Funding and Finance Administrator
Reporting to: OUTLine General Manager
Salary: $44,720 plus KiwiSaver (pro rata)
Hours: 20/week. Flexible hours, with some expectation of work outside of normal office hours (e.g. weeknights and weekends).
As the Funding and Finance Administrator for OUTLine, you will be a core to our financial viability today and for the future, as well as enabling the work of our people through monetary resources. You will be making sure that our books are in top notch shape and thinking of new revenue streams.
The key areas of responsibility are:
- Funding applications and accountabilities
- Maintaining the organisations finances
As a part of the wider OUTLine team, you may also be asked to do other tasks from time to time, by agreement.
The outcome of your role will be to support the growth and expansion of OUTLine as the best national source for LGBTIQ+ information and provider of quality services.
Applications close 11:59pm Sunday 26 July 2020
If you’d like to know more or to apply, please contact [email protected]
OUTLine is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. We do not discriminate based upon ethnicity, religion, political or other affiliations, sex or gender (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions), intersex status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, or status as a person with an access need or disability. Please contact us if you have any questions in regards to this statement, or would like to enquire about assistance or accommodations we may be able to provide.
Note: We are using the term ‘gender diverse’ as an umbrella term that includes people questioning their gender identity, and people with identities such as transgender, gender non-conforming, non-binary, genderqueer, tāhine, whakawāhine, tangata ira tāne, Takatāpui, Fa’afafine, Fa’afatama, Leiti, Fakafifine, Akava’ine and Vakasalewalewa.
We use ‘rainbow’ as an umbrella term to describe people who do not identify as heterosexual, do not fit typical gender norms, and/or we are born with bodies that do not match common biological definitions of male or female. This include people who identify with terms like takatāpui, lesbian, gay, bisexual, intersex, transgender, queer, non-binary or fa’afafine, as well as people who don’t use specific words for their identity, people whose identity changes over time, and people who are in the process of understanding their own identity and may not have ‘come out’ to themselves or others.