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Guide Dogs for the Blind - Street Fundraiser - Manchester

Posted 15 February by Guide Dogs for the Blind Easy Apply Ended

OTE £14.70/hour, Guaranteed £9/hour basic rate,

A competitive quality based reward structure

Opportunity for Progression,

Full time hours - 35 hours/week,

Monday - Friday 10am-6pm,

Contract Type - Temporary


Every hour, another person in the UK goes blind. Guide Dogs provides a range of mobility services and works to break down barriers so that people with sight loss can get out and about on their own terms.

Inspired People are currently recruiting street fundraisers to work on the Guide Dogs in-house street fundraising campaign. This is a fantastic opportunity to work for one of the UK’s best fundraising campaigns, persuading members of the public to sponsor a puppy!

What we offer:

• OTE £14.70/hour, £9/hour basic wage.

• Opportunity for career progression.

• A competitive quality based reward structure.

• Training and coaching to help you exceed your targets.

• A lively and supportive team environment.

• The warm fuzzy feeling you get when you do well.

The role:

• Talk to members of the public.

• Promote the charity and encourage people to 'Sponsor a Puppy’

• Help to motivate your fellow team members.

• Represent the charity in a professional and positive manner.

What we’re looking for:


• Outgoing and friendly applicants.

• People with a drive to hit targets.

• People with a passion for helping others.

• An excellent level of English.

• Applicants over 18 years old.

Experience in customer service and sales is desirable.

Guide Dogs are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all children, young people and vulnerable adults with whom we work. And we expect our fundraisers to fully share this commitment.

To apply, please click 'apply to ad' and send us a copy of your CV.

Required skills

  • Charity
  • Customer Service
  • English
  • Sales
  • Fundraisers

Reference: 34480805

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