Archived St. John's Jobs

These St. John's jobs have been archived based on the closing date set by the originator. Please note that these jobs are only presented for interest – to give volunteers, nonprofit organizations, and site visitors an opportunity to see the types of jobs occurring in St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador.

Gallery Coordinator (Partakes)

Category: Creative and Design
Closed: April 30, 2018

A gallery coordinator for 5 to 10 hour a week.

Help organizing pieces

Updating social media

Updating website and salling site

Connecting with artists and creating and developing events and activities

Help secure funding for the project

Position might lead to a part or full time position

Telerecruiter (Part Time) (Heart & Stroke)

Category: Customer Support and Client Care
Closed: October 6, 2017

 

The Heart and Stroke Foundation is hiring part-time telerecruiters to call residential areas to recruit new volunteers to canvass in February for the Heart & Stroke Canvass.  You will act as an ambassador for the Foundation, encouraging potential canvassers to join the campaign and raise money for life-saving research.  And you will be thorough with tracking and recording call results and details.

Role Details:

Organization: Heart & Stroke Foundation

Location: 1037 Topsail Road

Position Title: Telerecruiter

Position Type: Part-time Contract

Contract Length:  September to January

Hours:  Part-time; {20 hour per week; weekday evenings + weekend days

 

Benefits:

  • Doing a job that really MAKES A DIFFERENCE
  • Joining a great team
  • Part-time job that can work around your work or school schedule
  • Build your resume, gaining Human Resources and sales skills
  • Training provided

About The Heart and Stroke Foundation:

Heart & Stroke leads the fight against heart disease and stroke. Powered by donors and volunteers, we fund life-saving research and help Canadians lead healthier lives.

Heart & Stroke is a health charity active in communities across the country. We are sustained by the commitment and generosity of more than 100,000(+) volunteers and more than 1.4 million donors.

 

The best antidote I know for worry is work. The best cure for weariness is the challenge of helping someone who is even more tired. One of the great ironies of life is this: He or she who serves almost always benefits more than he or she who is served.

Gordon B. Hinckley, Standing for Something: 10 Neglected Virtues That Will Heal Our Hearts and Homes