As long as leprosy afflicts individuals and communities, we are committed to doing all we can to break its power and impact.
Are you looking for a role that is interesting, meaningful and rewarding?
Are you skilled at building lasting relationships with supporters?
Do you want to be part of the team that finally ends leprosy?
Then this is the role for you…
The Leprosy Mission is a professional and effective team focused on continually improving everything we do in order to change the lives of some of the most marginalised people on earth who are affected by leprosy.
In order to develop close relationships with our wonderful supporters, we are seeking that special person to join our Supporter Services Team focussing on Regular Giving and Outbound Supporter Engagement. You will be someone with strong database administration skills who also loves to connect with supporters to inform them about the work they are enabling while offering them opportunities to increase their support. You will be supported in your career development by a highly effective team who enjoy working together.
You will have a naturally outgoing and consultative approach towards your work and your colleagues, and you will be a positive influence in the way you communicate with supporters, partners, community groups, and staff team members. You will also have a strong empathy with the vision, mission and values of the Leprosy Mission New Zealand.
Applicants for this position must have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa. Please note that the nature of our work requires the highest standards of professional and personal behaviour with pre-employment checking as summarised in the position description.
If you believe you’re just the person we’re looking for, please tell us why in your cover letter to be sent with your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date for applications is Friday 6th December 2019. Please note applications will be assessed as they are received.
The Leprosy Mission is a global Christian international development organisation that cures, cares for and restores people affected by leprosy with the ambitious goal of zero leprosy transmission by 2035.