Concern Worldwide are currently recruiting for full time paid charity fundraisers to join their thriving team in London! Join the fight against hunger and poverty as a paid professional fundraiser.
Role: Street Fundraiser
Hours: 4-5 days per week, Monday to Friday 10am-6pm
Pay: £10.75-13 per hour (depending on experience)
Concern Worldwide are a leading international development charity working towards a world free of hunger and poverty. Since its foundation in 1968, Concern is currently working in 24 countries, responding to major emergencies as well as implementing long term development programmes. Today, with more than 3,900 staff of 50 nationalities, Concern operates in 26 of the world’s poorest countries, helping people to achieve major and long-lasting improvements in their lives.
In order to carry out their crucial work and to continue to fulfill their global mission, Concern Worldwide need to raise vital funds - and that's where you come in!
The Role: As an in-house street fundraiser working directly for Concern Worldwide, you will be working in teams of like-minded people in different High Street locations every day. Approaching members of the public on the High Street, you will introduce them to Concern’s incredible life saving work and ask them to support this work with a small but regular monthly donation.
- Full time/part time hours guaranteed - work between 4-5 weekdays per week
- Guaranteed hourly rate of pay - not commission-based
- £10.75-13 per hour (depending on experience) - London Living Wage
- Monthly pay
- Fully paid training and ongoing mentoring/support - no experience required
- Unrivalled training and management structure
- Opportunities for career progression
- Sociable role working with likeminded people
- Regular socials with your team
The Ideal Candidate:
We’re looking for people that are outgoing, charismatic and confident. As a fundraiser, you will be
able to strike up a conversation with anyone and will be able to brush off rejection lightly. Working
outdoors, a good fundraiser is resilient, passionate, likes to challenge themselves and has a strong moral compass.
The role is ideal for a recent politics, sociology, international development or social sciences graduate looking for their first charity sector/entry level role.Likewise it would suit someone looking for a fulfilling career change, or simply looking for a fun and rewarding job in which to grow their charity career. If this sounds like you, get in touch!
To apply, please respond to this advert with a copy of your CV. For more information, please contact Antonia.
Face to face interviews on a rolling basis for an immediate start.