Board Services Advisory Support
- Grow your administrative and consulting skills in a professional evolving business
- Support your team, board and clients
- Be part of a professional and a fun team culture
In this entry level role you will provide administrative support to our Board Services consultancy team while also providing consultancy support to clients.
About the organisation
The Institute of Directors (IoD) is a membership-based organisation committed to raising the standard of governance in all areas of New Zealand business and society. The IoD promotes excellence in corporate governance, represents directors’ interests and facilitates their professional development through a range of services and governance courses. With a vibrant branch structure and over 8,500 members, the IoD is one of New Zealand’s most influential professional bodies.
About the role
Our Board Services team provide consultancy services spanning recruitment, remuneration, board evaluation, boardroom training and general advisory services. The team have successfully grown the business hence this opportunity.
You’ll provide administrative support to the team freeing them to focus on revenue generating activity. In addition to this though, as your knowledge base increases and your confidence with it, you’ll find yourself more frequently involved in consultancy services to both our members and client base.
A snapshot of tasks includes: responding to incoming client queries; the set up and administration of our online surveys; loading director vacancies and liaising with clients through the process; assisting our REM Advisor with some market research; short and longlisting of candidates for vacancies. There is the mundane too – following up debtors, packaging materials for training sessions. It’s an environment in which you’ll necessarily multi-task.
Whether a recent graduate or someone looking for the next step in their career you are keen to learn, you’re adaptable and absolutely client centric. Attention to detail, superb communication skills and a passion for customer service are things you’d count as strengths. Importantly, you are someone who rolls their sleeves up and pitches in to help your team out in any way your able to.
You’ll have some commercial acumen, the ability to critique and filter information and the confidence to contribute ideas to the team. Shown how you pick things up quickly and work autonomously.
How to apply
Sound of interest? We hope so. Please forward your CV and expression of interest to Robbie McDougall at Robbie.McDougall@iod.org.nz or for further details contact Robbie McDougall, Delivery Manager on 021 505 236.