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CRM and data manager

£42,719 - £49,207 per year
Full-time or part-time (Full-time. Part time and job share applications welcome.)
Job description

Salary: £46,747 per annum rising to £49,207 after 12 months in London. £42,719 per annum rising to £45,179 after 12 months outside London.

Location: Home based, or office based at Society Building, 8 All Saints Street, London N1, in line with NCVO’s flexible working policy or home working policy.

Closing date: Monday 03 June, 08.00.

Shortlisting date: Wednesday 05 June.

Interviews: Wednesday 12 and Thursday 13 June.

From local and national support services to green spaces, sports clubs, museums and the arts, voluntary organisations and volunteers are a vital part of communities across the country.

As the membership community for charities and voluntary organisations, NCVO has championed volunteers and the voluntary sector for over a hundred years.

We are the largest membership body for voluntary organisations in England. The needs of communities are diverse and ever-changing. This means the role charities play, and what they need, constantly evolve.

We interact with tens of thousands of organisations every year. With your skills and experience, you’ll help make the wealth of data we hold in our CRM system become meaningful insight that helps define how we work.

You’ll help make sure we have a robust data management strategy and work with multiple teams to find ways to connect our services with the people who really need them.

This is an exciting time to join the team. We’re founding a new Insight Hub which will change the way we use data. It will offer the whole team new opportunities for growth, innovation and development.

Equity, diversity and inclusion

NCVO is fully committed to equity, diversity and inclusion in our sector.

We want this to be reflected in the diversity of the people who work with us. We welcome submissions from people from all backgrounds and identities. We particularly welcome applications from under-represented groups in the voluntary sector and those with diverse, lived experience.

If you tell us you’re disabled (according to the Equality Act 2010) and your application meets the minimum criteria for each specification listed in the job description, we’ll interview you for the role. We’ll make reasonable adjustments during each recruitment stage to ensure it’s inclusive and works for you.

Shortlisted candidates will be asked to complete a pre-interview task and will have one week to complete the exercise. Interview questions will be shared in advance.

If you have access needs or require reasonable adjustments as part of the recruitment process, please email us.

Benefits for NCVO employees

NCVO offers attractive benefits including:

  • 25 days annual leave for full time staff and pro-rata for part-time staff. After three years, annual holiday increases to 27 days. After five years it increases to 30 days (pro rata for part time staff)
  • office closure between 25 December and 1 January inclusive
  • the option to purchase or sell up to five more days each year
  • five days volunteering leave (pro rata for part-time staff)
  • two and a half extra wellbeing days off during the year
  • enhanced pay for sick, maternity and adoption leave
  • subsidised gym membership
  • season ticket loan
  • flexible working, including opportunities to work from home or off site
  • monthly homeworking allowance for permanent homeworkers
  • monthly office worker allowance for those who have to work from the office on a daily basis
  • generous employer pension contribution of up to 8.5% of salary into our stakeholder pension scheme (linked to employee contribution)
  • training and development opportunities
  • the opportunity to join Hospital Saturday Fund health cash plan for free at the basic level of cover, or at a reduced rate for other levels of cover
  • 24-hour free and confidential employee assistance programme.

We’re located a short walk from London King’s Cross station in a modern, accessible building overlooking Regent’s Canal.

About NCVO

We are the charities charity. For over 100 years, NCVO has stood shoulder to shoulder with communities, championing and celebrating voluntary action.

Our membership is made up of around 17,000 voluntary organisations across England, from small, grassroots community groups and social enterprises, to large, far-reaching charities.

We believe that communities are strengthened by voluntary action. We therefore want charities to thrive and be empowered to deliver for people and communities.

We focus on empowering charities and volunteers by making sure they have the knowledge, tools, and resources they need. We advocate for and with our members, giving voice to those not often heard, and harnessing the collective power of partners to ensure the voluntary sector is valued. We bring charities together so they can learn, connect, and create greater impact.

As the voluntary sector and volunteering adapt to new challenges and a changing context, so must NCVO. We are therefore prioritising work to evolve as an organisation to ensure we live our values of ambition, inclusion, openness and collaboration in everything we do internally and externally.

We have around 80 staff and income of more than £7m per year. With our members at the heart of everything we do, our mission is to unite to champion the remarkable role of charities and volunteers. Because stronger charities make for stronger communities.

NCVO is an equal opportunities employer and we welcome applications from everyone. Charity No. 225922.

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Posted on: 20 May 2024
Closed date: 03 June 2024 at 08:00
Tags: Communications, PR, IT, Management, Project Management, Operations, Digital