London
Up to £36000 per annum
Permanent, Full-time
Job description

A great opportunity for an experienced Senior Direct Marketing Officer - Acquisition, to join an ambitious and fast-growing Mental Health charity in London.

As the charity go through an unprecedented period of growth and with exciting developments across all areas of fundraising this is a great time to join.

The Direct Marketing team have new investment creating an opportunity to further develop products and campaigns, focused on DTRV and Digital.

As the Senior Direct Marketing Officer, managing an Officer and working closely with the Direct Marketing Manager, you will develop, implement, manage, and analyse acquisition campaigns to recruit new supporters and achieve income targets.

You will lead on continued innovation and growth of multiple channels, which include DRTV, Door-drops, Inserts, Digital campaigns and a new bespoke subscription product.

Managing a Direct Marketing Officer, you will be responsible for delivery of campaigns, monitoring and evaluating all campaigns, and providing regular financial and key performance indicator updates, recommendations and reports.

You will be a proactive and experienced campaign manager who is excited about the opportunity to add value at all stages of campaigns. You will have;

  • Excellent knowledge across a range of direct marketing and digital fundraising channels and techniques.
  • Proven and significant experience of creating and managing a range of direct marketing campaigns to a large audience
  • Excellent Analytical skills, with a proven ability to analyse and interpret results, as well as data analysis trends and KPI's
  • Previous line management experience would be advantageous, though not essential.
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Posted on: 03 February 2020
Closed date: 17 February 2020
Job ref: HQ00001563
Tags: Fundraising, Marketing