How to become a
Digital Fundraising Officer

Estimated salary £30,000
Top location Reading

Evolution of a Digital Fundraising Officer

Marketing
Assistant

£20,000

1 year

Digital Fundraising
Officer

£32,000

2 - 3 years

Digital Communcations
Manager

£39,000

4 + years

Fundraising & Communcations
Director

£46,000

6 - 8 years +

What's it really like?

Is it right for me?

  • 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.

Qualifications

  • 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).

Useful Additional Experience

  • 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.

Day to day

  • 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.

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