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Want to make a difference every day? Work for Oxfam!

Oxfam Auckland Hospitality / Service Paid position(Know your rights) $19.25-$24 per hour plus incentives! No experience required

Love to talk and meet new people? Tired of hospo?

Our team is growing rapidly! To keep up with this growth, we are currently recruiting for 5+ fundraisers (no experience necessary!) with passion, energy and drive to work for one of New Zealand’s biggest development and humanitarian charities, Oxfam.

As a fundraising superstar, your role is to inspire and encourage the public to donate to Oxfam by talking to them about our work and signing them up for a regular monthly gift.

We Want You!

* Excellent communication skills, ability to relate to people
* Love to talk and meet new people
* Great positive attitude
* Passion and drive to meet targets
* Want to make a difference every day to people in need
* Working holiday visas welcome

In Return

* Competitive hourly rate between $19.25 and $24 an hour plus incentives!
* IMMEDIATE STARTS available!
* Monday to Friday work with optional Saturdays if you want to boost your income
* Awesome team atmosphere
* Opportunities for progression – we’re looking for people to promote into management!
* Extensive training and ongoing support
* PAID TRAVEL around New Zealand (if you want it)
* Promotion opportunities through Oxfams AROUND THE WORLD!!

Join our Revolution and help to build a World Free From Poverty Now!!!

Applicants for this position should have a valid NZ work visa and be able to commit to a minimum of 3 months.

Contact employer for more details

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