We are delighted to be working with Brooke on some very exciting new roles. We’ve worked with them since we launched and know the culture and team well, as such we are the only agency representing these positions. Brooke are looking for a Head of Supporter Engagement, to join them on a full-time basis, paying £60,000 - £64,000.
Brooke is an animal welfare charity that protects and improves the lives of working donkeys, horses and mules that give people in the developing world the opportunity to work their way out of poverty.
As a member of the Senior Leadership Team at Brooke, you will play a key role in devising a new 5-year programmatic strategy with ambitious income, supporter growth and engagement targets. You will be responsible for managing 3 teams, consisting of 10 people. This is a brand-new role at Brooke and has been designed with a key focus on supporter engagement. You will be working closely with other Heads Of across the organisation to develop integrated supporter journeys through paid digital and traditional channels.
The successful candidate will need:
- To be a highly experienced and skilled senior digital fundraiser, with substantial experience in the area of supporter engagement
- Demonstrable in-depth experience of fundraising from individuals – both offline and digital acquisition, retention and data analytics
- Experience of successfully leading a team across both retention and acquisition
Closing Date: 20th October 2020
Salary: circa £60,000 - £64,000
For an informal chat about the team, the financial stability of the charity and the role please do give Ashby a call on 02030 062787 or email [email protected]
Ashby Jenkins Recruitment are a specialist charity recruitment agency, we are experts in charity recruitment and excel at matching fundraisers to charity jobs. We take a relationship-led approach to recruitment, working ethically and supporting people to find their perfect fundraising jobs.
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