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The National Foundation for Deaf and Hard of Hearing is an established and trusted charity that advocates for hearing wellbeing. 

Our offices are based in the bustling suburb of Parnell, where our small hardworking team delivers programmes and services that help to support our community nationwide.

Community Partnership Administrator



Throughout the year, we continue to need help with a range of different administration tasks:

  • School Hearing Screening Programme - keep on top of our Make Listening Safe school packs

  • Thank You Cards - handwriting lovely thank you messages to all our wonderful donors

  • Xmas Cards – handwriting lovely Xmas messages to our wonderful regular givers

  • Data Entry - assisting our Telemarketing and Communication teams with entering different types of data base information


These tasks aren't super hard, we provide clear instructions/training on what needs doing. Our offices are located in Parnell, which is nice and close to public transport, with on-street parking available too.


Our volunteers help is needed during the day (not needed in the evenings) and we work in with you around your availability.  Weekly help is needed at the moment, but as administration tasks lessen, we just call/email you to see how you're placed to assist us.

Applicants for these volunteer roles must have the right to work in New Zealand

Sound like you? Contact Shirley (HR Advisor) at to express your interest.

About us

We are an established and trusted charity that advocates for the Deaf and hard of hearing community. The Foundation help people to transform their lives through access to timely diagnosis, support, hearing healthcare, and rehabilitation. We also help our community by creating programmes and campaigns that help to foster accessibility and Deaf awareness in schools, workplaces and in public spaces throughout New Zealand.


About the role

We are seeking new team members to join our fantastic telemarketing team. Ideally, you would be someone who loves engaging with people and is passionate about chatting with our friendly donor community. 


Your ability to build rapport over the phone and get our donors excited about making a difference for the Deaf and hard of hearing community will be the key to your success. 


This role is for 20 hours per week, working Monday to Friday from 4.00pm – 8.00pm, no weekend work required. We provide full training, and you will have the backing of a supportive team. You must have a dedicated home office space setup away from distractions and have the drive to succeed. 


You will need to possess the following experience and attributes:

  • Previous experience in a call centre (requirement)

  • Experience working for “not for profit” organisation or similar sector

  • Computer savvy

  • Thrive on learning new systems and processes

  • Brilliant and unbeatable people skills

  • A positive, can-do attitude

  • Sound judgement and calm level-headedness

  • Strong administration skills

  • Team player

  • Impeccable time management


About you:

  • Clear telephone manner

  • Highly organised & professional

  • High attention to detail

  • Can work unsupervised, as well as part of a team

  • Computer literacy

  • Strong communication skills


Be part of a charity and team who is passionate about their community and driven to making a difference to lives of the Deaf and hard of hearing community in New Zealand.


If you are legally entitled to work in New Zealand, and believe you have the skills and attributes listed above, take the first step in becoming part of the NFDHH team - apply today by emailing you cover letter & CV to

Programme & Communications Coordinator

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About us

The National Foundation for the Deaf promotes the rights, interests, and welfare of over 880,000 New Zealanders with hearing loss, supported by a highly regarded membership base of consumer and professional hearing-health organisations.


The Foundation's vision is a world where hearing and listening is valued; the consequences of hearing loss are understood; people with hearing disorders and disability can lead fulfilling lives; and the impact of hearing loss is reduced through access to treatments, technology, and social support.


About the Role

We are searching for a motivated individual with excellent interpersonal skills who enjoys working in a dynamic and fast-moving environment. This opportunity could be your chance to be part of a passionate charity that is all about supporting our Deaf & Hard of Hearing community through knowledge.


As the Programme & Communications Coordinator, your role will be to provide support to the Community & Partnerships Manager to deliver all programmes effectively including the School Screening and Make Listening Safe Programme, Workplace Accreditation Programme, workshops, events and the like.


You will need to be self-motivated, technologically savvy, energetic, highly organised, able to think on your feet, someone who is proactive at problem-solving and an excellent communicator. You will need to be a “people’s person” comfortable with fostering positive and collaborative relationships along with being proficient and comfortable with preparing various forms of communication for social media channels, websites, and other printed collateral.

We are a friendly and passionate team, with our offices located in Auckland. This role is permanent, 40 hours per week, Monday to Friday. We offer a flexible remote working environment.

To succeed in this role, you:

  • Ideally, have at least 2+year office administration and/or experience in a similar role

  • Have experience writing various forms of communication and possess social media expertise.

  • Are able to cope under pressure and can multitask.

  • Have the ability to work well within a team environment and autonomously

  • Possess excellent communication skills, both written and verbal

  • Pride yourself on your great people skills and have a warm, can-do, and positive attitude

  • Have a strong work ethic with a high attention to detail

  • Are technically savvy, and proficient in Word, PowerPoint and Excel, as well as comfortable managing social media platforms.

  • Are resilient, with the ability to work in a fast-paced environment where no two days are the same

All applicants will be required to provide proof of their eligibility to work in New Zealand. The successful applicant will need to hold a full class 1 driver’s licence.


If this sounds like you and you want to be part of our team, apply now by emailing your cover letter & CV to

Donor Relations Officer - Work from Home

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