Mobilisation Manager / Individual Giving Manager

Derbyshire Wildlife Trust

Matlock, Derbyshire
£28,000 - £30,000 pa

Paid • Full Time • Permanent

Heather Dawson

Reference: NTXGD458045

Sectors: conservation & wildlife

Closing date: Monday, 23rd September 2019   7 days left


Mobilisation Manager / Individual Giving Manager

Matlock, Derbyshire

£28,000 - £30,000

Full time

Permanent

  • Are you skilled at fundraising?
  • Do you have a passion for wildlife?
  • Are you an innovator who can you bring fresh ideas?

Join Derbyshire Wildlife Trust as Mobilisation Manager and you could soon be leading a team mobilising mass public support for a wilder future.

Our vision is a Derbyshire rich in wildlife, valued by everyone, where wildlife moves freely through our countryside, towns and cities.

Gathering and motivating public support from across the county is critical to achieving this vision.

Based at our Matlock office, the Mobilisation Manager will do just that; developing our membership and other regular giving programmes, in particular to expand the use of digital recruitment and maintain high levels of retention. You’ll also create powerful appeals and fundraising opportunities, driving campaigning actions that result in real change.

You’ll develop and drive a supporter journey strategy which delivers continuous and sustainable supporter growth and mean supporter income growth whilst working closely with marketing and campaigning colleagues to develop and grow campaigning initiatives that result in tangible victories and a growing pool of supporters for future actions or donations.

Our ideal candidate will have worked within a similar role previously and will ideally be a member of the Institute of Fundraising. You’ll have knowledge of mass market fundraising including digital, lead generation and other direct marketing techniques along with knowledge of membership, regular giving or subscription models. Experience of community, event and challenge based fundraising would be advantageous as would experience of online and offline campaigning.

You'll be a strong communicator with some experience of public presentation, networking and bid writing and you’ll be delivery focused with the ability to set objectives.

If you are passionate about wildlife, skilled at fundraising and have a talent for thinking, we’d love to hear from you!

The closing date for this role is 23 September 2019


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