Part-time team leader for Telemarketing in UNICEF Denmark
Do you want to kick-start your career as a manager, and do you thrive in a position where you have responsibility for both well-being and results? Then you might be our new part-time team leader in UNICEF Denmark.
UNICEF Denmark is the world’s largest children’s organization, and we work every day to help children and young people in vulnerable positions. Our important work depends on voluntary contributions, which is why our Telemarketing department is currently looking for a team leader to help motivate and train our talented fundraisers.
You will work closely with the department’s other team leaders, and together you will be responsible for the day-to-day operations and the department’s results. It is your task to lead and train the team of fundraisers so that they have the motivation and skills to inspire the Danes to support UNICEF Denmark with monthly contributions. Furthermore, you will gain experience with personnel management, operational tasks and recruitment, since as a team leader you must hold job interviews, take part in difficult conversations and continuously support the team’s well-being and results.
- You are used to working results-oriented and are motivated by objectives.
- You are present, clear and energetic.
- You are stable, responsible and can see yourself in the position for at least 1 year.
- It is an advantage, but not a requirement, that you have experience with personnel management, fundraising and/or telemarketing.
- A part-time position with a salary of DKK 180/hour.
- Individual development of you as a manager, as well as training in our fundraising philosophy and strategy.
- A young working environment where there is room for both innovative thinking and creative ideas.
- In-depth insight into UNICEF’s important work around the world.
- Social events, interesting lectures, Friday bar etc.
- Health insurance, coffee/tea and fruit scheme.
Working hours and place:
UNICEF Denmark has an office in Copenhagen NV, and it is from here that you must help lead and inspire our fundraisers.
The working hours are 15-20 hours per week, and the hours are placed between 08.30 – 21.00. The working hours are set in a shift schedule, and you are expected to take a minimum of 2 evening shifts per week.
If you have any questions, you are welcome to contact Acquisition and Personnel Manager, Gustav Eik Thur at the email address: email@example.com
Would you like to be considered for the position of Team Leader?
Then send us your CV and a motivated application via the “apply” button as soon as possible and no later than June 1, 2023. In the motivated application, we hope that you will describe how you will coach the team of fundraisers and how you will bring your professional and personal skills in play in connection with this.
We hold interviews on an ongoing basis and hire when we have found our new colleague.
We look forward to reading your application and hope that you can start as soon as possible.
UNICEF is the organization that all the world’s countries have put in the lead to ensure that children survive and manage in life. UNICEF works for all the world’s children, however, with a special focus on children and young people in vulnerable positions. The framework is the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, and the entire effort is dependent on voluntary contributions. UNICEF is the children’s voice in government offices, their helping hand wherever they live and their life-saving emergency aid provider during the worst wars and disasters. We save children’s lives from the time they are inside their mother’s womb until their adulthood begins. For more information visit www.unicef.dk.
UNICEF Denmark works to create space for diversity in the workplace. We therefore encourage everyone – regardless of ethnic background, religion, disability, gender, sexual orientation and age – to apply for the position.
NB: Please note that only applications in Danish will be considered, as the position requires excellent Danish skills.