The Talent Set are thrilled to work with a leading children’s social care charity to find a Senior National Fundraising Officer accomplished in direct marketing. We are looking for someone to lead on specific areas of multichannel income generating & supporter retention activity as per the wider National Fundraising Operational Plan, to include strategies to attract new supporters, to optimise existing products, to improve reparticipation rates and increase life-time value.
Job Title: Senior National Fundraising Officer
Organisation: Children’s social care charity
Salary: circa £35,000
Contract: 12 months fixed term
Location: Home based, UK
Closing date: Thursday 16th September 2021
Required: CV and cover letter
The focus of this role is direct marketing, we particularly need someone confident in this area.
Roles and Responsibilities.
- Deliver Income Target Contribute to team income targets and against other supporter metrics & KPIs as detailed in the annual National Fundraising Operational plan
- Integrate campaigns and contribute to the development and delivery of a multi-year cash growth strategy which is audience-led and data-driven to deliver year-on-year growth.
- Lead the development of new fundraising product(s) or income generating opportunities and see through Innovation process to market, to generate support from identified mass fundraising audiences.
- Increase and diversify revenues streams and deliver greater value from existing revenue streams, and in collaboration with FCP colleagues to identify new unrestricted income streams & opportunities to grow brand awareness and solving pain points in our supporter journeys
- Create business cases supporting the investment in fundraising for specific projects as identified in the National Fundraising Plan
- Contribute to the development and implementation of supporter journeys for all new supporters/prospects acquired via digital & offline channels in line with our CRM strategy & supporter journey framework
People we are looking for:
- Demonstrate a commitment to Action for Children’s defining statement, ‘safe and happy childhood’, and promote and incorporate the charity’s Participation Standards as
appropriate to your role.
- Achieve the highest standards of safeguarding, whether through direct care provision or support activities to the children and young people who come into contact with the services, or by appropriately reporting concerns about any child or young person.
- Promote the equality and diversity strategy locally, including linking with local equality and diversity frameworks to ensure best practice and to inform and develop appropriate action plans.
- Demonstrate a willingness and ability to operate within a constantly changing environment and as such work priorities and targets may change.
- Recognise that management reserves the right to make reasonable changes to the job purpose and accountabilities.
- Undertake such other duties that occasionally arise, which will always ensure that children across the country have a safe and happy childhood and the foundations they need to thrive.
If you wish to find out more and apply for the role, please do get in contact with Stuart Milliner at The Talent Set.
Along with the charity, we are committed to diverse and inclusive recruitment practises that ensure equal opportunity for everyone, regardless of race, sexual orientation, mental or physical disability, age or gender. We encourage applications from all backgrounds and will happily make reasonable adjustments to always ensure a fair process.