Permanent, full time role
Location: Auckland, Wellington or Christchurch
SPCA is currently on a journey of becoming a unified organisation with a regional approach. The aim is to have one effective SPCA voice, one strategy, one Board and one culture to improve animal welfare across New Zealand.
This role will be crucial in the SPCA transformational change and so you must be an experienced leader with people, culture, safety and wellbeing as your passions.
Together, as one organisation, SPCA has over 500 employees across the country and over 4000 volunteers. Our people are important to us and allow us to deliver better animal outcomes for animals in New Zealand.
This role will form part of the Senior Leadership Team of SPCA and will report directly to the CEO. You will be accountable for embedding a People and Safety strategy and culture, leading transformational change and being a trusted advisor to senior leaders in driving effective leadership and people practices. You will also be responsible for leading the development and facilitating the implementation of Health& Safety and HR standards and procedures across SPCA. You’ll need to be an experienced senior HR and Safety leader who is already working at a senior leadership level.
In this role, you will:
What SPCA can offer you:
If you think you have what it takes, please Click Here to apply.
Applications for this role close on 29th September 2017.
A position description is available on request by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications without a cover letter will not be accepted.
Full-time permanent position
Do you have excellent people skills and a passion for animal welfare? Then we may have the job for you!
This role is 40 hrs per week worked between 7.30am – 5pm including weekends and public holidays. Flexibility in regard to days and hours of work is a must for this position. The position will be busy, exciting, challenging and you would be working with like minded people who get the opportunity to make a difference every day.
Duties will include:
To be successful in your application you need to have the following values and skills:
Knowledge and Experience
Skills & Abilities
Equipment used and/or technology skills.
If this is the job for you and you match all the above criteria, click here to apply.
Applications close 4pm Friday 6th October 2017.
Marketing, Communications & Fundraising Department
Full-time, permanent position
Based at SPCA Auckland in Mangere
We are looking for a positive and enthusiastic team player to join the SPCA Marketing, Communications and Fundraising Team and provide graphic design services for the organisation. In this newly-created full time role, you will work with stakeholders across the SPCA to create posters, flyers, e-marketing, online banners for a variety of services, campaigns and events.
The SPCA Marketing, Communications and Fundraising Team is hard-working and fast-paced so you will need a high level of attention to detail, and must be able to multi-task and manage deadlines. We have a friendly, collaborative and supportive team environment and there is opportunity to learn and grow your skills across many different areas.
Essential skills and experience required:
If you'd like to use your skills to really make a difference, Click here to apply.
Applications without a cover letter will NOT be considered. A position description is available on request.
Applications close on Friday 22nd September 2017.
Part-time permanent position
Hours: 8:30AM - 4:30PM Saturday & Sunday
SPCA is one of the best loved and most respected charities in New Zealand. We have a proud history of helping animals in need and advocating for animal welfare, which we have been doing this since 1883. We service the Auckland region from Port Waikato to the Bay of Islands.
We are looking for a Customer Service Representative to work in our busy reception department. This position will have a focus on customer service, involving retail sales, administration and processing animal adoptions.
This role is responsible for creating the first impression that our customers receive as they step inside our doors. For this reason, we are looking for a frontline superstar. The ideal candidate will be a quick thinker who is skilled at multi-tasking, has strong interpersonal skills, as well as a positive attitude. They will need to be able to work in a fast paced environment and must have a love for working with both people and animals.
We are seeking a confident employee with past experience in a customer service focused role who can help our organization achieve the best outcomes for the animals under our care. Shifts will take place on Saturday and Sunday each week, 8:30AM - 4:30PM, it is preferable that you are also available to swap shifts and cover when required. To be successful in your application, you will need to have the following qualities:
Knowledge and Experience
Skills & Personality
Are you committed to the values of the SPCA? Does this sound like the ideal role for you? If you match the above criteria, Click Here to apply.
Applications close 4pm Friday the 29th of September.
SPCA OP SHOP, THREE KINGS
Full time, permanent position
SPCA is one of the best loved and most respected charities in New Zealand. We have a proud history of helping animals in need and advocating for animal welfare and have been doing this since 1883. There are 8 SPCA Op Shops throughout Auckland, these shops help raise the funds that we need for the work that we do. They are an integral part of the process used by our organisation to save the lives of the animals that come through our door.
We are excited to announce that a Retail Manager position is now available at our busy Three Kings Op Shop. We are seeking an enthusiastic individual with a positive attitude who wants to play a part in helping the animals of Auckland by raising money through selling donated goods.
You will need to have excellent customer service skills and lots of energy as you will be on your feet all day. The ideal candidate will also have cash handling experience and excellent interpersonal skills as they will work alongside an awesome team of volunteers on a daily basis. For this reason, previous experience leading a team is preferential. This roles hours are 10:00AM-5.30PM, Monday to Friday.
A key benefit to this role is going home every day with the knowledge that the work you do supports an amazing cause.
Skills and abilities
Are you committed to the values of SPCA Auckland? Do you think this role sounds like something you’d be good at? If you think you are the right candidate for this position please send your CV and Cover letter to Emma Starr at email@example.com by the 28th September.
Applications without a cover letter will not be considered.
SPCA is one of the best loved and most respected charities in New Zealand, with a proud history of helping animals in need since 1883. SPCA Auckland cares for animals that have been lost, abandoned, injured, or abused. We service the whole Auckland region between Port Waikato to Wellsford.
A vacancy has become available for a friendly and experienced full time senior veterinarian to join SPCA Auckland hospital.
In this role, you will be overseeing our vets, providing leadership on all veterinary matters throughout the SPCA Auckland hospital and helping to set the professional standards of animal care and hygiene for the SPCA hospital.
Vets at the village are supported by qualified nurses along with multiple assistants and volunteers. The SPCA handles approximately 10,000 animals per year and the opportunity for education and experience is limitless. While our work is comprised of shelter work, the sheer number of cases we see in a year allows for more experiences and learning than just ‘shelter work’.
The hospital is equipped with all the daily functioning equipment along with digital full body and dental x-ray, dental machine, IV fluid pumps, surgical suite and anaesthetic monitoring equipment.
The successful candidate would need to be confident with both surgery and medicine and have experience overseeing staff/veterinarians. You will be a confident people person and have team management experience. You must be comfortable working with a large number of nursing staff along with 5th year vet students and you would need to work with several different groups within the SPCA Village. This role requires someone that can multi-task as a leader within a team and be willing to work cooperatively with other departments on an everyday basis.
Your responsibilities would span over a 5 day work week (1 weekend required per month) and package includes 4 week annual leave, CPD leave and reimbursement package along with paid veterinary memberships. You will have continual mentoring from the Head of Veterinary Services, work alongside a senior nurse and be supported by a clinic administrator.
The successful candidate would ideally have three-five years’ experience. Please apply with a CV and covering letter to the Head of Veterinary Services, firstname.lastname@example.org.