£40000 - £42000 per annum

Are you a talented Retention Campaign Manager or are you striving to be one? Can you demonstrate that you have experience of fundraising techniques across print and digital to grow programmes? If so then you could be perfect for my client, a Children Charity. This is a perm role.

This role will be hybrid working up to 2 days in the Surrey office.

The Role: In this Retention Campaign Manager role, you will report to Individual Giving Manager and line manager an assistant. Specific tasks include:

    • You will help build exciting emails to engage the charity audience.
    • Deliver direct marketing and digital campaigns to recruit supporters.
    • You will create and manage media spend cross-channel campaigns.
    • Plan multi-channel campaigns including channels such as direct mail; paid social; paid search,DRTV and telephone.
    • Precise budgeting, based on past results and using clear and realistic assumption.
    • You will work across a wide range of ad platforms to help the teas get the most out of their paid marketing activity. Define clear target audiences for all campaigns using accurate data and market analysis.
    • Maintain excellent working relationships with colleagues.
    • You will contribute to the development of the right products, channels and messaging to attract new donors as the first step in building a long-term supporter relationship.

    The Candidate: To be considered for the Retention Campaign Manager role you will need to demonstrable proven experience of campaign management and delivery. Charity Talent also need you to have good analytical and planning skills.

    Additionally, it's crucial that you possess the following:

      • Experience in working with marketing and fundraising.
      • charity sector.
      • Good understanding of balanced needs to build relationships with supporters and achieve
      • specific response targets.
      • Strong communication and interpersonal skills.
      • Good understanding of data analysis and journey development.