Senior Communications Advisor Schools – Full TimePosted to Financial Capability on 31-05-2018
We're on a mission to help New Zealanders of all ages make informed decisions throughout their lives that will help them get ahead financially. The Commission for Financial Capability doesn't have an exciting name, yet our approach is anything but dull. You might know us for our award-winning sorted.org.nz website but there's much more to us than that.
As a thought leader in our field, CFFC is transforming and leading the way we achieve sustained behaviour change with financial capability for New Zealanders, and our Senior Communications Advisor works specifically across the student demographic in the Sorted in Schools team.
This is a brand new role tasked with establishing Sorted in Schools as the known and trusted brand for delivery of financial capability for students, teachers and parents. Essentially the role is really broad, and really critical! The right person will drive a ‘factory of content’ to create depth and breadth to the Sorted in Schools brand. The right person will be a trusted advisor for senior CFFC representatives to ensure they sell an engaging and compelling message in this space. The role must also build amazing working relationships with key stakeholders and communication networks across schools, boards, and leaders. This includes working to leverage their internal communication strategies and regional networks to scale up the delivery of the Sorted in Schools programme.
What we offer:
- A passionate and innovative team environment, we're not your typical government agency,
- A people centric culture focused on wellness, teamwork, diversity and flexibility,
- Stunning Britomart offices, sea views, and only 2 minutes to the train station,
- The ability to really make a difference to the lives of young New Zealander's.
Please check out sorted.org.nz or cffc.org.nz to get a flavour of our work.
Note that we will expect some domestic travel in this role, generally once a month on average.
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