Salary - £30k
Location - Surrey
Type - Contract
Discipline - IT, Database, Developer
Organisation - Mental Health Charity
Agency Contact - Zelda Leader
Reference - J19639
Circa £30K per annum + Competitive Benefits
Mental Health Charity
6 months FTC
Charity People are thrilled to be collaborating with a well-established national Mental Health Charity in their search for a Database Officer.
As Database Officer, you will be responsible for ensuring that the Income and Finance Department has access to timely and accurate data; and working within the Data Team to improve support and understanding of the organisation’s supporters. You will manage the data of imports, exports, cleaning, migration and direct debit process of all Fundraising data; support the fundraisers in delivering appeals; and assist with staff training as required across the Income and Finance teams.
The successful applicant will have demonstrable understanding of Fundraising Preference Service, Data protection, Telephone Preference Service, Mailing Preference Services, HMRC and other legislative/best practice requirements. You will have strong logical and numerical skills; experience of high-level database administration, query writing, prospect and contact management; and a keen eye for detail.
This role will require some travel across the UK to attend weekend meetings, usually around 4 a year.
If you would like to apply or find out more, please contact Tatiana at firstname.lastname@example.org
The closing date for applications is Wednesday 20th March; early applications are encouraged.
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