Careers

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Our work includes everything from international development projects to finance, communications, advocacy, fundraising, and research. Are you ready to work for the world's leading international children's charity? Join tens of thousands of UNICEF staff changing the lives of children everywhere.

If you’re interested in joining the team at UNICEF Aotearoa, take a look at our current job vacancies below.

Please note: UNICEF Aotearoa does not recruit either paid or volunteer staff for UNICEF postings overseas.

Current Vacancies

  • Community and Events Fundraising Manager

    Your role will be to collaborate with the Head of Individual Giving to map out a multiyear community and events fundraising strategy and plan. As a result of this, you will achieve the goal of engaging New Zealanders as supporters, advocates, and fundraisers of UNICEF Aotearoa.

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  • Digital Development Lead

    UNICEF Aotearoa NZ is looking for an experienced Digital Development Lead to support the creation and implementation of UNICEF Aotearoa NZ’s digital strategy. In addition, the Digital Development Lead will take a leadership role in the maintenance and continuous improvement of our apps and services that are based on a heavily JavaScript (& TypeScript) stack, backed by PostgreSQL databases and Stripe for payments.

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  • Senior Media and Engagement Advisor

    Senior Media and Engagement Advisor is responsible for raising the profile of UNICEF Aotearoa through world class media and communications. Design effective media and communication strategies across PR, news, emergencies and corporate communications to support fundraising, advocacy and brand. Forge trusted relationships with media and key influencers and position UNICEF as a leader in child rights.

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  • Communications and Media Advisor

    Communications and Media Advisor supports colleagues across all media affairs functions and helps to raise the profile of UNICEF Aotearoa by creating compelling content to show the impact of UNICEF’s work for children. A focus on digital media channels and expanding reach across non-traditional news media.

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