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The Wildlife Trusts

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Nottingham, United Kingdom

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5 days ago

Closing date: Wednesday 30 November 2022
Salary: Realistic average earnings (with commission) approx. £20 per hour, with potential to achieve realistic earnings of over £45 per hour with commission.
Contract type: Permanent / Working hours: Flexible
Location: Various, Nottinghamshire
We are looking for enthusiastic and outgoing people to join our team of regional Membership Recruiters to represent The Wildlife Trusts at local venues and events throughout the year.

The aim of the role is to encourage people to join their local Wildlife Trust and support the vital work they do by way of a monthly direct debit.

Contact details

For more information, please contact:

HR@wildlifefundraising.org

07305 000394 (Recruitment)

0333 3207 273 (Main Office)

Join our team to help the fight for nature

We are looking for engaging and inspiring people to join our team of regional Membership Recruiters working at local venues and events. The aim of the role is to encourage people to join their local Wildlife Trust and support the vital work they do by way of a monthly direct debit.

This is an excellent opportunity to bring your experience to a position where you can contribute directly to cause that you are passionate about. Together, we are tackling the climate and nature crisis - starting with the ambition of 30% of the UK's land and seas connected and protected for nature by 2030 - so that we might all enjoy a wilder future.

Hours

  • 6 hour days at pre-booked various venues and events
  • Part-time, 3 or 4 days per week required including regular weekend days & bank holidays
  • Permanent contract with fixed days

Earnings

  • Uncapped commission, top performers working 4 days per week can earn over £45,000 per year
  • Average annual salary of £25,000 based on 4 days per week (£31,200 FTE)
  • Guaranteed minimum wage of £14 per hour during probation, and £10 thereafter (this is not a commission only job)

Benefits

  • Quarterly bonus scheme
  • Career development opportunities
  • 30 days holiday entitlement (inc. bank holidays, pro-rata)
  • Pension Scheme
  • Travel contribution
  • Full charity-branded uniform, kit and ID badge provided
  • Chartered Institute of Fundraising approved training
  • Supportive team in the field and office

Requirements

  • Valid driving licence and access to a car/van (transportation of equipment, including a gazebo, and promotional materials is essential)
  • A sales or face to face fundraising background is welcome, but not essential.
  • Enjoys working in the field rather than being stuck behind a desk in an office
  • Effective communicator
  • Outgoing and friendly
  • Comfortable with working to targets/KPIs
  • Excellent level of spoken and written English
  • Will include outdoor working using a gazebo and other display equipment

How it works

  • Candidates are screened over the phone & booked into a face-to-face interview with their local Team Leader
  • All new starters receive 1 day of paid induction training at our central HQ and a further 2 days of paid on-site training at venues. Our comprehensive training includes charity specific training, objection handling and a thorough introduction to our company culture and ethics
  • Immediate starts available with fortnightly induction training sessions at our office near Bicester, Oxfordshire

If you feel that this job is for you, then please apply with a covering letter and CV. We will contact you to discuss the role in further detail if your CV is selected.

Please note that by applying for this job you may be subject to a DBS check.

  • Job description - Wildlife Fundraising F2F job description

Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust is an equal opportunities employer that strives to be a diverse and inclusive environment in which everyone is valued. We welcome applications from eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity.

We recognise that our workforce needs to represent the communities and people we work with. We particularly encourage applications from underrepresented groups within Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust, the wider charity and conservation sectors, such as people from Black and Ethnic Minority backgrounds and those who identify as LGBTQ+.