Work with us: Operations Director [closed] | Sustainable Coastlines

Operations Director

Job Description

Love our coastlines? Want to play a key role in protecting and regenerating them? Are you an organisational guru who ensures balls aren’t dropped and delivery happens on time every time? Would you like to be the nurturer of culture and people development within our organisation? Do you have fantastic interpersonal skills, emotional intelligence up the wazoo and an ability to think expansively while managing important details in the here and now? This is the job you’ve been waiting for!

Sustainable Coastlines is a multi-award winning, strictly-a-political New Zealand charity, established in April 2009. We have a proud history of successfully designing and executing large scale, environmental programmes across New Zealand and the Pacific Islands. Since establishment, we have educated over 220,000 people, motivated more than 100,000 volunteers to remove over 1.6 million litres of rubbish from our coastlines., and we have planted over 200,000 trees to clean up our waterways.

We’re looking for a new member of our leadership team to head our operations whanau. Reporting into the CEO, you will also ensure that we have the frameworks and processes in place to maximise productivity across the organisation. You will ensure the Flagship Education Centre is an exemplar of sustainability for others to follow and the heart of our organisation, enabling the delivery of our programmes, education, training and events. These core responsibilities will empower the charity to effectively deliver on its purpose, increase its impact and ensure the financial sustainability and future growth of the organisation.

Come join our mission for “Beautiful Beaches, Healthy Waters and Inspired People.” We need a passionate person who loves our coastlines and cares about the communities around them. If you want to work in an exciting, fast-paced non-profit, then we’d love to hear from you.

How to Apply

Email your CV and cover letter to Josh Borthwick: [email protected], by 13 December 2020

Job Category: Environment / Conservation. Job Type: Full-Time. Job Salary: 80,000 – 100,000.