£23k per year
Dagmara Wolosiuk - DePaula
020 7820 7315
9 months ago
1 Month, 3 Weeks, 6 Days
A great opportunity has arisen for a Direct Marketing Assistant for an International humanitarian charity in order to cover busy period of approximately 2 months.
Please apply ASAP to Dagmara.Depaula@harrishill.co.uk
Key Responsibilities will include:
Responsible for assisting the Retention team with the production of both planned and emergency response campaigns
Responsible for supporting the work of the Retention Team, including providing administrative and logistical support to the wider team including DM managers and Head of Direct Marketing.
Responsible for some elements of basic campaign management
Responsible for some regular database and reporting tasks to ensure that results are refreshed and agencies have the data they need to run campaigns effectively.
Contribute to the planning, budgeting and reforecasting process within the Retention team, supporting the team in gathering information needed to effectively plan and reforecast the annual budget.
In order to apply you should have the following skills and experience:
Experience of or a strong interest in Direct Marketing and/or fundraising
Experience of supporting a team in a fast-paced office environment.
Ability to use Excel, Word & PowerPoint and Outlook
Handles multiple requests (including conflicting priorities) simultaneously, and proactively manages a varied workload with ease to ensure objectives are achieved and deadlines are met. Respond flexibly to unforeseen events.
Anticipate and respond to the needs of an audience, adapting content, style and language to deliver maximum clarity
Nurture professional relationships with colleagues at all levels, and with external contacts and partners, to support the achievement of the DM team s objectives.
Has appetite to continuously learn and is open to exploring digital media and tools
Contributes ideas, approaches and insights that enable innovation. Scans the external environment for trends, insights, ideas and best practice that could benefit charity s work.
Prioritises and sustains focus on work that will have the greatest impact on agreed aims