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Are you our part-time Admin/Marketing superstar?

Do you have keen attention to detail and love to learn? Do you geek out on systems management and organisation? Love connection to nature? Believe in our Kaupapa? And have a strong can-do approach for our small startup? Then we are looking for you!

Description of the role

1. Commitment

Part-time contractor role of 2 hours/week, to be completed on Monday and Fridays. Potential for hours to increase in 2023.

2. Compensation and benefits

· $25/hour

· Opportunity for voluntary attendance in various deep nature programmes.

3. Responsibilities

This role works closely with the Founder/Director of Bush Farm Education to complete routine administrative tasks and undertake regular promotions of our programmes. While most of the material and templates for this role are already in place, we would love someone to dot the ‘i’s and cross the ‘t’s, and to ensure that people who contact us get amazing service.

Each week

· Attending to inbox and answering any basic questions.

· Administrative onboarding of new clients.

· Systems management.

· Other administrative tasks as they arise.


· Formatting and proofreading policies.


· Updating our website (Wix)

· Marketing holiday programmes to schools, social media groups, and others.

· Administration associated with our Trust (Kiwibank, charities register etc.).

· Typing and filing meeting minutes.


· Updating Welcome Packs (Canva).

One-off or occasionally

· Systems management for Google Drive and Google Mail.

· Integrating Humantix into Wix.

· Updating all current policies with Bush Farm Trust logo (and updated information)

Does this sound like you?

Please email Katie your CV and cover letter with why you'd love to work with us by 23rd October 2023.


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