Published 10 July 2016
Working with other team members, Campaign Managers and Committee, your key objectives will be to help develop creative outreach activities and actions designed to increase supporters and public awareness of animal rights and to also increase ALV’s supporter base. The development and coordination of a volunteer database is also a crucial part of this position.
You will also assist in the daily running of the ALV office. This includes administrative duties when required. You will also be required to support our Vegan Abolitionist Statement of Purposes;
Predominately this role will work across a Monday-Friday roster but will include Saturdays where required.
Experience in the administration of social media and a proactive personality would be a distinct advantage.
If this sounds like you and you want to be a part of a dynamic, motivated team please forward your resume and cover letter to:
Applications Close: Sunday 24th July 2016
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Outreach And Volunteer Coordinator
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