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Bookseller - Children's Specialist, UBS Otago

LOVE BOOKS? LOVE CHILDREN? LOVE CHILDREN'S BOOKS? KEEP READING...
 
“A childhood without books – that would be no childhood. That would be like being shut out from the enchanted place where you can go and find the rarest kind of joy.” 
― Astrid Lindgren

photo credit: Graham Warman Photography
  • Do you know who Astrid Lindgren is?
  • More importantly, does the quote above speak to you right in the middle of your heart?

Full-time Bookseller - Maternity Leave Cover, The Children's Bookshop Kilbirnie

From John at The Children's Bookshop:
 
We have the rarest of opportunities - a full-time position working here at The Children's Bookshop. It's a little complicated - it is fixed-term maternity leave cover starting in the mid year, but with part-time work available almost immediately.
 
The part-time hours will be every Saturday and then other days as required to cover staff leave, illness and busy periods. These days will also be used to train the successful applicant to take over the full-time position. 
 

Penguin Random House New Zealand Sales Representative – Wellington Region

An exciting opportunity has arisen in our New Zealand Sales team for a Sales Representative for the Wellington region.    
 
About the Role
As a Penguin Random House Sales Representative, you will be responsible for managing and maintaining key customer relationships across your assigned territory.

In short, your remit will be to maximise all sales opportunities and continue profitable sales growth for each customer in conjunction with the wider Sales team. The Sales Representative will:

Chief Executive: New Zealand Book Council / Te Kaunihera Puka Puka o Aotearoa

The New Zealand Book Council is on a mission to promote and champion reading for everyone because we believe in the power of reading to change lives.
 
The New Zealand Book Council takes New Zealand authors into schools nationwide. We run an innovative reading and writing programme in Ōtāhuhu. We connect and support all New Zealand writers. And we have serious ambitions to do much, much more to build and nurture a culture of reading for pleasure in this country, leading to social, cultural and economic well-being.