Deputy Director of Public Fundraising
WWF-UK is part of the world’s leading independent conservation organisation.
We’re creating solutions to the planet’s most serious challenges because we want a world where people and nature thrive. To achieve this, we’re educating, inspiring and engaging business leaders and influencers, policy-makers, schoolchildren and the public.
This is a new and critical role for WWF-UK and we are looking for an exceptional individual who understands response marketing in the fundraising sector and will be able to lead the team to further success. You will be joining one of the largest fundraising programmes within the UK, generating over £30m a year, primarily from our c400,000 regular giving supporters. Reporting to the Director of Public Fundraising and working closely with other departments, this leadership role will develop, implement and deliver fundraising strategy and activities to transform the income of WWF.
Funds received from our highly valued supporters are hugely important to us, representing over 50% of our total income. This role and your success in delivering a first class programme, will be vital to the future of our planet.
You will be highly motivated by our mission and ‘best in class’ culture. An experienced direct marketer, you will have a proven track record of planning and managing large scale, complex integrated campaigns using DRTV, digital, face to face, inserts, direct mail and press. An accomplished leader, you will be at that stage in your career where you are hungry to stretch yourself and stand out in the sector as a star.
If you have the senior-level experience and appetite to make our future a success. Click through to apply or download further information on the required qualifications, skills and experience.
Closing date: 5pm (BST) Friday 30th June 2017.
The role is based in our innovative Living Planet Centre in Surrey (20 minutes from London) and the salary is highly competitive depending on experience.
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