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Fundraiser – HELP AND SAVE CHILDREN’s LIVES

UNICEF Auckland Retail / Sales Paid position(Know your rights) $18.80 per hour Positive & friendly attitude is key ! And a bit of sales experience is ideal!

This is a great opportunity to join Unicef NZ for an enthusiastic person to actively contribute raising funds that support Unicef’s life-changing work. This is a fantastic opportunity for those who love to talk, have a background in fundraising, sales or customer service. On a daily basis, you will be approaching the public, building relationships and inspiring people to commit to on-going donations. Lots of Fun! You will work as part of a friendly and committed team who inspire a philosophy of giving. This role requires an energetic, hard-working , well-organized and friendly person to make a difference every day ! What we offer ? This is a full time role from Monday to Friday, available in Auckland and around New Zealand (free accommodation if travelling around NZ). We are NOT commission based. You will be paid on a full time weekly wage of $750. This position comes with great benefits and an opportunity to develop your skills in a dynamic and well-known company. Working at UNICEF says special things about you, so, if you think you can make a huge difference at UNICEF, click APPLY TODAY!

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