Main purpose of the Job:
As a secondary aim it also seeks to communicate
organisation's campaigns to the general public.
Description of responsibilities:
- Achieving fundraising targets individually by recruiting donors daily.
- Aligning fundraising targets in conjunction with the existing strategy. The
targets set address the key management targets: 10 validated sign-ups per week,
age (25+), average gift (Ksh 800+).
- Providing regular feedback on set daily and/or weekly objectives to the team
leader. The objectives can consist of key performance indicators (sign-ups per
hours, average gift) as well as qualitative targets (focusing on stopping
certain group of people, improving script, improving in objections cycle etc.).
- Assist with ensuring that fellow team members’ numbers and performance
standards are sufficient to meet fundraising targets.
- Assist with the training of your new team members’ with the support from the
- Assist with keeping fellow team members motivated and energised to perform at
- Debrief with the team and team leader regularly to address areas of concern.
- Maintain daily communication with team members to ensure you are all on the
- Ensure Greenpeace standards and job expectations are met.
- Ensure effective use of recruiting turfs and provide regular feedback on any
- Ensure that your Greenpeace campaign knowledge it’s up to date, especially on
- Ensure that you are well informed about aims and directions of the DDC.
- Completing daily/weekly performance forms to be submitted to team leader upon
- Fill in time sheets accurately on a daily
basis for submission to team leader at the end of every shift
Skills and requirements:
- Ability to meet fundraising targets and work with deadlines.
- Face-to-face fundraising/sales experience.
- Experience of working in teams taking leadership roles.
- Excellent oral communication skills to be inspiring and persuasive.
- Outgoing personality with a positive attitude.
- Self-confidence and conviction – ability to take leadership role in difficult situations
without becoming disparaged.
- Ability to work unsupervised – professionalism, reliability and punctuality.
- Must be a team player.
- Ability to commit to continuously changing shifts.