Applications are now open to become one of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution’s (RNLI) face-to-face fundraisers on the north coast. This vital role includes sharing safety messages and encouraging new supporters to sign up and donate to the lifesaving charity.
A role within the RNLI’s face-to-face fundraising team offers flexible working in some great coastal locations, with fundraisers receiving competitive rates of pay whilst developing valuable skills for life.
The RNLI’s face-to-face fundraisers work around the coast and at events including along the north coast in Portrush, Portstewart and Ballycastle.
This year, the lifesaving charity is looking to recruit face-to-face fundraisers, with part-time, full-time, seasonal and year-round opportunities available.
Neal Somerville, Face-to-Face Fundraising Manager at the RNLI, said: ‘Our face-to-face fundraiser roles are the perfect fit for anyone who is friendly, energetic and able to talk to anyone. It really is a vital role, sharing safety advice with thousands of beach visitors every summer, as well as inspiring them to support our work with a donation.
‘We provide full, high-quality training to make sure that all our fundraisers feel confident and capable of being a lifesaving ambassador. I’d encourage anyone, no matter what career you are considering, to take up the challenge and apply for a face-to-face fundraising role.’
If you are dynamic, engaging and have great interpersonal skills, this could be the role for you – acting as an ambassador for the RNLI and helping to save lives at sea, whether by delivering lifesaving safety messaging to help people enjoy the beach safely, or inspiring new supporters to donate to the charity. RNLI face-to-face fundraising vacancies are available across the UK and Ireland with a range of hours from part- to full-time. To apply or find out more information, visit RNLI.org/FundraiserJobs