Living Seas Centre Wildlife Supporter Officer

Closing date:
Salary: Starting Salary: £17,800 p.a. pro rata plus generous comission then increasing to £21,900 p.a. pro rata
Contract type: Permanent / Working hours: Flexible
Location: Living Sea Centre, South Sea Road (South) , Flamborough, , East Riding of Yorkshire, YO15 1AE
Can you positively engage and inspire a wide range of audiences? Do you have a drive to exceed targets whilst inspiring others to create a Yorkshire rich in wildlife?

Contact details

Please email application forms or CVs and covering letter explaining how you fit the criteria to:

hr@ywt.org.uk

Closing deadline: 9am Tuesday 8  January 2019

Job reference: 17.6.84

Yorkshire Wildlife Trust are seeking to appoint a Wildlife Supporter Officer who genuinely has a love for the natural world and will be able to provide inspiring and informative interactions about the vital work that Yorkshire Wildlife Trust delivers.

Whilst a background in sales or fundraising is desirable, the ability to work alone with enthusiasm, positivity and a drive to exceed targets is essential.

You will engage with potential new long-term supporters primarily through a soft face to face approach at the Living Seas Centre and help strengthen current members and supporters through various activities and events including high profile events like the Great Yorkshire Show.

As a Wildlife Supporter Officer you will make a vital contribution to the long-term membership development plans of Yorkshire Wildlife Trust and will secure essential funds for the protection of local habitats and wildlife.

In return you will have our full support, training and opportunities for development, along with a contributory pension scheme, good holiday entitlement, and generous commission.

Flexible hours - 2 days per week (14 hours).

How to Apply:

Download the WSO Application Pack here and send Yorkshire Wildlife Trust your application form or CV together with a covering letter explaining how you fit the criteria in the person specification.

Living Seas Centre

(c) Anthony Hurd