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Head of Channel Marketing Supporter Growth

Posted 12 March by Better Placed Limited Easy Apply Ended

I'm supporting a fantastic Not-for-Profit business in recruiting a Head of Supporter Growth (Channels) at the moment. This Charity, based in the Northern Home Counties, is going through a really exciting period of growth and has launched a new strategy.

Working closely with the Director of Marketing & Communications this role will lead the Supporter Growth team in managing existing channels and developing new channels to grow supporter numbers and improve engagement with existing supporters. The postholder will lead the implementation of a new organisational strategy to develop a portfolio of sustainable acquisition channels.

The postholder will manage a team of 6 people. The role is based 3 days in their head office and 2 days in their London office, with the option to work a 9 day fortnight.

Ideal candidates will display:

  • Substantial experience in a channel marketing role
  • Experience leading a multifunctional digital and marketing team
  • A strong understanding of fundraising context in the UK
  • Strong written and verbal communications skills
  • Experience working with data and developing business cases

Ideally candidate will have substantial experience working in the fundraising/charity. If you are interested in discussing the role in more detail please apply with an up to date CV.

Unfortunately due to the high number of applications we receive we will not be able to come back to all unsuccessful candidates so if we have not come back to you 1-2 weeks after you application unsuccessful. This is a fast moving role so please get in touch ASAP if you are interested.

Required skills

  • Acquisition
  • Communications
  • Digital
  • Marketing
  • Channel Marketing
  • Supporter Growth

Reference: 34659058

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