The Hot Pink Walk is Coming! Wednesday 5th October 2022. Find out more on our Fundraising Page.

We're Hiring

Fundraising Co-ordinator

20-30 hours per week negotiable, permanent position, $30-$39 per hour

Do you get satisfaction from organising and overseeing multiple projects? Are you someone who likes to roll up your sleeves and get stuck in? Do you find that you go the extra mile to ensure that projects or events run as you intended them to whenever you can? Does seeing the results of your efforts give you a thrill of satisfaction?

Does communicating and influencing come easily to you? Do you enjoy meeting new people and building your networks?

If this sounds like you, then this role could be just what you’re looking for.

Breast Cancer Support Service Tauranga Trust is seeking to employ a Fundraising Co-ordinator – someone who will co-ordinate our established fundraising calendar of 4 annual events; grow our donor base and enjoy engaging with technology to communicate effectively. There’s also opportunity to bring your own ideas to fruition – something you will love if you enjoy innovating.

You will be someone who wants their work to align with their own values; you will enjoy the flexibility of hours and a ‘working from home’/office mix.

Your work/life experience could have included events management, fundraising, marketing and or project management. You need to be living in Aotearoa and have a legal right to work here.

If you’re still reading, explore our website to learn more about us; then check out the Job Description for this role and consider an application.

Applications close Sunday 4th December.

Apply by submitting your CV and a cover letter to manager@breastcancerbop.org.nz

Our Purpose

To actively provide emotional and practical support to people in Tauranga who have had a breast cancer diagnosis, their whānau and supporters.

The Outcomes we seek

To enhance wellbeing, safety and quality of life for those with a breast cancer diagnosis and their whānau.

To ensure those with a breast cancer diagnosis are not socially isolated, but are connected and engaged.

"I had great family and friends for support and a wonderful partner, was dealing with my cancer through that support and a very positive attitude. In saying this I think the support and information that you put out is amazing.”

“I received the full understanding that I went for. I cannot thank you enough and as I said earlier I should have made contact straight after my first operation.” 

“It was huge for me to be able to open up and be completely honest with myself and take ownership of how I was feeling and not be embarrassed or ashamed. I was allowed to say it.”

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