|Job Title||Gift Aid Officer|
|Salary||£27366 - £35935 per annum|
|Job Published||03 Aug 2017|
A large national charity is seeking a Gift Aid Officer to join their supporter care team.
Main duties for the Gift Aid Officer:
Responsible for delivery of high quality Gift Aid support
Maximise income via Gift Aid, working with colleagues to maximise opportunities
Analyse and represent research findings
Key contact for external agencies
Essential criteria for the Gift Aid Officer:
Excellent communication and relationship building skills
Ability to collect data from various sources and analyse findings
Previous experience and knowledge of Gift Aid
Previous experience of working with data and financial information
To apply for this Gift Aid role, please email your CV to our Specialist Support Team quoting the reference number 61945CH. All applicants must be eligible to work in the UK.
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