Do you have experience as an administrative co-ordinator, with excellent communication skills and a great telephone manner? Would you like to work as part of a friendly team that helps local Wildlife Trusts recruit new members? South West Wildlife Fundraising Limited (SWWFL) is looking for a highly organised, self-motivated and resourceful person to source and book good quality venues/events for our Membership Recruiters to attend to enable them to promote the work of the Trusts.
If you have co-ordinator (or similar) experience in a sales or customer service/customer-facing environment, considerable experience of telephone work and strong proficiency in Microsoft Office programmes and databases/CRMs, this rewarding role could be for you.
We are looking for a person to fill this part time post for a minimum of 20 hours per week, flexible hours considered, which will be based at Cricklepit Mill (Devon Wildlife Trust’s head office) in Exeter. There may be an opportunity to increase hours, so do get in touch if you are looking for between 20 and 28 hours per week.
Please return completed applications and direct any queries to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline for applications is Tuesday 12th September at 5pm.
Our Membership Recruiters enjoy the security of an employed position with a guaranteed base salary, working for a local wildlife trust, and the flexibility to earn uncapped commission.
This is a role that provides you with the opportunity to meet potential members all day, every day and is one of the few jobs where you get paid to chat and make a real difference to wildlife in your local area.
The opportunity to earn £30k and more, full time and part time positions available, with full training and support is a rare opportunity and should not be missed. The role is not always easy and involves working indoor and outdoor venues. But for those who have what it takes, this is a position that provides you with fantastic earning potential, on-going support and making a real difference.
Every day is different, you'll be meeting different people in different locations within your local area, so, ultimately, it's all about your personality, drive and motivation to succeed.
You'll need to be comfortable communicating with all types of people, in all sorts of circumstances.
Some people will be too busy to talk, so a common sense approach is important. This is not a hard sales role.
If you have a natural understanding of people, love to chat and your own transport, our training and support will give you the skills you need to earn a highly competitive salary in a role that's brought fulfilment and rewards to many people.
If you think you have what it takes to inspire people about the work of the Wildlife Trusts and want a job that is flexible and rewarding please apply now by...
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