Volunteer Events Administration Assistant – Charlestown

CCNSW Diversity and Inclusion Statement

Cancer Council NSW is an inclusive place to volunteer and work. We embrace diversity, celebrate our differences and inspire everyone to be authentic at work. As we strive to represent the communities we serve, we actively welcome and encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and other diverse groups. Therefore, if you need adjustments to submit your application, please contact us.

Role overview:

This role provides general administrative assistance to the local community office as well as specific support during fundraising events. Campaigns such as Do it For Cancer, Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea and The Longest Day Golf Challenge, which are major fundraisers for the Cancer Council.

The Events Administration Assistant undertakes administrative duties including writing and sending letters, answering telephones, preparing and distributing information packages, entering data into a database and on-site assistance during events.

Main responsibilities include:

• General administrative duties including customer service, receiving, postage, filing of documents, preparation of certificates and fundraising information packages.
• Social media management.
• Database management with an internal CRM. This includes entering data, running reports, and updating records.
• Maintain adequate supplies for events, as required.
• On-site support and assistance for events.
• Contribute to process improvement.
• Make outbound calls to event attendees and cold calling companies.
• Design marketing materials as needed.
• Liaise with key internal and external stakeholders.
• Manage the return of event documents and materials.
• Arrange equipment and/or materials to help with fundraising and awareness, if needed.
• Manage event documentation.
• Maintain a good knowledge of Cancer Council NSW fundraising guidelines.

Our ideal volunteer will have:

• Experience working in an office environment.
• Demonstrated skills in social media administration and management.
• Excellent communication and time management skills and exceptional attention to detail.
• User-friendly and pleasant manner with a neat presentation.
• Ability to use the Microsoft Office package, in particular Outlook, Word and Excel.
• Ability to quickly learn new computer systems and adhere to established data entry standards.
• Common sense and spirit of initiative.
• Ability to work independently as well as in a team.
• Pleasant telephone behavior.
• Flexibility and availability to attend Cancer Council and third-party fundraising events, if needed.

Benefits of the role for the volunteer:

• Support cancer patients and their families
• Volunteer for a great organization working for a cancer-free future
• Make a real difference for local populations affected by cancer
• Excellent networking opportunity
• Access to our benefits including a 15% discount at our retail stores across NSW, exclusive health insurance benefits and much more.

Key values ​​for volunteers:

Our values ​​influence the work we do and the way we work with our colleagues and with our community.

• Innovation – Seek and adopt the best
• Accountability – Being accountable for our results and resources
• Courage: speak up and get involved
• Collaboration – Working together to achieve our goals

How to register:

Why wait! Apply online by going to our WEBSITE (Cancer Council NSW) and submit your cover letter and CV!

Link to apply: Volunteer (cancercouncil.org.au)

For further information regarding this role, please contact Gemma Pedri, Community Relations Coordinator, on 02 4923 0702.

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