The membership officer is responsible for supporting GLP’s membership and fundraising strategies and action plans, maintaining supporter records, and delivering communications with members and the wider public.
Reports to: the director of membership and fundraising
Contract type: Temporary, one year’s duration with a possibility of becoming permanent
Hours: 4 days (pro-rata) or 5 days per week (flexible)
- Deal with member and other queries, requests and communications
- Develop and run processes to record member and other donations, together with communications and other details in relation to GLP’s constituents
- Manage and maintain GLP’s constituent relationship management (CRM) system, ensuring that data is accurate, complete and up to date
- Help build strong relationships with members and other supporters and constituents
- Work with the chief operating officer and the book-keeping service provider to ensure that financial records on the CRM system reconcile to those on the accounting system
- Coordinate and deliver regular mailings including newsletters, director’s commentaries and other communications (including drafting communications)
- Keep the website updated and carry out website maintenance tasks
- Coordinate GLP’s social media activities in accordance with the communications plans developed by the Director of Membership and Fundraising
- Undertake and support other fundraising and communications activities as requested by the Director of Membership and Fundraising
The Good Law Project is a not for profit membership organisation that brings litigation in the public interest. We fight for the voiceless through the courts, for a fairer, more decent society for all. We are a young organisation with a ground-breaking track record already, and are now seeking to recruit our very first staff team.
More details, including the experience, skills and knowledge required, can be found in the job specification attached.
To apply, please send your CV with a covering letter of no more than two pages outlining why you are interested in the role, and how you meet the requirements, together with the details of two referees. Please apply online via CharityJob.
Interviews will be held on 8 January 2020.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.