Jobs and Internships
Current Job Vacancies
- Direct Marketing Officer
- Supporter Journeys Manager
- Database Manager
- Supporter Contact Assistant
- Editorial Manager
Part of the wider Public Fundraising team, the Direct Marketing Officer is a new role, created to support the Direct Marketing Manager in growing income from direct marketing.
The Direct Marketing Officer role will manage, implement and deliver a programme of fundraising campaigns on a day to day basis in order to maximise unrestricted net income from existing and new individual cash and regular givers, and maximise their lifetime value to Breast Cancer Campaign.
The team’s success relies upon ambitious and skilled individuals able to develop and capitalise on their specialist knowledge and experience in direct marketing. This requires a commitment to achieving objectives and exceptional numeracy, literacy, and creativity as well as team working and interpersonal skills.
If you’d like to be part of an ambitious team, poised for significant growth over the next three years, then please submit your CV, a covering letter explaining your suitability for the role and why you’re applying, to Paul Hayward, Direct Marketing Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: 5pm Monday 18 August 2014
Interviews Tuesday 26 August 2014
As part of the Supporter Insight and Engagement team, the successful applicant will be responsible for working with key stakeholders across the organisation to create supporter ‘journeys’; enhancing and maximising our supporters engagement and contribution to the Charity.
The post holder will manage a range of processes to enhance our understanding of supporter needs and will work across the organisation to ensure that we can fulfill these. The success of the programme will be measured in greater supporter engagement, leading to higher supporter retention, improved return on investment and a real shift in lifetime value.
This is an exciting time to be joining a new and developing team, in which database management, supporter insight and supporter engagement come together. The Supporter Journeys Manager has a key role in creating this synergy which will enable us meet our ambitious income targets.
If this sounds like a job you would love to do, then please submit your CV, along with a covering letter explaining your suitability for the role and why you’re applying, to Joel Voysey, Head of Supporter Insight and Engagement at email@example.com
Closing date: Midday on Monday 11 August 2014
Interviews: Friday 15 August 2014
No agencies please.
As part of the Supporter Insight and Engagement team, the successful applicant will have responsibility for database design and management, ensuring that data import and export processes on our Raiser’s Edge database are managed efficiently and to a high degree of accuracy. You will have line management responsibility for a database assistant and will be responsible for managing the work requirements of a number of teams and so, as well as high level database management skills, you will also be an excellent communicator and planner.
This is an exciting opportunity to join a new and developing team with the key purpose of maximising the significant investment we are making in this area, to enable our supporters to make the greatest possible contribution to our mission ‘To ensure that breast cancer can be overcome and outlived’.
If you would like to play a key role in managing our supporter contact data processes and to help us meet our ambitious income growth targets, then please submit your CV, along with a covering letter explaining your suitability for the role and why you’re applying, to Joel Voysey, Head of Supporter Insight and Engagement at firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: Midday on Monday 28 July 2014
Interviews: Friday 1 August 2014
No agencies please.
As part of the Supporter Insight and Engagement team, the successful applicant will help to ensure that we offer the very best support possible to supporters of all types.
This is a great opportunity to work for a charity which has set down ambitious targets to overcome breast cancer in our lifetime. We know we will only do this with the ongoing support of the thousands of people across the country that all play their part in our work every year. How our supporters feel about Breast Cancer Campaign depends to a great extent on how well we look after them.
The post holder will fulfill a variety of administrative tasks, supporting the work of a large number of teams. Attention to detail is essential in this role, as is a warm and confident telephone manner, as you will have a great deal of contact with our valued supporters.
If this sounds like the job for you, then please submit your CV, along with a covering letter explaining your suitability for the role and why you’re applying, to Joel Voysey, Head of Supporter Insight and Engagement at email@example.com
Closing date: 5pm on Friday 14 August 2014
Interviews: Tuesday 19 August 2014
No agencies please.
A new and exciting opportunity has been created within our Brand Team. The Editorial Manager will need to be passionate about Breast Cancer Campaign’s work and capable of creating effective and engaging messages for all parts of the charity. They will need to have the ability to write for a range of audiences and supporters, from fundraisers to campaigners as well as those from the scientific, policy and research communities.
The Editorial Manager’s main function will be to lead on the content, writing and co-ordination of Breast Cancer Campaign’s flagship resources including its annual report and accounts and supporter magazine. They will need the skills to develop, maintain and implement Breast Cancer Campaign’s tone of voice and written house style and communicate this widely to both internal colleagues and external partners.
Working across teams to ensure content is accurate, engages with our audiences and communicates our brand in a consistent and effect way, this role requires excellent written and verbal skills, strong negotiation and influencing skills as well as the ability to organise and prioritise their time and that of others. They will also need to be flexible in their approach, able to listen and take on board contributions and input from colleagues, supporters and external partners.
The ideal candidate will be someone self-motivated and who can demonstrate a positive, can do attitude and the desire to make a positive impact. They will be flexible, full of ideas and able to work under pressure with often busy and competing workloads. They will be comfortable communicating with different stakeholders at the charity, external agencies and supporters.
The role carries some line management responsibilities and therefore requires experience in this area too.
To apply, please submit a detailed covering letter (no more than one page), CV (no more than two pages) and a completed equal opportunities form to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The covering letter and CV should clearly outline the following:
- Why you would like to work for the Charity
- Why this role specifically appeals to you
- How your background and skills are suited to this role
Applications that do not follow this guidance will not be progressed.
Closing date: 5pm on Monday 28 July 2014
Interviews: week commencing 4 August 2014
No agencies please
We do not have any current internship opportunities, but please check back again soon.
More about internships
Campaign’s internship scheme offers voluntary work placement opportunities to students, graduates, or anyone looking for a career change. An internship is a great introduction for those looking to forge a career in the charity sector, and can help you gain key experience and skills while seeing how the charity operates. Internships are available in various teams throughout the year and all involve working on key projects aimed at providing you with a challenging and interesting experience, working towards our aim of overcoming breast cancer. All internships take place at our head office in London. The internship is unpaid, although travel and lunch expenses are provided.
What’s in it for you?
- An insight into the charity sector
- The chance to develop key skills
- CV writing and interview training
- Access to our vacancies during your internship
- A dedicated member of staff to support you throughout your internship
- A reference on completion of your internship
- Travel and lunch expenses
- For more details about our internships, check out our internship FAQs.