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Work for the World’s largest Children’s Charity

UNICEF New Zealand Auckland / Nationwide Retail / Sales Accommodation + Pay(Know your rights) $19-$24 + Bonus Fundraising, Sales, Customer Service. Application with a strong passion for charity and excellent communication will also been welcomed!

UNICEF are the World’s largest Children’s charity activate in 190 countries. Our priorities include Child survival and development, basic education, gender equality and child protection.

We are looking for Fundraisers and Team Leaders to join our existing winning team.

What you will be doing:

As a fundraiser you will be working in different cities/towns or residential sites in Auckland or across New Zealand. You will be educating the public on the need for them to be part of helping children by donating monthly as a Global Parent.

Working at UNICEF:

We have some of the most experienced fundraising professionals in the industry. You will be joining a motivating and supportive environment. With world class training you we will be given the tools to become a successful fundraiser.

What you will receive:
*$19-$24 hourly plus bonuses
*Free Accommodation
*Opportunity to work & travel across New Zealand
*Immediate starts
*Daily training

If this sounds like the role you are looking for APPLY NOW by sending your c.v to recruitment@unicef.org.nz

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