Shopping centre fundraiser - Leonard Cheshire £9.75-£11/hr

Recruiter
Evolution Recruitment Ltd
Location
Vauxhall, Greater London
Salary
£9.75 - £11/hour guaranteed hourly rate
Posted
17 Jun 2017
Closes
17 Jul 2017
Sector
Charity
Contract Type
Interim
Hours
Part Time
Full time or part time charity fundraising in private site venues all over London - working directly for Leonard Cheshire Disability on a guaranteed hourly rate.

Full time role
Hours available Monday to Sunday
Minimum weekly commitment – 21 hours/week
Wage: £9.75-£11/hr DOE - guaranteed hourly rate
Weekly Pay & Holiday Pay
Full Paid training + ongoing training
Immediate Start

As a private site fundraiser working directly for Leonard Cheshire, you will be joining a brand new 'in-house' fundraising operation. In teams of 2-4 people, you will work in pre-booked shopping centre venues. Working from a promotional stand, you will engage members of the public in a conversation about Leonard Cheshire's vital overseas work, with the aim of inspiring the individual to support Leonard Cheshire through a Direct Debit donation.

The successful candidates will be outgoing, confident communicators with a strong moral compass and an ability to brush of rejection easily. Whilst past experience in face to face fundraising or sales/promo work is desirable, it's certainly not essential as full paid training is provided. Passionate, enthusiastic and dynamic, we are looking for people who have a can do attitude and are not afraid to step out of their comfort zone.

Leonard Cheshire is a leading disability charity supporting people living with disability both in the UK and internationally. With roughly 1 in 5 people on this planet living with a disability, and over 80% of those living in the developing world, a global approach is required. Through extensive international research and universal education programmes, Leonard Cheshire are committed to an international strategy that that will enrich the lives and promote the independence of over 100,000 people across Africa and Asia over the next 5 years