We are looking for an ambitious and innovative team player with a track record of delivering impressive member and/or supporter growth in a comparable organisation to join our team.
About this role
The Head of Membership position is central to the continued growth of the European Movement UK, and the successful applicant will be responsible for the European Movement’s income generation programme, whose key objectives are:
- to rapidly grow our membership and become a mass membership organisation within 5 years;
- to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of our online supporter engagement, resulting in growth in campaign actions, donations, and membership conversions
Key responsibilities of the role include:
- Building on the work of the membership taskforce and existing strategy and plans, develop, lead and iterate a comprehensive and ambitious membership strategy, covering recruitment, retention and member engagement
- Develop a sophisticated understanding of our member and supporter base and their priorities and needs to inform the membership offer and supporter journeys
- Identify new target audiences and routes to market and maximise opportunities, including through building partnerships with other organisations;
- Develop and lead on strategies to increase the diversity of our members and supporters, with a particular focus on gender, ethnicity and age diversity;
- Embed a ‘membership culture’ across the whole of the European Movement, ensuring we maximise opportunities to engage with and give a voice to our members across all of our work;
- Drive a culture of high performance, with a focus on acting on insight, measuring results, and putting our supporters, members and activists first.
For more information about the role's key responsibilities, the key competencies, and required experience please read the role profile document below on our website, and on this application page.
£45,000 - £50,000
Full time. Flexible with core hours of 10am - 4pm.
This role can be home based or based from our office in Central London. Please note: all applicants must be resident in the UK, as the successful applicant will need to attend regular team meetings in our London office.
Deadline for applications
9am on Monday 31 January.
Interviews are expected to take place the week beginning 07 February. Please confirm any times you are unavailable when applying for the role.
How to apply
You can apply for this role by sending your CV and a covering letter (no more than 400 words) to us by email or by uploading these to the CharityJob system.
Please submit a CV and covering letter via the application process. The covering letter should explain why you are suitable for the role, and should be no more than 400 words.
You should also complete our Diversity Monitoring Form, to help us ensure that our application processes are accessible to everybody.
This can either be submitted alongside your CV and covering letter on this system, or can be sent separately to the e-mail address specified on the form depending on your preference.
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