Join the team at OUTLine!
Role: General Manager
Location: Auckland CBD
Salary: $64,500 pro rata
Hours: 30 hours per week, negotiable
Start date: November 2018
Applications close: 14th October 2018
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As the General Manager at OUTLine and most senior team member, you’ll be responsible for growing the national reach of the organisation and harnessing technology to connect Rainbow* people across Aotearoa to the support they need to flourish. You’ll understand the potential of technology and be able to navigate seas of ambiguity – you won’t be alone though! With a small but perfectly formed team you’ll work together to ensure that the various operational aspects are running smoothly, while building a bright future alongside our community. You don’t shy away fundraising, organisational development and public speaking.
How to Apply
If you are interested in this role and you believe in what we are doing then apply by emailing [email protected] with your CV, and a cover letter. In your cover letter please answer the following two questions:
- What excites you about this role?
- What opportunities do you see for OUTLine enhance the lives of rainbow* people in Aotearoa?
We will not accept applications from applicants who have not answered these questions.
To find out more about the role, please call Moira Clunie (Chair), 021 790 236.
OUTLine is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. We do not discriminate based upon ethnicity, religion, political or other affiliations, sex or gender (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions), intersex status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, or status as a person with an access need or disability. Please contact us if you have any questions in regards to this statement, or would like to enquire about assistance or accommodations we may be able to provide.
* We use “Rainbow” as an umbrella term to describe people who do not identify as heterosexual, do not fit typical gender norms, and/or we are born with bodies that do not match common biological definitions of male or female. This includes a range of identities and experiences, and encompasses:
· Sexual orientation
· Diverse gender identity
· Diversity of sex characteristics
The rainbow population also includes people who do not use a specific identity label, people whose identity changes over time, and people who are in the process of understanding their own identity, and may not have ‘come out’ to themselves or others.