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If working in digital excites you and you want to keep up with a fast paced industry.
You want to understand what motivates people to give and how digital can create a better experience for supporters.
Working in collaboration with others is second nature to you.
You’re self-motivated and ensure that your work is of the highest quality.
Bachelors degree in a relevant field such as Marketing, English or Communications.
A digital marketing qualification can be a bonus (such as CAM or CIM certificates).
Engaging and executing fundraising activities across a number of channels.
Producing successful fundraising campaigns that have hit targets.
Have used analytics and data to analyse the behavoour of supporters.
Helping transform the delivery and results of digital campaigns.
Ensuring that the most helpful technology is implemented into strategies.
Staying up-to-date with the latest digital trends and finding innovative ways to integrate them within your campaigns.
Connect with people in the charity sector
to share ideas and discover opportunities.
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