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We're offering a fantastic opportunity to represent a leading UK charity on a flexible self-employed basis.

For more info and to apply, click on the link below...

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Everyday heroes that are giving us hope in times like these. This is wildlife rescuer, Simon Adamczyk carrying a koala out of a burning forest on Kangaroo Island, Australia, to safety.

#AustraliaBushfires #Koala #Australia #Emergency #ClimateEmergency #WWF https://t.co/CKy7rBP2a1
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Something very big and colourful has landed in the WFW garden. Might it be to do with the new pond we've had installed? 😂🐸

We're proud to have been able to help 'The League of Friends Musgrove Park Hospital' one of Taunton's oldest local charities.

#toad #tauntontoadtrail https://t.co/GgHzI0UYDV
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Repost • @plantlife.loveplants

Most people know a Blackberry, a Raspberry or a Strawberry when they see one – but did you know Britain is home to many other types of berry too?
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#berries #berry #wildlifewednesday #foraging #wildfood #hedgerowharvest https://t.co/NkWgWVVSTQ
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Working for WildlifeDec 2, 2021 @ 8:48am
Our very small garden area looking great and full of life thanks to CCWGG! 🙏
Working for Wildlife
Working for WildlifeOct 29, 2021 @ 1:26pm
We're offering a fantastic opportunity to represent a leading UK charity on a flexible self-employed basis.

For over 20 years we have been providing first class service and results to our clients who include WWF, the Woodland Trust, Greenpeace and Plantlife - and we’re now looking to expand our team!

You will be working locally to your home at pre-booked venues and events, inspiring others to join and stand up for wildlife and nature.

Benefits:
• No start-up fees; we supply all necessary information and materials.
• You will receive an unrivalled commission-based pay.
• A dedicated Team Leader and Event Coordinator will ensure you have all the
ongoing support you require.
• Flexibility; you determine the days and hours that you do.
• You will be contributing to a leading conservation/wildlife charity, helping to make
the world a healthier and more enjoyable place to live for all.
• Successful new starters will be shortlisted for attendance at major events in
locations such as ExCel, Olympia, Event City, and the NEC.

Responsibilities:
• Attending at the times that you’ve chosen, at locations pre-booked by our team.
• Setting up an eye-catching display.
• Through interacting with members of the public, you will be raising funds via
committed giving (Direct Debit).
• As the ‘face’ of the charity, you will be engaging, passionate and knowledgeable
when discussing ongoing projects and objectives.

Requirements:
• Driving license and access to a vehicle.
• 18+ years of age.
• The ability to transport and erect relevant lightweight charity materials.
• An outgoing and confident personality.
• The capability to thrive on a self-employed basis.

Sales experience is preferable but not a requirement. If you feel that this is an opportunity that suits you, please do get in touch.
Working for Wildlife
Working for WildlifeOct 29, 2021 @ 1:26pm
Do you share our passion for wildlife, nature, conservation and the environment? If so, we want to hear from you.

Who are we? We are Working for Wildlife, the UK’s premier environmental and wildlife membership provider. We have over 20 years' experience providing first class service and results to our clients, who include the Woodland Trust, WWF, Greenpeace, Plantlife and the Ramblers.

What do we require? We are looking for outgoing, determined and self-motivated people from varied backgrounds, who are passionate about the natural world and have the ability to engage effectively with the public.

What do we offer? We offer flexible working hours to fit in with your lifestyle, either full or part time. We offer self-employed with all the advantages that it brings. We offer a highly rewarding pay structure that is second to none. We offer full in-house training with on-going support, as well as all uniform and display equipment.

What do we do? Our recruiters engage with members of the public and persuade them to support nature and wildlife, conservation and the environment. We attend a range of venues such as supermarkets, garden centres, farmers markets and events. All of your sites are approximately within a 60-mile radius from where you live. A car is crucial for the transport of materials.
Working for Wildlife
Working for WildlifeOct 29, 2021 @ 1:26pm
We are offering this fantastic new opportunity to represent a leading UK charity on a flexible self-employed basis.

We are Working for Wildlife. For over 20 years we have been providing first class service and results to our clients who include WWF, the Woodland Trust, Greenpeace, Plantlife and the Ramblers - and we’re now looking to expand our team!

You will be working locally at pre-booked venues and events, inspiring others to join and stand up for wildlife and nature.

Benefits:
• We supply all the necessary training and materials.
• You will receive an unrivalled commission-based pay.
• You determine the days and hours that you work.
• You will be contributing to a leading conservation/wildlife charity, helping to make the world a healthier and more enjoyable place to live for all.
• Successful new starters will be shortlisted for attendance at major events in locations such as ExCel, Olympia, and the NEC.
• A dedicated Team Leader and Event Coordinator will ensure you have all the ongoing support you require.

Responsibilities:
• Attending locations pre-booked by our team.
• Setting up an eye-catching display.
• Through interacting with members of the public, you will be raising funds via Direct Debit.
• As the ‘face’ of the charity, you will be engaging, passionate and knowledgeable when discussing ongoing projects and objectives.

Requirements:
• Driving license and access to a vehicle.
• 18+ years of age.
• The ability to transport and erect relevant lightweight charity materials.
• An outgoing and confident personality.
• The ability to thrive on a self-employed basis.

If you feel that this is an opportunity that suits you, please do get in touch!
Working for Wildlife
Working for WildlifeOct 29, 2021 @ 1:26pm
We are offering this fantastic new opportunity to represent a leading UK charity on a flexible self-employed basis.

We are Working for Wildlife. For over 20 years we have been providing first class service and results to our clients who include WWF, the Woodland Trust, Greenpeace, Plantlife and the Ramblers - and we’re now looking to expand our team!

You will be working locally at pre-booked venues and events, inspiring others to join and stand up for wildlife and nature.

Benefits:
• We supply all the necessary training and materials.
• You will receive an unrivalled commission-based pay.
• You determine the days and hours that you work.
• You will be contributing to a leading conservation/wildlife charity, helping to make the world a healthier and more enjoyable place to live for all.
• Successful new starters will be shortlisted for attendance at major events in locations such as ExCel, Olympia, and the NEC.
• A dedicated Team Leader and Event Coordinator will ensure you have all the ongoing support you require.

Responsibilities:
• Attending locations pre-booked by our team.
• Setting up an eye-catching display.
• Through interacting with members of the public, you will be raising funds via Direct Debit.
• As the ‘face’ of the charity, you will be engaging, passionate and knowledgeable when discussing ongoing projects and objectives.

Requirements:
• Driving license and access to a vehicle.
• 18+ years of age.
• The ability to transport and erect relevant lightweight charity materials.
• An outgoing and confident personality.
• The ability to thrive on a self-employed basis.

If you feel that this is an opportunity that suits you, please do get in touch!
Working for Wildlife
Working for WildlifeOct 29, 2021 @ 1:26pm
We are offering this fantastic new opportunity to represent a leading UK charity on a flexible self-employed basis.

We are Working for Wildlife. For over 20 years we have been providing first class service and results to our clients who include WWF, the Woodland Trust, Greenpeace, Plantlife and the Ramblers - and we’re now looking to expand our team!

You will be working locally at pre-booked venues and events, inspiring others to join and stand up for wildlife and nature.

Benefits:
• We supply all the necessary training and materials.
• You will receive an unrivalled commission-based pay.
• You determine the days and hours that you work.
• You will be contributing to a leading conservation/wildlife charity, helping to make the world a healthier and more enjoyable place to live for all.
• Successful new starters will be shortlisted for attendance at major events in locations such as ExCel, Olympia, and the NEC.
• A dedicated Team Leader and Event Coordinator will ensure you have all the ongoing support you require.

Responsibilities:
• Attending locations pre-booked by our team.
• Setting up an eye-catching display.
• Through interacting with members of the public, you will be raising funds via Direct Debit.
• As the ‘face’ of the charity, you will be engaging, passionate and knowledgeable when discussing ongoing projects and objectives.

Requirements:
• Driving license and access to a vehicle.
• 18+ years of age.
• The ability to transport and erect relevant lightweight charity materials.
• An outgoing and confident personality.
• The ability to thrive on a self-employed basis.

If you feel that this is an opportunity that suits you, please do get in touch!