Contract: Fixed Term (3 months)
Start Date: ASAP
Location: New Oxford Street, London
An exciting opportunity to work right at the heart of a national Women’s Health charity.
We are looking for an exceptional candidate to join our Fundraising Data team as a Database Officer to start ASAP. The team is a relatively new unit, with the aim of driving and developing deep and meaningful knowledge of our supporters and their engagement with the organisation, whilst providing the foundations for excellence in data driven fundraising at Wellbeing of Women. The team’s function is not just to manage data but to help our fundraising teams be more effective and efficient, translating data into meaningful insight which can aid decisions and provide our supporters with the best possible experience.
As a charity, we have ambitious plans to help women and children and therefore are setting out an aim to raise more money each year. Data driven decision making will help underpin and drive this income growth. It means you’ll be joining the team at an especially exciting time, playing a pivotal role in helping us to make the most of our fundraising data to unlock more income, to help more women.
As the Data Officer your job will be to work closely with all the fundraisers to review existing data, merge duplicate records, accurately update records and archive material where appropriate to help us make our database fit for purpose. In this role you will also be responsible for the input of new fundraising data and to create new records where required.
We are looking for an experienced, bright and easy-going candidate with a collaborative and collegiate approach to join a small but energetic team.
Please send your CV and cover letter to email@example.com
By Friday 1st February 5pm.
Wellbeing of Women
Founded 54 years ago, Wellbeing of Women is one of the only charities finding cures and treatments across the breadth of female reproductive health, including pregnancy & childbirth, fertility, gynaecological cancers, and overlooked areas like endometriosis, PCOS and the menopause. Many of the routine tests and treatments that form everyday clinical practice can be traced back to our work, such as the use of ultrasound in pregnancy and the importance of taking folic acid for the health of the unborn baby. We also funded Professor Henry Kitchener, who linked HPV to cervical cancer which led to the HPV vaccination program in schools, making cervical cancer preventable for the first time.