Site Project Manager needed to lead our exciting HQ Project!

Site Project Manager needed to lead our exciting HQ Project!

Site Project Manager needed to lead our exciting HQ Project!
Pest Free Kaipatiki Restoration Society

Estimated Time: 10 - 20 Hours Over 12 - 12 Months

The Kaipātiki Local Board has unanimously granted us the right to occupy part of Ross Reserve in Glenfield along with the old Glenfield Bowling Club building. This site and building will provide a community focal point for the community-led environmental work undertaken by PFK staff and volunteers. We are looking for a Project Manager to lead this project in order to allow our team to focus on restoring the natural biodiversity of Kaipātiki,

Working location

Site is based in Glenfield, North Shore, but meetings can be carried out virtually.

Proposed project steps with time estimates

We are looking for a voluntary part-time project manager to help lead this project to support the current Chair who has been the inspiration and driving force for the last 18 months.

This role would suit someone who has the necessary skills and would like to contribute to their community and to the local environment for a period of about 12 months to get construction and refurbishment well underway.

The Site Project Manager would be part of a project committee and would collaborate with the Fundraising Manager and be supported by a number of other volunteer roles as well as by the PFK manager and team.

If you have a good understanding of building projects, with great team and communication skills and have demonstrated project management experience. We would love to hear from you.

What We Have In Place

PFK is very fortunate in having the support of local building company Naylor Love who have already given generously of their time and skills to prepare the application for the building and to bring together resources and expertise at pro bono or heavily discounted rates. We have also sourced many other building experts that are willing to provide their expertise at pro bono. We have a detailed plan in place that could be discussed at our first meeting.

Pest Free Kaipatiki Restoration Society
Our vision is one where birds and other native wildlife flourish, and everyone works together to support our natural heritage
What we Do
Pest Free Kaipātiki is a community-led initiative initiated by the Kaipātiki Restoration Network in 2015. Working in collaboration with the Kaipātiki Local Board and other stakeholders to provide support for residents and volunteer groups, new groups are being established in bush reserves and other significant ecological areas.