MQI wishes to appoint a Digital Fundraising and Communications Co-Ordinator to join the Fundraising and Communications Team
Reporting directly to the Head of Fundraising and Communications, the successful candidate will be responsible for developing and delivering MQI’s digital strategy to meet fundraising and communications objectives. This role involves a significant amount of working across several teams to pull together a cohesive digital programme.
The main Responsibilities of this position include the following:
1) Develop strategies for email, search, display, paid social and other digital marketing channels. Manage the cost effective and timely execution of digital fundraising & communications campaigns and optimisation projects from beginning to end.
2) Manage relationships with digital marketing suppliers (including email platform provider, online search and display agencies, digital creative agencies) to ensure they are aligned with MQI objectives and deliver to agreed KPIs.
3) Take a key role in the budgeting and reforecasting process for the digital programme. Make investment cases for new activity and growth to support decision making across the digital programme. (strategic nature of this role is implied and highlighted here too)
4) Monitor and report on digital fundraising and communications campaigns to ensure KPIs are met.
a. Design and maintain digital dashboard and prepare monthly performance reports.
b. Provide context and insight for digital reporting documents, covering specific campaigns and the overall programme.
c. Use reporting and analysis to monitor and optimise the programme, keep colleagues and management informed, and support decision making.
5) Work closely with the wider fundraising and communications team to ensure online and offline fundraising campaigns are integrated and digital channels are used effectively for retention and development of supporters.
6) Take lead responsibility for the operational running of the digital programme, including managing and developing the Communications Officer and delivering exceptional experiences for donors.
7) Identify potential new and innovative digital activities to recruit new supporters and maximise long-term net income, developing business cases and implementing tests as required.
8) Maintain awareness and understanding of relevant developments within the wider homeless and addiction sectors
9) Undertake other duties as may be reasonably required from time to time.
The ideal candidate will have the following Experience & Qualifications:
This is a Dublin based, Full-Time, Permanent Contract based on a 39-hour week, attracting a salary of €37,000 – €45,000 per annum. If you are interested in applying for this position please forward a copy of your CV to email@example.com before the closing date of 5pm on Wednesday the 24th February, 2021.
Please ensure to include ‘Application for Digital Fundraising and Communications Co-Ordinator’ in the subject line of your email.