Fundraising Telephone Representative | WVIA

Fundraising Telephone Representative

Last Updated by WVIA Admin on

Position: Fundraising Telephone Representative

Work Type: Part-Time

Location: Pittston, PA

WVIA Public Television and Radio

We are searching for articulate individuals for the position of Telephone Fundraiser to call donors on behalf of non-profit public service television and radio. We are now recruiting for dynamic and goal oriented candidates for a fulfilling and challenging role. As a telephone fundraiser, you will speak directly to existing and new donors and, therefore, need to represent effectively and courteously the stations’ service aspirations and financial goals.

 

We are looking for candidates who:

  • Exhibit great communication skills
  • Active listening
  • Persuasive expression
  • Offer flexible availability – especially evenings and weekends
  • Commit 7-21 hours per week
  • Schedule 2-5 shifts per week
  • Mondays through Fridays 1:30PM to 5PM or 6PM to 9PM
  • Saturdays 10:30AM to 1:30PM
  • Sundays 2PM to 5:30PM or 6PM to 9PM
  • Have no fear or hesitation asking donors for $
  • Take rejection well
  • Carry fundraising and/or relevant call center experience (preferred, not required)

 

We offer:

  • Part-time positions
  • Flexible hours
  • $9/hr plus performance bonuses
  • NO cold calling
  • Outbound calls only
  • Chance to work with a well-known organization and a strong public service mission
  • Comfortable workplace
  • Easy free parking
  • Convenient location just off I-81 and Route 315 in Pittston

 

If a dynamic and encouraging environment is what you are looking for, please call 570-602-1297.  Leave a brief message with your name, phone number, the best time to return your call, and some information about your experience and familiarity with WVIA. We will return your call to discuss the job details with you further. We appreciate your interest and look forward to speaking with you!

WVIA is an EEO/AA employer.

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