Closes: Sep 30, 2020
Part-Time - Work from Home - Member & Event Services Co-Ordinator
The Brewers Guild of New Zealand are seeking a part-time Membership & Events Services Co-ordinator. This is a contracted, work from home, role and presents the right candidate with the opportunity for engaging and challenging work with significant work/ life balance.
About the Brewers Guild
The Brewers Guild of New Zealand is the industry association for breweries in New Zealand. Our vision is that the quality and creativity of New Zealand beer is celebrated at home and around the world.
The organisation is in year 3 of a professionalisation journey and there is significant scope to positively impact the brewing industry as it continues to mature. Currently our areas of focus are workforce strategy, beer quality, and beer tourism. We also actively engage with Government and stakeholders on a range of regulatory reform issues.
In addition to serving our members, the Guild delivers the New Zealand Beer Awards and industry conference each year. These are significant events that celebrate our industry. In 2021, the NZ Beer Awards will be in their 15th year.
Skills & Experience
3+ years administration and customer service experience.
Demonstrated experience in large scale event administration.
Demonstrated Ability to deliver to deadlines.
Strong understanding of Xero and a basic understanding of financial statements.
About the right candidate
The right candidate will be outcome oriented and detailed focused with the ability to communicate clearly with a broad range of stakeholders. You must be willing to learn and look forward to hitting the ground running.
While it would be great if they had some background and experience in the beer industry in New Zealand –this is not essential. A passion for supporting New Zealand producers and growing the brewing industry in New Zealand is important.
The Co-Ordinator must be able to work autonomously within frameworks, goals and timelines set by the Executive Director. This role is expected to be proactive and thoughtful in recommending and making improvements.
Hours & Flexibility
The expectation is that this role will be 15-20 hours a week. It is expected that the Co-Ordinator will be available to respond to enquiries during business hours and be available for online meetings during those hours. However, there is flexibility in how this is managed with a focus on delivering high quality and timely outcomes rather than on specific hours.
While the role is work from home and flexible – the successful co-ordinator will need to be available for to travel for several days each year in July to support an AGM, mid-late October to support the delivery of BREWNZ & AWARDSNZ events and an interest in attending beer events in their location and accross the country as a representative of the Brewers Guild.
If this sounds like a good fit - please send a cover letter addressing the key responsibilities and a CV to the email address below.
Applications close on 30 September 2020 and will be evaluated as they are received and interviews may commence prior to the closing date.
Thank you in advance for considering the Guild - only short-listed applicants will be contacted for an interview via ZOOM.
For enquiries about the role or to apply please email: