Database Projects Officer – MS Charity
Our client is looking for an experienced, organised and proactive individual to support the database projects manager and the database team with implementation and coordination of various projects.
Position – Database Projects Officer
Contract - 12 months fixed term
Location – Cricklewood, NW London
Salary – £25,071 - £28,726
Department – Database
Reference – SKDPO28
Our client put people affected by MS at the centre of everything they do, and it’s this commitment that unites them across the UK. Their vision is a world free from the effects of MS. The ultimate goal is to find a cure, but until then, our client will do all that they can to enable people with MS to live life, knowing that they do not have to face MS alone.
The Engagement & Fundraising directorate is enthusiastic, hard-working and committed to delivering exceptional supporter experience. They've set their sights on achieving an annual income of £31million by 2019 and connecting with as many new audiences as possible along the way. And they need the best people on board to help them get there.
Duties will include gathering requirements, coordinating testing and producing guidance. The individual will have experience of database change projects and of working with Raiser’s Edge and it would also be an advantage to have an understanding of project management methodologies and tools and experience of planning and delivering training.
You will be joining the organisation at an exciting stage of its development and this is a fantastic opportunity to be part of a supportive and friendly team.
The charity offer 27 days annual leave (excluding bank holidays) a 35 hour working week, travel loan and various other benefits such as supported developmental opportunities.
Closing date: April 8th
Interview date: TBC
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No agencies please.