Fundraising Ambassador Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors Without Borders

Posted Date 1 year ago(17/01/2019 13:22)
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CPM is currently seeking mature individuals to join our committed team to fundraise in residential areas on behalf of MSF (Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors Without Borders), the global humanitarian charity that delivers emergency aid to those in need around the world.


This is the ideal role for someone who is passionate about human rights, personable and enjoys interacting with and persuading others and looking for a fulfilling and rewarding role with purpose.


If this sounds like your calling, contact us for a chat and more info.


Not only will you be provided with full training, on-going support and progression opportunities, but you will also receive a generous basic salary and exceptional commission structure as well as the self-fulfilment of knowing you are working for a cause that makes real change to lives of others less fortunate.

We are looking for people with a ‘can-do’ attitude and positive personality to manage various locations Nationwide.




What does the role involve?


Residential Fundraising - calling to people in their own homes with a view to them pledging their support to MSF
Achieve required donor targets
Securing monthly pledges of on-going support of MSF
Manage a defined geographic territory dealing directly with residential customers


The Rewards of the role:


€39,000 On Target Earnings! (€21,000 basic salary & €18,000 commission)
€0.12/ KM mileage provided
Working hours Monday – Friday, 12pm – 8pm
20 days paid holidays per year
Full training provided
Opportunity for career progression within CPM – 92% of managers are recruited from within!



  • Full, clean drivers licence if you are not living in a city/ large town
  • Charity work (paid or voluntary) with a charity is desirable but not necessary!
  • Excellent communication skills, from both team and customer perspective


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