Work at CAPUpcoming job opportunities
Work at CAP and be part of making a difference for New Zealanders every day.
At CAP, we’re passionate about releasing families out of unmanageable debt and poverty – and giving them hope for the future.
That means we do things with compassion, generosity and professionalism. And, we have a good bit of fun along the way. But the best part? You’ll be playing a role in transforming Aotearoa, one precious life at a time!
If that gets you excited, check out the roles below and apply today!
Client Services Administrator
To best support New Zealanders in money chaos, CAP is transforming its Services. We’re seeking an experienced administrator to join the Client Services team for the next 12 months. You’ll take great care in providing the best possible service to clients – partnering with others to ensure clients are supported as they start their journeys out of unmanageable debt.
Head of IT
Income and Entitlements Coach
People & Culture Coordinator
As the People & Culture Coordinator, you’ll help to facilitate the best experience of mahi for CAP employees, by providing excellent administrative support and assistance to the People and Culture (“P&C”) team and wider organisation.
Be part of an exciting new 12-month project to identify innovative ways of connecting volunteers with people on a journey towards financial resilience. These wonderful volunteers are essential to the mahi of ending money chaos in Aotearoa. As the CAP Chaplain, you’ll provide the emotional, social and spiritual support needed for these new volunteers to successfully outwork their roles.
Digital Engagement Lead
Want to help CAP to meaningfully connect with audiences in CAP digital channels? You’ll get to delight audiences and encourage desired behaviours as you develop, maintain and measure ‘mana-affirming digital content’… in keeping with CAP’s client-centred brand direction!
Do you want to play a part in engaging Followers of Jesus in impactful volunteer opportunities? As Volunteer Manager you will be responsible for shaping and outworking a new volunteer strategy which focuses on volunteer engagement, training, and capability-building.
Play a key role in CAP’s partnership strategy. As Partnership Manager, you will ensure CAP’s services can be delivered sustainably and effectively across Aotearoa in partnership with locally-based partners, including churches, community organisations and social service providers.
Express interest in working at CAP
If we think you could be a match for a role we’re recruiting for in future, we’ll be in touch to invite you to apply.