Membership Development Officer - Nature Conservation Charity

North Wales
£17,276 - £18,715 per annum
06 Sep 2016
26 Sep 2016
Full Time
Contract Type

This charity is offering an exciting opportunity to be part of their passionate and dedicated team, working to grow financial and moral support through membership recruitment.

You will work face to face with the public in North Wales, attending a range of events and venues from county shows, shopping centres and country parks - as well as days on their own reserves in the region. The goal for you, as part of their dynamic team, is to raise vital support by securing new members, at agreed volume levels over the year.

Membership Development Officer
Reference number: A3030916
Salary: £17,276 to £18,715 per annum
Hours: Full time
Contract: Permanent
Location: North Wales

This charity stands out as leaders in conservation, because they believe in a world richer in nature. This is their vision!

As one team saving nature they have a supportive and driven culture to help you succeed. They are known as a charity that makes a real difference and they need to have an even bigger impact in the next few years.

Their team creates an environment that sets you up to succeed. They provide an excellent level of ongoing training and support, tailored to you needs to enhance personal and performance development. You will be given a small van, display equipment, mobile phone and uniform. The support, training and resources they provide will help you convey saving nature stories that inspire people to become supporters. In this role they work hard to give you opportunities to develop and learn different skills, with the intention of helping you be the best you can be. People in their team are encouraged to embrace their development and have progressed in their performance and career.

A full UK driving licence is essential for this role.

The role is full time 5 days per week and involves working a minimum of 3 out of 4 weekends.

The ability to speak fluently in Welsh is desirable but not essential in this role.

As part of their team you will bring energy, enthusiasm, excellent communication skills, resilience and a 'can-do' attitude, with the ability to inspire people into action. Knowledge on nature and conservation is not essential but desirable. The key to being successful in this role is having the right people skills, attitude and behaviours to inspire people into action and become supporters.

Closing date: 26th September 2016
Interview date: 4th October 2016, 5th October 2016


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When you make your application please ensure that you include reference number A3030916 on any correspondence.

No agencies please.