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Project Administrator: Customer relationships

Job details

Indian Ink Theatre Company
10 Aug 2021
National, Auckland
Work type
Full time employment, Fixed Term
Work classification
Management & Admin, Performing Arts


Indian Ink is one of New Zealand's most loved theatre companies. We create and tour original plays throughout Aotearoa and around the world to great acclaim. Over 25 years we've developed a loyal audience and committed group of funders and donors. Now we're looking for a Project Administrator:  Customer relationships to help us strengthen those relationships.

You'll provide the organisation and administration that supports the senior members of our team to fundraise and generate new revenue. You'll be a key part of a project to improve our systems and processes and better manage the data that enables us to stay close to our customers. There will also be some event planning required.

The work is varied with plenty of opportunities for you to make a difference. We're looking for someone who is organised and accurate, who enjoys detail and loves implementing things.

This is a full-time, fixed term contract from September 2021 to the end of 2022 with flexible hours and work from home options available.

We offer a warm, collegial environment, working closely with a small team who are passionate about what we do. 

How to apply

Please email your CV and covering letter to our General Manager, Jude Froude at by 5pm on Tuesday 10 August 2021.

All applicants must have the legal right to work in New Zealand.

Written by

Indian Ink Theatre Company

21 Jul 2021

Indian Ink Theatre Company is one of New Zealand’s most successful theatre companies with a reputation for “total theatre which offers humanity and psychological insight in a package of good plain laughs, luminous performances and brilliant staging” (Dominion Post, NZ).