- Significant values-based leadership
- One of NZ’s largest NGOs, broad social services
- Lead our new strategic plan, transform generations
Perehipitiriana Āwhina/Presbyterian Support Northern (PSN), is the parent organisation for a number of well-known services – Shine, Family Works, Lifeline and Enliven. With over 1000 staff, we are one of the largest NGO service providers in New Zealand, and have a reputation for service excellence and innovation.
The trust board is looking for a new Chief Executive who can build on our strong foundations and help us to serve even more whānau and communities – with a goal of transforming generations. With demand for our services continuing to outstrip our ability to respond, and significant changes being implemented in the health & disability and social services sectors, this is a great time to take the helm of this well-regarded organisation.
We are seeking applications from experienced Chief Executives who have led complex service delivery organisations. You will have broad strategic and operational skills, including HR, finance and funding, as well as a track record of working successfully with a governance board. PSN works closely with a range of external partners, and you will be confident influencing broadly including with government officials, Ministers, other NGOs, iwi and the media.
Working with our experienced senior leaders, your own leadership style must empower and grow them and their teams. You will be a champion for flexibility, openness and inclusion, staff safety and well-being – and your decision-making will be values-led.
A key part of the role is to co-develop with tangata whenua and our kaimahi Māori ways of working that embed te ao Māori. You will bring an understanding of, and commitment to, Te Tiriti o Waitangi.
Applications close on Monday 22nd August 2022 at 5pm.
We know that a diverse and inclusive team helps us meet the needs of our clients, and we welcome candidates from every ethnicity, national origin, gender identity, age, and those with a disability.