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Digital Fundraising Marketing Manager

Compassion in World Farming UK

Compassion in World Farming UK

United Kingdom

Marketing or communications

Fundraising or development

Full-time: 

Yes

Hybrid

Paid: 

Yes

None

Mgmt responsibilities: 

10/05/23

Date posted:

Deadline: 

03/06/23

About the Role

Location: Godalming, Surrey – HQ. Hybrid working from home up to 3 days per week (min. 2 days per week at HQ)

Job Type: Full-time and permanent

Salary: £36,000 - £40,000 (Depending on experience)

Do you have a proven track record in digital marketing?

Join our award-winning fundraising team and use your skills to help change billions of lives.

We are looking for a talented digital marketer to work with the UK Fundraising team and lead the digital fundraising programme. The purpose of this role is to help end factory farming by managing and marketing a diverse portfolio of digital products, to achieve ambitious lead generation, acquisition, and retention income growth targets, that will fund Compassion’s vital work.

To succeed in this role, your passion for digital marketing and communications will be matched by your ability to be a self-starter and work at pace in a small expert team, who are relentlessly focused on changing the world.

You will have experience in delivering best-in-class digital fundraising and/or digital marketing programmes. You will be entrepreneurial, innovative, and creative, with exceptional communication skills and the ability to work across multiple digital channels to engage, acquire and retain supporters and donors. – from social media advertising and display, to email, web, eCommerce, and more...

About the Organisation

Compassion in World Farming was founded in 1967 a British farmer who was disturbed by the development of intensive factory farming. It's an international non-profit that campaigns peacefully on behalf of all areas that are detrimentally impacted by factory farming practices, including animal wellbeing, the environment, public health, and community and workers’ justice.

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