Job title: Telefundraiser
Location: work from home
Job type: Contractor – part-time/flexi-time
Telefund NZ currently requires a part-time/flexi-time contractor. Your main task will be calling people on behalf of several charities and inspiring them to make a difference.
This is a self-employed contractor role for the next one-three months. You will be working 10-25 hours a week from home. Days and times are flexible, so you can plan your other daily commitments around this. However, you will be expected to commit to a couple of evenings a week and alternate weekends.
A warm, engaging, empathetic and persuasive phone manner is the key to this role. You must be disciplined, driven to succeed and have a distraction-free environment. Sales or call centre experience is a must with proven results.
• Very clear and concise verbal communication
• Confidence approaching people for charitable donations
• Ability to handle rejection
• Ability to follow instructions
• Ability to work to targets
• Modern laptop/computer with USB ports
• Have a workspace in your home
• Great admin skills
• Data entry skills
• Excel or other spreadsheet basics
• Skype set-up and ready to go on your laptop/computer
This is a great job with flexible hours – apply now!
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