Work with us

Help us help more New Zealanders use their money as a force for good.

We seek like-minded individuals with specific skills to support the work we do. Most KiwiSaver and investment funds profit from pollution and exploitation, with investments in sectors like weapons manufacturing, fossil fuel production, animal cruelty and human rights abuses. 83% of Kiwis don’t want their money in these damaging and unethical businesses and research shows that investors don’t need to sacrifice financial returns by investing ethically. Mindful Money is helping Kiwis get the information they need to switch for good. Good investment with good returns, good for people and good for our planet.

If there is not a specific role advertised that fits your skills, but you feel you have skills and time to offer, please get in touch: We would love to hear from you.

Administration Manager - volunteer role

We are looking for a volunteer Administration Manager to join our growing team. This is a highly varied and autonomous new role dedicated to supporting and enhancing the effectiveness of the overall team.

The location could be anywhere in New Zealand with work from home.

This role will work closely with the Operations Manager and Marketing Manager. Key responsibilities will vary from week to week and will encompass the following:

Marketing support such as:

  • Updating the Mindful Money website with new content (e.g. blogs, events)
  • Event planning and support
  • Contact management
  • Emailing network allies to enable co-support of events

Operations support such as:

  • HR administration and support
  • Data verification and management
  • Customer support

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