Project Jonah is managed by a committee of passionate and experienced individuals who selflessly give up their time to help our cause. They are responsible for the Strategy and Governance of our organisation, ensuring our activities are performed safely and continue to be meaningful for the marine mammals we love, respect and act to protect.
From time to time personal circumstances change, and individual members move on. As of November 2020, we are seeking potential candidates for a few available roles. In the past we have recommended people are based in Auckland, however, post-lockdown, we will consider people from across New Zealand. If you believe your professional skills or personal experience will assist in moving Project Jonah forward on our path, then please reach out to us. We'd love to meet you and discuss the organisation and roles in greater depth.
- Responsible for governance and strategy. Committee members do not necessarily need a deep knowledge of marine mammals, however they will be expected to support the objectives of Project Jonah, bring credibility and goodwill to the organisation and work in the best interests of Project Jonah, partner organisations, individuals and marine mammals. The role description can be viewed here
- Not only a committee member with the responsibilities above, but also tasked with the administration of the committee meetings and Annual General Meeting. These tasks include; recording minutes, arranging meetings, other related tasks. The role description can be viewed here
To apply for any of these roles please send your nomination (or CV) and a cover letter telling us about your skills and experience to: firstname.lastname@example.org
no later than Friday 20th November 2020.