Are you passionate about data? Are you an experienced data specialist able to deliver data services, including data selections, reporting, insight and analysis, to colleagues in the fundraising and marketing team?
Job Title: Data Officer
Hours: Full time, 37 hours per week
Salary: £24,000 – to £26,000 per annum, depending on skills and experience
Contract: 12 month fixed term contract with possible extension
Location: Penny Brohn UK, National Centre, outskirts of Bristol
Benefits: 25 days holiday per year + bank holidays + additional days over Christmas and New Year period. Free parking in a beautiful semi-rural setting.
Penny Brohn UK is excited to introduce this new role to its ambitious fundraising and direct marketing team. Our vision is to bring health and enrichment to every life affected by cancer. To do this we are expanding our team to focus on effectively managing our database and supporting the team with reporting and insight.
Data is important to all aspects of what we do, from communications and marketing through to guiding our operational and strategic decisions – by enabling us to know our supporters (be they funders, donors or fundraisers) and develop activities, products and campaigns that resonate and deliver impact.
The Data Officer is a key member of the fundraising and marketing team providing support with day-to-day transaction and data processing as well as database administration, monitoring fundraising data use, data protection compliance and providing oversight and support to Individual Stewardship programmes. The role offers a great opportunity to make the most of your technical and people skills, to work with colleagues across a range of professional disciplines in a supportive environment and at the same time make a real difference to the lives of people affected by cancer.
The successful applicant needs a mix of exceptional attention to detail, an eye for efficiency, a passion for problem solving, the tenacity and communication skills to facilitate change and the ability to see the broader impact of developments. Previous experience in the charity sector is important due to the importance of understanding sector compliance and GDPR.
The role requires practical experience working with a fundraising database, preferably Raiser’s Edge, familiarity with direct marketing data and knowledge of the processes for good supporter relationship management. An understanding of data protection legislation and a commitment to good data practice is also essential.
For further details, please download the job description.
Please complete the application form and the diversity and equal opportunities form and return them electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org (quoting job reference in the subject line). Please do not send a CV. For queries please call the HR Department on 01275 370071.
Timetable for appointment:
Closing date: Monday 25 February at 9.00am
1st Interview: Friday 1 March 2019