Rotary Oceania Medical Aid for Children (ROMAC) is looking for a NZ Operations Manager.  ROMAC is a key programme providing life-saving and dignity-restoring treatment to children from Oceania developing countries.  This programme spans Australia and NZ and between 20 and 30 children are referred here (mostly to Starship hospital) annually.  We are looking for an Operations Manager, who is a Rotarian, to join our volunteer team, mostly based in Auckland.  Their primary role is to organise and manage the logistics of getting patients (and their carer) from the Pacific islands to NZ for treatment. This includes obtaining and managing passport, visa and immigration requirements, travel documentation and ROMAC documentation.  This role is part of the NZ Regional Committee with members who are supportive and have roles integral to the Operations Manager role.  Generally, this requires a commitment of between 7 and 14 hours per week, occasionally longer when uploading data into the ROMAC database and reporting.  If you are a Rotarian looking for a way to contribute directly to Rotary objectives and are interested in finding out more about this position, please email NZ Region Chair Glenys Parton at for a Role Description.