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Queenstown Chapter Head Bitch


Good Bitches Baking


Committee & Board




Home Based

Good Bitches Baking is all about spreading a bit of sweetness in the community. They aim to give a moment of happiness to people going through a tough time. Anyone can be a Good Bitch – it’s a very admiring and gender-inclusive term. Good Bitches are people who want to help those in their community who are having a tough time. You don’t have to be a master baker, because it’s the kindness in your intentions that matters more than the final product.

Good Bitches Baking are looking for a Head Bitch to run the Queenstown Chapter - someone who's organised, able to lead a team and with a 'can do' attitude.

Being a Head Bitch involves:

  • Responding to queries about joining, signing up bakers and drivers and getting some boxes to them
  • Arranging recipients to deliver baking to, and keeping in touch to make sure they’re happy
  • Doing a monthly roster and weekly briefing for your bakers and drivers
  • Some local fundraising – we’ll help you get started and then chapters are expected to contribute towards their own running costs and GBB’s administration costs.
  • Some basic reporting back to GBB HQ about numbers of bitches, recipients and boxes delivered.


Skills you’ll need include:

  • Ability to lead a small team and keep the committee on task
  • Good communication to respond to queries and manage relationships with recipients
  • Comfort with online documents (Google Drive and Docs) and email/social media as GBB is entirely cloud based
  • Basic financial skills to responsibly manage fundraising activities
  • Organisation and attention to detail to manage the different aspects of chapter activities

Chapter Support
You won’t be on your own, support from GBB HQ in Wellington will always be at hand. They'll help you through the process of settling into the chapter and provide all the support you will need for day to day and one off activities.

A Ministry of Justice background check is required for this role.

Time commitment

You’ll need to commit for at least 12 months to give the chapter stability. Approximately 2-5 hours per week - this varies across the year, and may be less with the right selection of committee members.

Getting started

The first step is to express your interest by filling out the form below. We will then put you in touch directly with the organisation for more information on the role and how to proceed.

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