Department: Fundraising, Marketing, Communications and Policy Location: Hybrid working Hours of work: 37.5 hours, full-time Contract: Fixed-term contract (12 months) Salary: c£42,000
Purpose of job
To play a key role in developing strategic supporter journeys and implementing various new fundraising campaigns within the Dementia UK Individual Giving, Legacy and In Memory programme, to ensure our dementia specialist nurses, called Admiral Nurses, can continue to provide life-changing support for families affected by all forms of dementia, including Alzheimer’s disease.
As Fundraising Special Projects Manager, you will be responsible for developing, implementing and embedding effective supporter journeys that are insight-led and designed to deepen engagement, inspiring individual giving, legacy and in memory supporters to donate, fundraise or take another action for Dementia UK.
You will deliver new acquisition and retention fundraising campaigns that enhance supporter journeys and increase the lifetime value of supporters; starting with the set-up, launch, marketing and stewardship plan for a weekly Lottery product.
You will bring your fundraising skills and experience of audience-centred supporter journey design, project management and delivery of fundraising products to the role. You will be skilled at working collaboratively with internal colleagues as well as working with external suppliers and agencies to ensure projects are delivered effectively.
As part of our commitment to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, we shortlist on the basis of responses to the application questions only. Although we need a CV, it will not be used to shortlist and so candidates need to make sure they fully answer the questions. Please send your answers to the application questions, and a CV to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Why work for Dementia UK
By joining Dementia UK you will become part of a diverse and dedicated team of people where you will be supported and encouraged to not only use but develop your skills