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*** Wake Up! Sponsorship Officer Role Opening ***

Hi all, the role of Sponsorship Officer for Wake Up! is now available after some issues unfortunately prevented the previously appointed individual from fulfilling the role, so we’re looking for someone who’s passionate about Global Health to join our team for 2017. If you think you have what it takes, then please read the position description (please see the bottom of this post) and send the following details to secretary@wake-up.org.au:

- Name
- Year level in 2017
- Please state that you're applying for the role of Sponsorship Officer
- A 100 - 300 word blurb about yourself and why you're applying for the position + what you can bring to the role

Applications close 2 weeks from today, so send your details in before 07/12/2016.

Thanks :)
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Sponsorship Officer – The role of sponsorship officer involves building and maintaining relationships with our sponsors in addition to seeking new sponsors and promoting Wake Up! to any potential supporters. It also involves ensuring sponsors are adequately informed of and represented at Wake Up! events and on our website. This role has a major focus at the end of this year and over Summer.

Is this position for me? – If you enjoy negotiating financial matters, building partnerships and promotion, this could be the ideal role for you.
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