About the role
Working as a face-to-face fundraiser gives you good rates of pay, takes you to exciting places, and teaches you skills that you’ll use again and again, not just at work but also in your day-to-day life.
As a face-to-face fundraiser, you’ll share inspiring stories of volunteer crews and lifeguards with beachgoers and people at events. You’ll help teach beachgoers how to Respect the Water and sign up supporters for a regular donation to the RNLI.
Our season dates are flexible, but our standard working hours are usually 10am–5pm. There are a variety of roles available, from part-time opportunities, to full-time seasonal work in the summer.
This is a great role for your CV – you’ll be paid to work for a respected charity and have the chance to develop your professional and personal skills.
You’ll receive competitive rates of pay and you’ll also get enrolled into our reward scheme, so we can recognise and thank you for your achievements.
Where you can work
There are nine regions around the UK and Ireland where you could be working as a face-to-face fundraiser. We prefer to place fundraisers in their local area. So when you apply, please select the area nearest to where you live.
If your local area is not commutable, we may be able to provide you with accommodation (subject to taxable benefits). This will be offered on a case-by-case basis and will be discussed in more detail at interview stage.
Watch us in action
A day in the life of a fundraiser
What’s it like spending your working day outdoors? Helping people stay safe at the beach? Raising money to save lives? Three face-to-face fundraisers from previous years share with us their different roles and experiences.
Anna finds being a senior fundraiser very rewarding. She enjoys the numbers, hitting targets and doing a job where she can see the direct benefit of her work.
Simon joined us for his second year running last year - in 2014 he was a level 1 fundraiser. He reckons the qualities you need are: 'to be personable, fun-loving and up for a laugh'.