Supporter Development Manager
Do you exude a passionate expertise in fundraising, with a solid understanding of individual giving, and thrive on collaborative efforts with fellow team members?
Charity People are proud to be collaborating with Norfolk Wildlife Trust on their search for a talented Supporter Development Manager to join their Membership Team.
Salary: £30,000-£35,000 per annum
Contract: Full-time, with options for part-time and job-share arrangements
Location: Bewick House, Norwich, hybrid working model
Benefits: include an 8% contribution to Aviva's group personal pension scheme, 25 days plus statutory holidays, annual holiday allowance increasing by one day per year up to a maximum of 30 days, an employee assistance program, annual salary reviews, and free reserve access for your loved ones.
About Norfolk Wildlife Trust:
Norfolk Wildlife Trust's mission is to create more space for nature to thrive and inspire more people to take action for nature across Norfolk. Supported by more than 38,000 members NWT wants to safeguard and enhance Norfolk's rich wildlife. With 60 nature reserves, five visitor centres, and an unwavering commitment to environmental conservation, NWT is a force for positive change.
As their Supporter Development Manager, you'll be an integral part in their Membership Team, working collaboratively across departments to recruit and retain NWT's passionate members. Your focus will be on promoting membership and fostering overall support particularly through individual giving.
Key responsibilities include:
- Orchestrating high-impact membership recruitment campaigns and innovative fundraising activities.
- Collaborating seamlessly with colleagues in Fundraising, Visitor Centres, PR, and Comms.
- Leading compelling supporter appeals to achieve income generation objectives.
- To champion the mission and objectives, representing as an ambassador for NWT.
We're seeking a highly motivated and articulate communicator with:
- Proven expertise in supporter development, including membership and/or individual giving or in a similar fundraising field.
- Experience in marketing and digital communication.
- A track record of exceeding significant income targets.
- A flair for creative thinking and a genuine team-player spirit.
- A solid understanding of best practices in supporter development and stewardship.
- A dedication to data analysis and extracting insights from audience research.
If you're passionate about wildlife conservation and want to make a positive impact on Norfolk's natural environment, then we want to hear from you. Please send a copy of your latest CV to Priya at Charity People in the first instance.
Deadline: Only because of the time sensitive nature of this recruitment, we're accepting applications on a rolling basis. If this will disadvantage you in any way at all, please drop Priya a message and she'll make sure that you don't miss out. The provisional closing date will be the 2nd of January 2024, but this may change, so we recommend getting in touch as soon as possible.
First stage interview: 08th of January 2024
Second Stage interview: 12th of January 2024
Charity People actively promotes equality, diversity, and inclusion. We match charity needs with the skills and experience of candidates, irrespective of age, disability (including hidden disabilities), gender, gender identity or gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, or sexual orientation. We do this because we know greater diversity will lead to even greater results for the charities we work with.