Private Site and Festival Fundraiser
Posted on Dec 12, 2018 by Medecins Sans Frontieres/Doctors Without Borders (MSF)
They need great communicators to come on board and help them to raise the vital funds they need to continue this amazing work by getting out and engaging with members of the public about the causes they support.
MSF (Doctor's without Borders) are hiring in January. Come and join the venue fundraising team and work in great locations and events whilst raising money for medical staff to save lives around the globe.
The Role: As a private site fundraiser you'll be working indoors in venues such as shopping centres and railway stations. You'll be approaching members of the public and engaging them in fascinating conversations about the vital work that MSF do around the globe. Ultimately, you'll be inspiring people to become regular sponsors of the charity in order to enable MSF to continue to do their fantastic work.
Full training provided - no previous experience necessary!
Opportunities for progession - grow your career with MSF!
Work in a fun, vibrant and sociable team - join the MSF softball team and attend regular socials. Make lifelong friends!
Gain charity sector experience working as part of one of the most innovative, in-house fundraising teams.
Successful applicants will be bubbly, vibrant, confident, great story-tellers and creative, as well as highly motivated and determined.
Previous experience in fundraising is not neccessary for this role!
Instead, we're looking for people who have confident communication skills and a genuine passion for working as a fundraiser for MSF.
Whether you're looking to do something truely rewarding and fun to do, looking to gain charity sector experience or you're looking for a career change, this could be a fantastic role for you! We're open to hearing from graduates and gap year students, and people who are looking for a fresh new career in the charity sector!
"I started my career as a Face to Face fundraiser, I took to it quickly even though I had no experience. I quickly became a Team Leader where I was given a team to coach and support. My pay increased and my interest in a career in fundraising grew. My network of contacts quickly grew and I heard of a marketing and communications role at Oxfam. I applied and got the job. I oversaw a large budget and managed a number of national fundraising campaigns including TV appeal for the charity. If I didn't jump at the chance to fundraise, I wouldn't be where I am now. The fundraising network is tightly linked, progression is inevitable. If you genuinely want to make a difference to vulnerable people then become a Fundraiser You don't know where it will take it but it will push you further towards your goal."
Interviews taking place at the start of January for an immediate start.
Get in touch so we can chat about the opportunity.
Jenny Flow Caritas Charity Recruitment