Database Officer

Closing date: Friday 7 August 2020

Salary: £18,000 - 22,000 depending on experience

Contract type: Fixed term / Working hours: Part time

Location: Bickley Hall Farm, Bickley Hall Farm, Malpas, Cheshire, SY14 8EF

 

Do you love making data work well for a business? Do you want to use your database and administration skills to protect local wildlife? 

 

You’ll use your data management skills to deliver excellent data use and analysis to improve the targeting of our appeals and communications.  You’ll draw upon your database experience to shape the way we use data to deliver a high quality supporter-focussed experience.  You’ll be comfortable manipulating and interpreting data, developing new approaches to segmentation and proactively responding to the needs of the fundraising and communications team.

 

You’ll also enjoy data entry and day-to-day processing of donations, memberships and other income as well as responding to enquiries from supporters.

 

You will provide an excellent administration function to deliver high quality supporter care and build strong positive relationships with supporters, prospects and other contacts.

 

Your great organisational skills will be put to good use, managing a busy and varied workload.  At busy times, you’ll deputise for the Database & Administration Manager, taking on responsibility for key tasks including Direct Debit collection and Gift Aid claims.

 

You’ll be joining us at an exciting time as we implement a new CRM over the next 12-18 months. You’ll also play an important role in developing our digital marketing, working closely with our new Digital Marketing Officer.  

 

This is a part-time role, based at our farmhouse HQ in the beautiful Cheshire Countryside (Bickley Hall Farm, SY14 8EF).

 

For a full job description and application form please click here.

 

To apply, please email your completed application form to Emma Raine eraine@cheshirewt.org.uk no later than Friday 7th August 2020.  CVs will not be accepted. 

 

 

Deadline: 
Friday, 7 August, 2020