CV34, Warwick
£18,000 - £22,000 per year
Permanent, Full-time
Job description

Our charity is on an incredible journey and this is a hugely exciting time to join our team.

2020 saw the UK come together in an outpouring of love and support for the NHS. As the NHS’ national charity and membership organisation for the NHS’ official charities throughout the UK, NHS Charities Together is the central charity receiving additional funding and support for our National Health Service where and when it needs it most. Thanks to phenomenal public support, our national Covid-19 Appeal has raised more than £150 million to help NHS staff, volunteers and patients through the immediate and long-term effects of coronavirus. 

The recruitment of this post is part of an ambitious plan to develop and execute a proactive and sustainable Fundraising strategy.

We are a small but growing staff team and as Data Officer you will play a key role as we work hard to make a difference to the lives of NHS patients, staff and volunteers.

Working closely with the Donor Systems Manager you will help to embed a data and insight culture within the organisation that will help drive a successful fundraising strategy.

The post holder will maintain the quality of data stored within the Raiser's Edge database by reviewing data quality issues, data management processes and coordinating user training, as well as managing large-scale data uploads and extracts.

If you are passionate about the health and wellbeing of our nation, and believe that through supporting NHS charities we can significantly increase the vital support given to our hospitals, community, mental health and ambulance services, we would love to hear from you. 

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Refreshed on: 20 March 2021
Closed date: 05 April 2021
Tags: IT, Operations

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