Campaign Ambassador

WWF-World Wide Fund For Nature (Singapore) Limited

Campaign Ambassador

WWF-World Wide Fund For Nature (Singapore) Limited

Position Level: Entry Level, Experienced

Qualification: Diploma

Job Nature: Permanent, Contract

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WWF is the world's largest conservation organisation with 6,000 staff globally and more than 6 million supporters worldwide.  We are looking for talented Campaign Ambassador to join our team.

Job Responsibilities will be to:
  • Raise awareness about WWF's our conservation work in Singapore and globally
  • Help us increase our base of supporters - currenly around 70,000 people support us in Singapore
  • Attend events and roadshows to raise the awareness of WWF and recruit members
  • Educate employees through Corporate events
  • Raise funds for WWF's conservation campaigns

What we offer:
  • 5 working day week – no weekends! Immediate start available.
  • Competitive base plus commission - $3000-$4500 per month including commission
  • Serious, immediate opportunities career progression – management opportunities in 3-6 months for our best candidates
  • Opportunities for permanent employment (with full employee benefits) based on success in first 6 months
  • Huge personal growth and development opportunities
  • Fun, social environment where you will work alongside with a group of sales superstars
  • Be part of a new pioneer team of sales leaders

You are required to:
  • Have sales experience ideally - but we are first and foremost looking for people with high energy and motivation to achieve success
  • Excellent spoken English is a must
  • Have a great personality with a natural charm and an easy-going attitude
  • Target driven, resilient, with a strong work ethic

Interested applicants can email a CV in English to [Click Here to Email Your Resume] with the subject line “ Campaigns Ambassador". 

Company Overview

World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) is one of the world’s largest and most experienced independent conservation organisations.Established on 29 April 1961, it was the product of a deep concern held by a few eminent gentlemen who were worried by what they saw happening in our world at that time. Since then, WWF has grown up to be one of the largest environmental organisations in the world. Today, we have more than 5 million supporters worldwide; and we are present in more than 100 countries to conserve and protect our natural environment. ... Learn More

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