DONOR RELATIONS ASSISSTANT

 

WHO WE ARE

World Land Trust (WLT) is an international conservation charity that helps to protect the world’s most biologically significant and threatened habitats, acre by acre.

As the pioneers of the Buy an Acre approach, we have spent more than 30 years raising funds for local people to secure and protect the land they know best in America, Africa, Asia and beyond.  With over 2,400,000 acres protected and over 2,000,000 native trees funded to date, our ambition is now to drive this conservation action at scale – more acres and more species protected in this make-or-break decade for biodiversity and climate.

JOB SUMMARY

The role of the Donor Relations Assistant is to provide front line support to all supporters, ensuring that the quality of donor experience is maximised in a way that is respectful and engaging and allows for long-term relationships with the Trust to be formed.  This role will have a focus on regular giving administration and consistent use of our contact database.

We are looking for a candidate who is keen to work in an environment where they can use their existing skills with opportunities to develop.  The successful candidate will be someone with experience of working in a customer service environment with a passion for high standards of customer care, who has a working knowledge of data entry.  We’re looking for someone who is able to demonstrate exceptional communication and organisational skills alongside meticulous attention to detail, who is a strong team player, happy to support the wider team in meeting its objectives.

More information about the role can be found in the application pack.

AS AN EMPLOYER

WLT is based in Halesworth, a charming market town on the edge of the Suffolk Heritage Coastline, in a characterful period property.  As an SME employer we can offer you a welcoming work environment, with a 35-hour working week, 33 days’ annual leave, a pension scheme, life assurance and other benefits.  We are open to discussions around flexible working, including working patterns such as compressed hours and part-time hours, and remote working opportunities as part of a hybrid workplace.

The Trust is committed to providing an inclusive and supportive working environment and we welcome applications from candidates from all backgrounds.  All staff are expected to actively engage with, and promote, our workplace Values which are: Focused, Honest, Positive and Supportive.  Please do talk to us if you need reasonable adjustments to enable you to carry out this role.

HOW TO APPLY

Please log your details and upload your CV and covering letter, which must state how you feel your skills and experience meet the requirements of the role, using the link below.

Apply Here

If you have any questions not answered in the application pack, or you are having difficulty uploading your documents, please email [email protected]

Closing Date: 5pm on Tuesday 22 February 2022

Please note that the closing date given is a guide.  We reserve the right to close the vacancy once we have received sufficient applications.

No agencies or advertisers please. 

 


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