Dogwood - Door-to-door Fundraisers, term contract
Date posted: July 11, 2022
Closing date: Aug 7, 2022
Salary: $21-$23/hr, depending on experience; plus a results based bonus structure
Working Hours: Part-time 15-20 hours/week
Job type: Three available positions, four month term contract. Temporary position exempt from union bargaining unit.
Desired start date: September 12th, 2022
Location: Lekwungen Territory - Victoria, B.C.
Dogwood is launching a new door-to-door fundraising team and we’re looking for three passionate and outgoing people to kick off our new program in Victoria. You’ll be engaging with the community to educate, advocate and obtain monthly and one-time donations to support Dogwood’s campaigns. This is a flexible position where the weekly hours can be adapted to fit around most school schedules or any other commitments that you might have. Fundraising team members will get to engage with local residents and connect them with supporting action on climate change and upholding Indigenous rights.
As part of our team, you’ll expand your career experience as you:
To be considered for this position, you need to:
Additional Experience and Skills
Other personal strengths, knowledge, lived experience, training or aptitudes in these areas would be considered additional assets for the role and we encourage you to highlight them in your application:
Dogwood is an independent, non-partisan, non-profit organization working in the unceded Indigenous territories known as British Columbia.
Dogwood brings people together to transform our democracy, uphold Indigenous rights and defend the climate, land and water that sustain life in B.C.
Our supporters, volunteers, donors and staff value people, the environment, justice and democracy. These shared values shape the beliefs that drive the organization:
Dogwood can’t succeed alone. Our organization is part of broader movements for social change and climate justice. We believe Dogwood has a unique role to play in changing the balance of power in B.C. through political organizing.
People at Dogwood share a long-term vision of a society that is democratized, decolonized and decarbonized. Where our commitments to each other and the place we live have made B.C. an inspiring example for others.
How to Apply
Interested candidates should submit an online application at https://dogwoodbc.ca/petitions/hiring-door-fundraisers/. We are trying this as a way to make our hiring process more equitable. It helps to simplify and anonymize the initial screening, hopefully respecting the time of both applicants and our staff. You may copy and paste from your resume, CV, LinkedIn profile or other documents. We are also happy to accept application statements in written, audio or video form.
No phone calls to our office, please. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. The process for this position will include a survey of long-listed candidates, possible phone interviews of short-listed candidates, and interviews of finalists. The hiring committee aims to make a hiring decision by Sept 6th, 2022.
Dogwood is committed to becoming a workplace where people of diverse identities, backgrounds and abilities want to work and feel safe working. We encourage all qualified applicants to apply including Black, Indigenous and people of colour; and people of all gender identities and abilities. Dogwood strives not to discriminate based on race, nationality, ethnicity, religion, political belief, age, gender, sexual orientation or class.
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