will be a self-starter and able to quickly build trust and rapport with key stakeholders across the regions.
Responsibilities will include:
- Diary and email management
- Travel and accommodation management
- Taking the lead on agendas and schedules
- Coordination support across the wider team – supporting the Fish & Game Council and Regional Managers for formal meetings
- Minute taking, finalising and distribution
- Formatting and editing documents
- Opportunity to lead projects
What you will bring:
- Exceptional communication skills – verbal and written
- Solid travel and diary management experience
- High proficiency across the MS Office Suite and ability to quickly pick up new systems
- Ability to work independently and be comfortable in a remote working environment
- An understanding of how to build and support good organisational culture
- Strong attention to detail and penchant for document configuration
- Effective time management skills and solutions focused approach
This is a unique opportunity to be part of a team bringing positive change in the environmental resource space and to work in partnership with talented leader. The ideal person will start as soon as possible.
Use the Apply now or email your CV and a Cover Letter to firstname.lastname@example.org quoting reference number 3565134.