Oxfam Street Fundraiser. £340-£450 per week. No experience needed, not commission based.
Full training provided. No experience needed. Be proud of your job.
Want immediate start work in a fun and sociable environment? Love to chat and meet new people? Want to earn great money and love the work that you do?
Street fundraiser for Oxfam!
We are looking for enthusiastic and bubbly people who want to represent Oxfam and tell members of the public all about the fantastic work they do around the world to save lives.
The role: You will work outside on busy high streets in and around Glasgow with a team of amazing individuals, who will help with your training while you learn how to fundraise. You will be asking members of the public to donate to Oxfam on a monthly basis, so you will need to be a confident and passionate storyteller who loves working outdoors and in return we will train you to be the best Fundraiser Glasgow has ever seen!
You must be 18 or over and available for a minimum of three months.
Why work as a Street Fundraiser?
Monday to Friday, 10am – 6pm (weekends and evenings to yourself).
Paid travel out to site with your team.
£9-13 p/h – guaranteed. With a pay rise after 4 weeks.
Weekly pay, every Thursday.
Paid accrued holiday.
Same week start available.
Regular socials with your team – team drinks.
No two days are the same!
Opportunities for progression with teams in London, Manchester, USA, Australia and all over Europe.
CASE STUDY “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 appeals 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.”