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Job Opportunity: HandsOn is looking for a Program Manager

30 Dec

HandsOn is looking for a Program Manager to oversee the development and execution of meaningful community engagement programs that meet the needs of their NGO partners and support corporate CSR and employee engagement goals. If you have a proven track record in project management, the ability to manage multiple projects at one time and a passion for community involvement and commitment to HOHK’s mission of service, check out the job description and get in touch by emailing bonnie@handsonhongkong.org. Interviews will begin in January.

About HandsOn Hong Kong: HOHK is a Hong Kong registered non-profit organization supporting the needs of Hong Kong’s NGOs and those they serve by engaging everyday citizens, schools, and companies to give their time and talent to address our community’s social needs. HOHK makes volunteering easily accessible to all who want to give back to their community in a meaningful way. Founded in 2007, HOHK organizes over 200 volunteer activities each month, working with nearly 100 non-profit partners across the community to serve those in need. In 2018 alone, HOHK organized more than 2,200 volunteer activities, impacting more than 82,000 beneficiaries, including disadvantaged children and youth, the elderly, ethnic minorities, the homeless, refuge seekers, people with disabilities, animals, and many more. For more information, visit their website at http://www.handsonhongkong.org.

LumiVoce is looking for an Operations Manager (part time)

8 Oct

Are you passionate about wildlife conservation? LumiVoce is seeking a proactive individual to contribute to its efforts on wildlife conservation and biodiversity. LumiVoce is looking for a Manager of Operations to assist the daily operations from finance, administration, and event coordination. Their team consists of hardworking and fun individuals who have come together to shed light on the plight of wildlife through music. As a charity, LumiVoce often find themselves with their hands full and therefore need someone to manage their day to day operations. If you are someone who can wear multiple hats at the same time, have some experience in operations, administration and event management, please get in touch with the LumiVoce team.

This is a part-time, flexible position, however, LumiVoce acknowledges that there will be a considerable investment in terms of time especially before and during an event. LumiVoce is therefore looking for someone who can be flexible with their time and is able to multitask.

For more information and a detailed job description, please click on the link: http://www.lumivoce.org/job

Please send your CV and Covering Letter explaining why you are interesting in joining LumiVoce to info@lumivoce.org.

About LumiVoce: Inspiring people to fall in love with wildlife through the beauty and power of music and stories to reduce demand. Turning today’s wildlife consumers into tomorrow’s wildlife protectors.

The Chinese character for listening includes ears, eyes and heart 聽.

Are we listening? Are we listening with our ears, eyes, heart, mind and soul?

Do we really know what a healthy forest truly sounds like?

I was moved to action when I heard that every 15 minutes an elephant is killed for its tusk (ivory), that every 8 hours a rhino is brutally slaughtered for its horn, that we have lost 58% of the planet’s wildlife since the 1970s (WWF living planet report 2016), and, finally, that we are losing them at 1000 times the normal background rate.

“As a singer I want to lend my voice to the voiceless wildlife, to illuminate with sound, to combine my passions for music and wildlife to make a difference.
You may ask why music?

Because music is powerful and it touches the human heart. Why is it said that music is a universal language? Because it is the language of the heart, mind and soul. It vibrates within the core of our being. It transcends cultures, space and time. I grew up with music during China’s Cultural Revolution. My parents were exiled to the countryside to do hard labor.

“I hope my voice will inspire others to join in. One voice becomes thousands of voices, like a great symphony of love for the wild.”

Dr. Ying Ying Liu, Founder