£28832.00 - £30350.00 per annum



About the organisation

Back in 1990, Charity People started life with a grant from The Prince's Youth Business Trust and The London Enterprise Agency. Our aims we... Read more

Job Description

This charities story spans over 80 years, during which they have made a huge difference to the lives of thousands of former servicemen and their families. From their wellbeing services to pension advice and financial support, this charity delivers a person centred approach to support individuals and they are now looking to reach and help even more beneficiaries.

The organisation has spent the past year building the foundations for their legacy and remembrance income streams, with really positive outcomes. They are now looking to expand on this activity by recruiting for an experienced Supporter Marketing Officer to drive a step change across this income stream at a pivotal and exciting time for the organisation.

Working in partnership with fundraising and non-fundraising teams across the organisation, you will contribute to the planning and execution of channel-neutral personalised supporter journeys and marketing campaigns, which maximise supporter value and retention.

We are looking for someone with the experience in implementing innovative, high quality supporter communications with the aim of developing those all-important long-term donor relationships. We are looking for a skilled direct marketer with experience of exceeding income targets from a range of marketing channels. Someone who has the flair for writing concise and compelling copy.

The organisation provide some fantastic staff benefits including, 36 days p/a of annual leave, enhanced maternity and paternity pay and up to 10% pension. The charity has a flexible working policy and are open to the possibility of some work from home.

For more information on this exciting opportunity, please contact Ellen Drummond; [email protected]

Please note we are looking to move quickly with this opportunity so please get in touch ASAP to avoid disappointment.