Fundraising Ambassador, €23k - €35k, Dublin

The focus of this role is to support our client by delivering exceptional sales donation levels through best-in-class planning, sales execution, compliance and reporting. As a Fundraising Ambassador on behalf of our charity partner you will live the brand values of Freedom, Integrity, Excellence, Respect & Integrity and will support your Team by example through your passion and commitment for the role.

 

Responsibilities

  • Manage a defined geographic territory fundraising directly to customers at their home
  • Achieve and exceed agreed sales targets
  • Provide accurate, on time daily reports on activity and sales
  • Develop a detailed understanding of, and tightly manage, your customer territory
  • Structured journey planning to maximise efficiency and volume of decision makers in the territory
  • Work to the highest compliance levels set out by the company
  • Ensure expert knowledge of your charity’s services and activities at all times
  • Attention to detail completing applications accurately on behalf of the customer

 

Qualifications

  • Experience in a field sales role is desirable but not essential as full training is provided
  • Excellent communication, interpersonal and influencing skills
  • Competent IT Skills. Be comfortable working with Microsoft Office including Excel and Outlook

 

Essential:

  • Strong focus on results and achieving targets daily, weekly and monthly
  • Work on own initiative and continually look for ways to improve sales performance
  • Positive mindset interacting with customers, colleagues and client
  • Teamwork orientated individual able to share best practice and add to positive team dynamic
  • Strong analysis and judgement skills to prioritise and focus on best opportunities
  • Self-motivation and drive to deliver consistent results
  • Resilient and motivated to overcome objections to secure long-term donors
  • Full driving licence and own vehicle
  • Passion for the Charity and its objective
  • Accountability for performance and personal ownership of corrective measures

 

 

 

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