Global Individual Giving Manager

Location North West
Flex Type Various flexible
Role Basis Permanent
Salary £46,860 FTE
Company Charity People

Are you an Individual Giving fundraising specialist with the skills to deliver income growth for an international charity with bold ambitions to save lives and build safer futures?

MAG’s vision is a safe future for women, men and children affected by violence, conflict, and insecurity. People will live in communities where their rights are upheld, with dignity and choice and free from fear of mines, explosive remnants of war (ERW) and the impact of small arms, light weapons and ammunition.

Salary: £46,860
Contract: Permanent, 37.5 hours FTE and open to 4 days or job share
Location: Remote with approx. monthly travel to Manchester HQ, or hybrid within 30 miles

Benefits: 25 days holiday (increasing to 30 with service) and 5% employer pension contribution

Culture: Flexible, life and family-friendly

About the charity:

This is a fantastic time to be joining MAG, as they unveil a new five-year organisational strategy and ambitious fundraising strategy to transform income across the UK, US and globally. They have big, bold plans, with the backing of the Board and senior leadership team, to proactively invest in new fundraising channels and grow the team to help diversify income and guarantee sustainability.

About the role:

You’ll play a key role in ensuring MAG’s new global fundraising strategy becomes a reality, by developing and implementing multi-channel individual giving campaigns in the US and UK. The ambition is to significantly transform and grow unrestricted income from individual and mid-level donors and legacies.

It’s a heady mix of creativity blended with hands-on delivery and implementation, as well as leadership of a small fundraising team (IG Officer and Global Legacy Coordinator).

About you:

Working collaboratively with the Head of Public Fundraising, you’ll drive forward the strategic growth of a global individual giving programme. Utilising upgraded investment to build the donor base, you’ll aim to improve supporter retention and loyalty and maximise lifetime value.

You’ll need in-depth technical knowledge of direct marketing and legacy fundraising techniques, with experience of delivering in the UK or USA. You can adapt your approach and communication style for different audiences and understand the nuance of operating in global markets with differing needs.

To apply, we’d love you to demonstrate these key skills and experiences:

You’re creative with a willingness and appetite to try new things.
Test-and-learn mentality, understanding target markets and ROI for high-impact campaigns.
Experienced in a variety of channels including email campaigns, cash appeals, telemarketing and newsletters.
Able to navigate complex environments with influence and gain buy-in from stakeholders.
You’re versatile and think strategically, delivering quality comms with attention to detail.
A collaborative and supportive team player who centres values in everything they do.
Whilst this role has team management responsibility, we don’t necessarily expect you to come with leadership experience. This could be a brilliant opportunity to develop those skills with the right aptitude and attitude.

If you are as excited by the possibilities as we are, please get in touch with a copy of your CV or profile to Amelia Lee at Charity People.

Deadline: 9am on Friday 19th April

Interviews: w/c 29th April, date to be confirmed

Charity People actively promotes equality, diversity, and inclusion. We match charity needs with the skills and experience of candidates, irrespective of age, disability (including hidden disabilities), gender, gender identity or gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, or sexual orientation. We do this because we know greater diversity will lead to even greater results for the charities we work with.

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