£31000.00 - £34000.00 per annum
over 1 year ago
The TPP Fundraising team are delighted to be supporting a leading children's cancer charity with the search for a new Supporter Retention Executive. This is an amazing career opportunity as you will be part of their grow and develop within their Individual Giving programme, working from scratch to support in their ambitious growth strategy.
Working as their Supporter Retention Executive you will be responsible for the delivery and development of effective campaigns to build lasting relationships with current supporters in line with the teams overall fundraising strategy. You will deliver these across a range of activities that can include regular giving, lotteries, cash appeals and payroll giving to name a few. As they are developing this area the role will have an element of researching and developing new methods of engaging with supporters and building lasting relationships between them and the charity. You will also work with your manager to develop communications and products that will engage with their current supporters, maximising lifetime value and repeat giving. Testing out these approaches via a range of channels such as SMS and Digital.
Job title: Supporter Retention Executive
Location: Central London
Salary: £31,000 to £34,000
Cause: Cancer Charity
They will be looking for someone who has proven experience of managing direct marketing campaigns, working across channels such as print, direct mail, SMS and digital. A passion for undertaking campaign testing and using data to support in decision making. You will have strong communications skills both to influence internal teams but also to work successfully with external agencies. Experience in developing engaging creative and communications, with the ability to constructively critique concepts and copy.
This is an amazing opportunity, one that doesn't come around that often. If you feel you have the experience this charity needs to support this charity as they grow this income area, then I would be very interested in having a conversation.