ECO is a network of fifty-plus large and small environmental organisations based all around New Zealand, as well as several hundred individual Friends. The core of ECO’s work is promoting and strengthening community environmental action, and working collaboratively towards better government policies and management decisions. ECO also works on global issues such as climate change, Antarctica, and oceans.
The Environment and Conservation Organisations (ECO), has called out the fishing oligarchs’ stifling in New Zealand of moves for marine protected areas, ecosystem-based management, the precautionary approach, the norms of environmental and resource management and the exclusion of the public from decision making. ECO has called out the lack of ecosystem-based management, the losses of marine biodiversity, the fishing industry-inspired fake protected areas, the depletion of fish and ecosystems, the harms from destructive fishing methods and more. Fishing rules, research, and institutions have evolved with little public attention but much fishing industry pressure. ECO has worked hard since the 1980s to make visible and counter these problems and to propose solutions.
We are looking for an admin support person to come on board. You will directly report to our Executive Officer. This role helps ensure the administrative tasks of ECO are being carried out efficiently and effectively.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Assisting with our database
- Data entry in Excel and other platforms like MailChimp
- Google Calendar entries
- Assist in event planning
- Schedule and coordinate staff and other meetings.
- Collate and distribute mail
Knowledge and Skills Required
- Can communicate effectively.
- Is well organised and quick learner
- Some experience in assisting and office duties beneficial but not necessary
- Competent in using the Google Suite
- Understanding of MailChimp
Time Commitment Required
The estimated time commitment required is 8hrs/week.
Work arrangement is flexible, the office in Wellington would be open to come in for work.
Briefing on the organisation’s operations will be provided. Additional development training will also be given to upskill