The Volunteer crew work in five streams: marketing-comms (who run our website, and digital comms), operations (who run the ship), CSR + advisory (academics and professionals who pull together and review our content on CSR), development (who work on our database of community projects), and the activists/consultants (who are consultants in their own fields who promote the SC ethos to their own networks, and bring people together for events to discuss developments in CSR). If you think you could get something out of giving to one of these teams, reach on out.
All Rounder - as much or as little as you can
Our all rounders work project by project as it suits them. We run a Trello board where all of our upcoming projects live, and our team of volunteers pick the work they're interested in doing based on their skills and availability at the time. The work can be to do with communications, strategy, projects and evaluation, corporate social responsibility research, content creation, or anything in between.
Because we're relatively young, there's always a lot to get done, and it means you get to be instrumental in helping us shape this organisation as we grow. If this style of working sounds like something you'd be keen on hearing more about - let us know! Fire an email to us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or fill in the form at the bottom of the page and we'll come back to you.
Copywriter - as much or as little as you can
A role for someone who loves the idea of businesses playing their part, and wants to help set the standards for great corporate social responsibility across New Zealand and the Pacific. You'll be helping us to create blog content, to write pitches for the companies we approach, and to chase up any other ideas you may have for improving our organisation.
Photographer Network - ad hoc projects
We're always needing photographers who can visit our partners projects to harvest beautiful content, and to take photos of our volunteer team here and there too. We're looking for photographers all over New Zealand, the South Pacific, and Asia who are interested in being in our network of photographers to call on as needed. You're able to say yes or turn down projects based on what suits you're scheduling. Our one request is that when it comes to visiting projects that 10-20 photos are provided in RAW format so we can achieve a consistent editing style (though we can provide you with our preferred presets if that suits you better). If you'd like to apply for this, fill in the form below and send us a link to your portfolio or gram so we can check your work out.