Digital Fundraising Manager
2/3 days a week in Wiltshire (half an hour on the train from Bristol Temple Meads) 2/3 days a week remote.
£30k to £35k plus great benefits
A charity role in the fundraising team, working for an amazing, interesting business whose focus is conservation, climate change and animal welfare, dream job!
This role will be responsible for driving income from a brand-new initiative, using a range of digital techniques and platforms to deliver a dynamic, exciting fundraising programme to new audiences, whilst continuing to maximise the current cash donor programme.
Working alongside global fundraising teams and external agencies, this is a pivotal role that sits within a highly successful and driven Individual Giving team which raises significant income to ensure we can continue our work in conservation, positively impacting the climate change emergency.
The role is focused on acquisition, retention, reporting and analysis, planning and budgets and managing your colleague in the team….lovely varied position, in a supportive environment.
You will be working with an outstanding fundraising director who is super successful and from whom you will learn a lot!
You must have 3+ years’ experience in donor development, digital fundraising, with proven and demonstrable abilities in successfully implementing strategies for donor recruitment. It would be great if you have fundraising qualifications and of course you need to have great knowledge of a fundraising environment.
We’d love to tell you more, so please send your CV to hello@moxieandmettle(dot)co(dot)uk
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Moxie and Mettle is a UK-based recruitment company; our clients are based in the UK too. Although many clients offer remote working as an option, there is still a need to regularly visit company offices and clients in the UK. Therefore, applications from overseas are unlikely to be successful, unless applicants already have plans to be in the UK several times a month/year to facilitate meetings with both the teams and clients.