Internship (Voluntary) Campaign Logistics Unit Internship
Who we are:
We have an exciting opportunity for an intern in the Greenpeace NZ Campaign Logistics Unit! We are a busy team, delivering a wide array of powerful activities and events throughout the year. The role of the logistics unit is to organise and implement implement any out-of-office activities that help achieve our campaign goals.
The GPNZ office has a high appetite for out of office activities and, where possible, experimenting with ways in which we can ‘open them up’ as an organisation.
What we need:
The right person will quickly become an integral part of the unit. An eager, pragmatic person with a can-do attitude, the successful candidate will get stuck-in working across a variety of campaigns with an exciting array of responsibilities.
Is this you?
• Excited about anything to do with warehouse equipment, such as boats, climbing equipment, vehicles, polar bear costumes, banner making, prop building etc.
• Keen to support the preparation and implementation of trainings, including inflatable boats and climbing
• Interested in assisting with any logistical needs that arise
• Willing to work outside the standard office environment and hours including long and consecutive working days on occasion with ability to travel nationally
• Meticulously organised about inventory stock, a tidy work space and maintaining our databases
• Committed to a long term involvement with the Greenpeace NZ
What you’ll get in return:
All of our interns will work closely with managers who have experience and vital skills to learn from. We expect a high standard of commitment, professionalism and a positive attitude from our interns. In return we organise a work-station, regular lunch catch-ups with the other interns and the opportunity for professional development. This is an unpaid internship.
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