Community Caller


Auckland or Wellington

Hours per week: 
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Applications close: 
Wednesday, October 28, 2020 - 17:00
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Are you someone who loves communicating with people about a shared passion for human rights?

Are you comfortable and confident about phoning new Amnesty advocates of all ages to explore how together we can have greater impact on human rights together?

Do you have a few hours a week (either during theday or evening) to commit to be part of a volunteer team of Community Callers for at least a year outreaching to people new to Amnesty Community?

Then I’d love to hear from you about how you can join me in supporting our fantastic community of youth advocates (up to 25 years old) and advocates (25+) to ensure they are aware of the action-taking opportunities we offer and how their skills and expertise can contribute to protecting human rights and changing people’s lives.

You will be part of a team of volunteer callers supporting the Community Manager and responsible forwelcoming and thanking volunteers who take action for human rights in their community. You will be making and documenting phone calls, sending follow-up emails and linking new advocates to where they can be most effective. Along the way,you will become expert at talking about Amnesty International, its campaigns, and action-taking teams and networks.

While training will be given, some IT-literacy including basic Excel skills, attention to detail and the ability to keep information confidential is required.

Community Callers will operate in either Auckland or Wellington offices.

Please note that you must be available to attendone all-day training session and meet other community callers at our offices on Sunday, 1 November 2020. We will cover reasonable transport costs to attend this training,where required.

To apply, please click on the link and submit your CV and cover letter explaining why you’d bethe perfect person for this volunteer role.

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