Business Development Facilitator
Dayspring Trust specialises in Maternal well-being and has been in operation for 40 years in West Auckland. We are seeking funds to expand our service offering into other parts of Auckland as we know there is a gap in the community.
Initially the role is to connect with Chief Executives or company owners and arrange for our CEO to meet with them to explore their interest in supporting our organisation and their employees in their roles as parents.
In return for their financial support we can offer parenting classes to their staff and to support their mothers returning from maternity leave, we can offer specialised counselling. We can also look to tailor specific solutions for their needs. This offers an opportunity to assist them in fulfilling their Health and Safety responsibilities that supports the wellness of their employees and benefits the culture of their company. In return this will help us raise funds to grow our services to meet the ever increasing need in our communities.
The potential to expand this role will exist for the right person.
Experience in communicating with major corporates and business at the highest level in a commercial environment.
- Extensive Corporate Network
- Excellent oral communication skills;
- Be influential in a professional environment;
- Organised and motivated self-starter;
- Internet searching skills advantageous;
- Work can be performed from the volunteer’s home.
To Apply: Please email Melissa (firstname.lastname@example.org) with a cover letter stating why you would like to be involved with our organisation and a CV.
6 months commitment is desirable. Timing is flexible but work will generally be done during working hours. Initially 2-5 hours per week is envisaged. Participation in some external meetings as relevant. For someone that has an extensive corporate network, we do not envision this taking more an a few hours a week.
The first step is to express your interest by filling out the form below. We will then put you in touch directly with the organisation for more information on the role and how to proceed.