Job title: Telefundraiser
Location: work from home
Job type: Contractor – part-time/flexi-time
Telefund NZ currently requires a part-time/flexi-time contractor. Your main task will be calling people on behalf of several charities and inspiring them to make a difference.
This is a self-employed contractor role for the next one-three months. You will be working 10-25 hours a week from home. Days and times are flexible, so you can plan your other daily commitments around this. However, you will be expected to commit to a couple of evenings a week and alternate weekends.
A warm, engaging, empathetic and persuasive phone manner is the key to this role. You must be disciplined, driven to succeed and have a distraction-free environment. Sales or call centre experience is a must with proven results.
• Very clear and concise verbal communication
• Confidence approaching people for charitable donations
• Ability to handle rejection
• Ability to follow instructions
• Ability to work to targets
• Modern laptop/computer with USB ports
• Have a workspace in your home
• Great admin skills
• Data entry skills
• Excel or other spreadsheet basics
• Skype set-up and ready to go on your laptop/computer
This is a great job with flexible hours – apply now!
To join-us email your CV to email@example.com
Whittaker’s has turned the chocolate world upside down with its new innovative new Peanut Butter and Jelly 250g Block.
Whittaker’s co-chief operating officer, Holly Whittaker, says having more than one filling in a block is a first for Whittaker’s and something a bit different from the way other chocolate flavour combinations are produced.
Recently named the Reader’s Digest Most Trusted Brand for the tenth consecutive year, Whittaker’s also celebrates its 125th anniversary this year. It will be available for a limited time only in supermarkets nationwide from Monday June 21.
Are you going to try it and are there any other flavours you would like to see combined into one block?
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Smoked warehou, gemfish, kahawai
Fresh fish pies, Chowders, fishcakes.
The latest edition of SuperSeniors is out now!
In this issue, we profile one of the unsung heroes of the Elder Abuse Response Service (EARS) and learn more about the help the service offers.
We also chat with Dr Doug Wilson, 2021 Senior New Zealander of the Year Te Mātāpuputu o te Tau, and Andrea Gaskin, Director and Founder of charity organisation Connect the Dots, about how she’s making the art scene in Auckland accessible to seniors.
There’s advice on how to eat healthy, how to get tech savvy, and updated laws for renters and landlords.
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