Situations Vacant

CAN operates using a mixture of volunteer roles and paid roles (staff or contract workers), as funding opportunities arise.

From time to time we will call for interest in specific opportunities and these will be listed here. However you're welcome to contact CAN any time if you feel your skills could help get more people on bikes more often.

 

Current Vacancies:

 

Membership Growth Manager

CAN needs a self-motivated, strategically-minded individual to create and drive our Membership Growth Strategy to nurture our support base and resources.

As our Membership Growth Manager you will utilise your skills and experience to work with the Cycling Action Network (CAN) to grow our membership base which will help bring to life CAN’s vision, purpose, and mission. You will manage requests from the Volunteer Manager, Management Executive Team (MET) and other staff as per the tasks that are assigned to you

For a written job description and further details please contact our Volunteer Manager williamh@can.org.nz

(winter 2017; voluntary post)

 

Web and online editor

Manage CAN's website, social media and newsletter (Chainlinks) content.

You'll be helping further CAN’s mission by ensuring our website is updated and engaging to users. You'll work with editors to ensure CAN’s regular newsletter Chainlinks is the best it can be, and that CAN’s social media potential is realised.

For a written job description and further details please contact our Volunteer Manager williamh@can.org.nz

(winter 2017; voluntary post)

 

Graphic and infographic designer

With a keen eye for design and colour and knowledge of common graphics applications you'll create convincing and inspiring designs and infographics for CAN's website, social media and newsletter (Chainlinks). 

For a written job description and further details please contact our Volunteer Manager williamh@can.org.nz

(winter 2017; voluntary post)

 

 

Recent Vacancies:

 

CAMPAIGN DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR (July 2016) - Share the Road Campaign

A part time role is available in the Share<--the-->road Campaign to successfully develop relationships with cycling groups around the country in order to encourage their participation in campaign activities. The contract period is for two years starting 1st August 2016, the number of hours per week is ;negotiable. The role will also involve communicating with all stakeholders and workshop/event participants past and present.

The hours are negotiable, there will be travel required within New Zealand for this role. Applications will close on August 10th.

For the job description, please go here.

If you are interested, please email me at jobs@can.org.nz and let me know why you think you are the person best suited to the role.

Thank you kindly.

Richard Barter

Manager Share<--the-->road Campaign

 

Contact information:

For more information or to express an interest in any of the advertised roles, please contact Graeme Lindup or any of the CAN Committee members.

 

FUND RAISING CO-ORDINATOR (March 2016)

CAN and many of its local groups require on-going funding for their regular activities and for specific projects. The Fundraising Co-ordinator provides practical help in obtaining this funding and provides information and advice to members on funding applications and fundraising.  A full description of the role and what this entails can be found here.

TECHNICAL ADVISOR (March 2016)

Having access to up-to-date and accurate technical information is important for CAN's advocacy. It helps to give our submissions and meetings credibility and influence. The Technical Advisor helps to provide this information.  A full description of the role and what this entails can be found here.

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