11 Apr 2019

Full-Time Community Fundraiser

Cancer Society Wellington Division –  Wellington City, Wellington

Job Description

Are you an outgoing, experienced fundraiser keen to work with one of New Zealand’s top charities? The Cancer Society of New Zealand – Wellington Division, is seeking a Community Fundraiser who will ensure the Cancer Society’s community fundraising portfolio can be counted on as a key source of revenue to deliver on our mission – to reduce the incidence and impact of cancer in our community.

This role will coach and steward peer-to-peer fundraisers to achieve and exceed their fundraising targets, as well as cultivate new relationships with businesses, community organisations, and influential individuals to support a year-round peer-to-peer fundraising portfolio, including Relay For Life, Daffodil Day, Walking Stars, Brave the Shave, and more. This is a quickly growing portfolio and a great opportunity for a motivated candidate to make their mark.

2-3 years fundraising experience including events or corporate partnerships and an understanding of peer to peer fundraising is required. You will need to have strong sales or customer service skills and be an engaging and friendly individual, as well as highly motivated and a team player. Comfort speaking on the phone and in front of audiences essential.

This role is a full time role, based in Newtown, Wellington, with a salary range of circa $60k.

How to Apply

Please email a covering letter and CV to Nick Beaudoin at [email protected] to apply.

Applications close on Friday, 26 April.

Job Categories: Fundraising. Job Types: Full-Time. Salaries: On application.
Closes April 26, 2019

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