Greenpeace Fundraiser Programme

Posted on April 16, 2013 by

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Join Greenpeace as a Fundraiser in any of the 10 cities across India and get paid to talk about environmental issues and inspire people to make a difference!

The Role

The role of a Fundraiser is to raise awareness about Greenpeace Campaigns to people on the street, at public places, offices, on phone and at their homes and inspire them to contribute funds and become financial supporters of Greenpeace.

Responsibilities

  • Develop an understanding of Greenpeace campaigns.
  • Make presentations and calls and explain Greenpeace campaigns to members of the public in a clear and interesting way.
  • Meet set income targets by signing paid-supporters for Greenpeace.

By joining the Greenpeace Fundraising team you get to learn about environmental issues and help Greenpeace remain proudly independent to continue its work for safe and green planet. You get to work with a team of committed and fun loving people.

Job Benefits

  • An opportunity to learn about environmental problems and solutions and raise awareness amongst the public
  • An opportunity to be trained in expert fundraising skills.
  • A chance to be part of a global environmental organization
  • Excellent career prospects with opportunity to travel around the country
  • Good pay, incentives and flexible hours
  • A chance to work with a team of like-minded fun loving group

On the job training

Training is provided to all new fundraisers on Greenpeace Campaigns as also techniques in talking to people on the street and convincing them to become supporters.

Why is this job important to Greenpeace?

Greenpeace does not solicit or accept funding from governments, corporations or political parties to ensure that they do not compromise our independence, objectives or integrity while they take environmental wrong-doers to task. They solely rely on the voluntary donations of individual supporters which our Fundraisers help bring.

Skills required

They accept applications from people from a variety of backgrounds. A passion to work for the environment is always encouraged in addition to some experience in direct selling for any industry. Candidates must also have:

  • Ability to talk and listen to people and build rapport with a wide range of people
  • Keen desire to learn on the job and Greenpeace Campaigns
  • Energy and drive to inspire people and promote Greenpeace
  • Ability to work towards fundraising targets, accept and implement feedback

Remuneration

Fundraisers join us at Rs. 7,920 per month and will be on probation. On confirmation, based on successful performance the pay will increase to Rs. 11,220 per month. In addition, he/she also enjoys allowances and incentives based on performance. They also have recognition and reward schemes throughout the year.

How to Apply

Join us and be a reason for a Greener tomorrow.

They have offices in 10 cities across India. You can join any of our offices in, Bangalore, Chennai, Cochin, Delhi, Goa, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Mumbai, Navi Mumbai and Pune,

Please email your CV or call at the numbers given below. The respective city coordinators will get in touch with you to process your application.

Location Contact Number E-mail id
Bangalore (Face to face fundraising) 080-67300403 frjobs.in@greenpeace.org
Bangalore (Telecalling)   bangalore.recruitment@greenpeace.org
Chennai 044-42061559 / 9840872024. chennai.recruitment@greenpeace.org
Cochin 0484- 6492524 / 08891125092 gcochin@greenpeace.org
Delhi    
Goa 9545457398/ 0832-645877 ggoa@greenpeace.org
Hyderabad 040-65197767 / 9550184562 hyderabad.recruitment@greenpeace.org
Kolkata +91 8697561058 gkolkata@greenpeace.org andsgupta@greenpeace.org
Mumbai 8879109726 / 9022604700 mrecruit@greenpeace.org
Navi Mumbai 022-32153356 gnavi@greenpeace.org
Pune 020-65612780/ 020-64004474 / 8805384356 recruitment.pune@greenpeace.org

Source Link: http://www.greenpeace.org/india/en/Get-Involved/jobs/fundraising/

Information Courtesy:http://knowledgesteez.wordpress.com/2012/12/09/greenpeace-fundraiser-programme/

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