Looking for a Senior Funds Advisor role in Auckland NZ?
- Central Auckland business, innovating & researching for over 30 years
- An academic mindset would be advantageous
- Transfer your relationship management skills, $78K + bonus & 5 weeks leave
For over 30 years this large research and development company has been the innovation broker between business and research specialists. This specialist division sits within the larger business and take pride in bringing ideas to life. They partner with the best minds in academia and business to apply intelligent thinking to ideas that have potential to change the world. Their commitment is to work alongside some of the country’s top thought leaders to make a difference to people’s lives.
The main objective of this role is to provide guidance, manage relationships and project manage the intricate and complex submission for funding process. Working with a collaborative style will complement the existing team, they are receiving applications from groups who are requesting funding for research and development. You’ll be responsible for liaising between academics and business to ensure that all information submitted is at a high standard and accurate. There is a compliance focus to this role, if you like dotting the i’s and crossing the t’s while getting the best possible outcome for the applicants then this is a fabulous opportunity.
If you are keen to be part of a team that is dedicated to working with customers to make a difference to people’s lives and where you can continue to develop your skills within an innovative business then look no further. Your strengths will lie in your ability to manage stakeholder relationships and expectations, work to deadlines, enjoy ensuring that detail is on point and that submissions and applications are correct and on time.
If you feel that your experience is in line with the outlined requirements and you like the sound of this unique and interesting opportunity then please apply with your resume online or email firstname.lastname@example.org