Service Opportunity at  National Office

Service Opportunity at National Office

The National Spiritual Assembly is inviting expressions of interest from members of the Bahá’í community for service opportunities in the National Secretariat at the New Zealand Bahá’í National Office in Newmarket, Auckland. National Secretariat provides support for the National Spiritual Assembly. Among the competencies and skills required are:

A good understanding of the conceptual framework governing the current series of global Plans

Engagement with the associated community-building endeavours; such as the core activities

A willingness to engage in a systematic learning process with others

Sound administrative skills with attention to detail

Administrative Secretary

This role requires various combinations of skills and qualities including:

English language ability at a high level – both written and oral;

A service minded approach to work;

Research acumen;

Computer literacy;

A positive manner; discretion and confidentiality;

Ability to collaborate closely with colleagues;

Ability to build capacity in others

It will be necessary to develop familiarity with the guidance of the Universal House of Justice on a wide range of subjects including the progress of the Plan, and to acquire a thorough knowledge of the policies of the National Spiritual Assembly. Our preference is for a person who can fulfill full-time hours, 40 hours per week, however the National Assembly will consider part-time arrangements on a case-by-case basis. Compensation, or remuneration, will be determined by agreement, according to need.

Any believer who is interested in serving the National Spiritual Assembly in this role is invited to provide their resumé, briefly noting professional and Bahá’í experiences and background, to by 15 April 2019.

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Institute for Studies in Global Prosperity (ISGP) - 2018 seminars

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