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ARE YOU A SALES SUPERSTAR? BECOME A FUNDRAISER!UNICEF New Zealand Wellington / Wellington Retail / Sales Paid position(Know your rights) $20.60 p/h + weekly bonus potential sales and/or fundraising
At UNICEF we help kids be kids. But we can’t do it on our own. We need you!
UNICEF is the world’s largest children’s charity, it is our mission to protect children and help give them a brighter future. As a fundraiser you will be out on the streets or going door to door to talk to people about the problems that children face today. We have two teams in Wellington, a door to door team and a street team. It will be your job to educate them about the difference UNICEF makes, inspire them to make a difference and encourage them to sign up to monthly donations.
As a UNICEF fundraiser you’ll be making a massive difference to the lives of millions of children. You will join diverse teams on streets, residential areas and occasionally shopping malls. Our roaming teams live in holiday homes and travel to a different destination weekly, all travel and accommodation are paid for!
The money that you help us raise will provide clean water, medication, shelter and education to children everywhere.
In return you will get
an amazing opportunity to visit one of our UNICEF projects abroad
paid $20 per hour
plus weekly performance bonuses & incentives
free accommodation and travel around New Zealand as part of the travel team
constant training, coaching and development
to work with a lively and sociable team
to work in a fun environment
full time hours Monday – Friday 9am – 6pm
So, who are we looking for?
have a driving licence
are confident & love talking
are passionate about children’s lives
are driven to meet targets
are Energetic with a positive attitude
are Fluent in English
can commit to a minimum of three months
have sales experience
Then this could be the perfect job for you!
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