Supporter Fundraising Officer
Job type: Full time, fixed term contract – 2 years
Salary: circa £26,000 to £30,000 (depending on experience)
Location: Godalming, Surrey
Join our award winning team and help change billions of lives. Including yours.
Compassion in World Farming is the leading charity campaigning for farm animal welfare. Factory farming affects billions of animals – and every human on the planet. There are humane alternatives to this global crisis. Will you help change the future of food?
In an age where the debate about food provenance, sustainability and safety has never been more important, our goal is to combat intensive farming and place animal welfare at the heart of the global food system.
This new post has been created to deliver key projects that will inspire and engage the existing movement to end factory farming, and mobilise tens of thousands more people in the UK to donate to, and participate in, Compassion’s campaigns to end animal suffering.
The successful applicant will have the ability to oversee multiple projects at time, delivering effective fundraising activities to agreed timescales and budgets. They will have a solid understanding of supporter engagement and direct marketing – both online and offline – and an enthusiasm for delivering a great supporter experience.
The role will also require strong creative and storytelling skills, to inspire a 21st century movement to end factory farming – the biggest cause of animal cruelty on the planet.
The post is based at the Compassion in World Farming international headquarters in Godalming, Surrey (45 minutes from London Waterloo). The office is a 3-minute walk from Godalming mainline train station.
- Read the full job description
- Closing date: Wednesday 7th February 2018 - interviews may take place throughout the application period.
- Please complete the online application form to upload your CV and a covering letter.
In order to comply with legal requirements, as part of our selection process we ask all potential employees to prove their eligibility to work.
No agencies please.