Digital and Direct Marketing Officer (Fundraising)
Location: Flexible / home-working with some travel to Unseen’s head office in Bristol as required
Salary: £26,835.75 per annum full-time
Contract Type: Full-time – 37.5 hours per week
Closing Date: 20 December 2021
Unseen UK is a leading organisation in the fight against modern slavery and exploitation, in the UK and beyond. After a recent review of our fundraising and outreach programmes, and armed with a new CRM database, website and brand, we’re ready to step up the fight to tackle these ills at the very heart of our society.
We are looking for a dedicated and creative digital and direct marketing professional, who can lead Unseen’s paid digital outreach programme, deliver high quality direct marketing campaigns and ensure a seamless supporter journey towards regular giving.
The Digital and Direct Marketing Officer (Fundraising) will be an important contributor to the success of our multi-channel fundraising programme, also supporting our communications objectives, building our base of support across the UK and driving forward our messaging and advocacy plans to help end the scourge of modern slavery and exploitation today.
At other organisations, this role may be known as Digital Fundraiser, Online Fundraiser, Individual Giving Officer (Digital), Direct Marketing Lead, Direct Marketing Fundraiser.
We offer a friendly, supportive work environment, generous staff wellbeing and training programme, and flexible hybrid working. We are open to applicants with the right skills and experience from all backgrounds and sectors.
For more information about the role and to apply please click “apply on website” which will take you to our careers page on the Unseen UK website where you can download our job pack and application form. Applications should be submitted by 20 December.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions about the role or how to apply.
We welcome applications from all sections of the community and recognise the value that diversity adds to our work and organisation. We encourage applications from BAME, disabled and LGBT people that are under-represented in this area of our workforce.