Employment Opportunities


Digital Communications Co-ordinator

Arthritis New Zealand is a well established not for profit organisation with an ambitious mission: “improving the lives of every person affected by arthritis”.

We are looking for a person with the skills, demonstrated ability and commitment for the role of Digital Communications Co-ordinator.  This position is located at our Newmarket office in Auckland but could be based in Wellington or Christchurch.

 We are seeking a person with excellent written and communication skills, knowledge and familiarity with WordPress or similar website platform, demonstrated experience in use of websites and social media for a range of different audiences and a high level of technology competence.

A job description, outlining the competencies required for this role, and application form are available from rochelle.molloy@arthritis.org.nz tel 0800 663463

Applications close on March 13th and should be sent to francesca.holloway@arthritis.org.nz

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Events and Appeal Fundraiser (Parental Cover)

Arthritis New Zealand is a well established not for profit organisation with an ambitious mission: “improving the lives of every person affected by arthritis”.

We are looking for a person with the skills, demonstrated ability and commitment to maintain our established event and appeal programme and continue its development. This position is located in our Christchurch office but could be based in Auckland or Wellington.

 The key objectives of this role are:

  • To manage existing projects
  • To support our Peer to Programme
  • To assist with the recruitment of volunteers for our Annual Appeal

A job description, outlining the competencies required for this role, and application form are available from dianne.armstrong@arthritis.org.nz tel 0800 663463

 Applications close on March 13th and should be sent  to dianne.armstrong @arthritis.org.nz

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Policy Advisor

Arthritis New Zealand is a well established not for profit organisation with an ambitious mission: “improving the lives of every person affected by arthritis”.

We are looking for a person to join the Awareness and Advocacy Team as a full time Policy Advisor.  The position is located at our Newmarket office in Auckland but could be based in Wellington or Christchurch.

 This person will focus on gathering and analysing information to assist Arthritis New Zealand to develop policy to meet our Mission.

We seek a person who has ideally worked in the Health and Disability sector and has good understanding of the political, social and cultural issues that may affect people with arthritis.

A job description outlining the competencies required for this role and application form are available from Rochelle.molloy@arthritis.org.nz or phone Rochelle 0800 663463.  Applications close on 13th March 2017 and should be sent to- Francesca.holloway@arthritis.org.nz

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Communications Officer

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Primary Care Liaison Coordinator

Arthritis New Zealand is a well established not for profit organisation with an ambitious mission: “improving the lives of every person affected by arthritis”. Our Strategic Plan 2017-2021 sets out a new way of working and we want people to work with us to add expertise and collaborate to reach these targets.

Working within the Health Advice team, the role of Primary Care Liaison Coordinator is designed to help us meet our ambitious goals in developing pathways to better integration with primary care by:

  • Building and maintaining relationships with relevant health professional bodies.
  • Facilitating a professional presence for Arthritis New Zealand at relevant conferences
  • Ensuring relevant clinical information is disseminated to primary care
  • Contributing to training of primary care workers
  • Facilitating Arthritis New Zealand service development in primary care
  • Contributing to digital service delivery
  • Promoting processes that enhance referral to Arthritis New Zealand

We are looking for a registered health professional with primary care knowledge and IT savvy who has the skills, demonstrated ability and commitment to help us succeed.

For more information, including a job description and application form please contact Dayleen Troke email Dayleen.Troke@arthritis.org.nz or phone 04 472 1427.

Closing date for applications is 9am Monday 6 March 2017

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Administrator – Auckland Office

Part time Position (25-30 hours per week)

Arthritis New Zealand is a well-established not for profit organisation with an ambitious mission: “improving the lives of every person affected by arthritis”.

We are looking for an experienced administrator to join the Corporate Services Team, working in our Auckland office located in Newmarket.

If you have an interest in the charitable sector and like working in a team environment, this position could be for you.

The Primary objectives are: 

  • Supporting the National Managers and their teams with a with a variety of administrative tasks, including:
    • Reception, Data entry, computing and systems support
    • Co-ordinating equipment and stationery requirements
    • Organising travel, accommodation and catering
    • Assisting with event organisation, flyers, registrations, etc.

You will have a positive “can do” attitude and great people skills – courteous, friendly and warm. This role requires someone who has general all-round office experience, is self-sufficient, computer literate and confident using Microsoft Office applications.

A job description outlining the competencies required for this role and application form are available from dayleen.troke@arthritis.org.nz or phone Dayleen on 0800 663463.

Applications close on 16th March 2017 and should be sent to Karen.baker@arthritis.org.nz.

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