We are looking for a talented person with a passion for fundraising and or marketing to join our friendly and busy team in this Permanent Full-Time role. Now is an exciting time to join. We are successfully testing new marketing channels and methods and have seen a significant rise in income. You will support the Individual Giving Manger with both donor recruitment and retention activities and will work across several different income streams, including Regular Giving, cash, lottery and legacies to deliver over £1 million income annually. You will help deliver a calendar of fundraising campaigns and activities across digital and traditional channels, including direct mail, telephone, face to face, social media and email. You will support the Induvial Giving manger with monitoring performance of our individual giving income streams, evaluating all campaigns and making recommendations for improvements.
You will be creative and enthusiastic and possess strong interpersonal skills, alongside an ability to simultaneously work on a number of different projects. The position requires someone with a can-do attitude who is both creative and analytical. You will be digitally savvy with a passion for excellence in supporter care. In return for your work we can offer you a competitive salary of £25,000 - £31,000 per annum, with an Anticipated Recruitment Range of £25,000 – £28,000 per annum.
This role offers the right candidate a great opportunity to make a real impact in an extraordinary children’s hospice charity based in Cowley, Oxford. The ideal candidate will have experience in individual giving and or marketing in a charity.
Essential skills and experience for the role:
- Experience supporting marketing campaigns across a range of channels, including social media, email, and direct mail.
- Experience in supporting complex projects involving multiple stakeholders and delivering them to budget and schedule.
- Analysis skills and the ability to interpret results.
- Excellent oral and written communications skills.
- Ability to proactively plan and manage a varied and busy workload with strong attention to detail.
- Able to work independently and use initiative.
We do extraordinary work here at Helen & Douglas House. If you would love to be part of that and can share that passion with others then we would love to hear from you.
For further details please see the job description and if you have any questions about the role please email email@example.com or call the Human Resources team on 01865 794749.
The closing date for applications is Midnight on Tuesday 1st June. First interviews will be held on 8th and 10th June over Zoom, and second interviews will be held on 15th June face to face at the office in Cowley, Oxford.
Helen & Douglas House provides symptom management, end-of-life care, respite, emotional and bereavement support across central southern England. We are dedicated to the care and support of babies, children, teenagers and young adults and their families. We provide in-house care at our purpose-built facilities in Oxford, 24/7 and we support people in their own homes, their local community, and in hospitals. We do this through our expert team of staff and volunteers, working closely with each individual, their family, and the wider team of professionals around them.
Staff working for Helen & Douglas House are required to undertake a Disclosure and Barring Service check. Helen & Douglas House is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We are an equal opportunities employer and value the benefits of a diverse workforce. We positively encourage applications from all areas of the community.