Database Manager within Charity, £31k, Waterloo

Recruiter
Location
England, London
Salary
£30000 - £31000 per annum
Posted
13 Oct 2016
Closes
26 Oct 2016
Ref
BY2333
Contact
Barry Yeung
Job Title
Administrator
Industry Sector
Charity
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Database Manager within Charity, £31k, Waterloo

Working with a well-recognised, fantastic and progressive charity, the Data team is looking for a Database Manager to join them on a permanent basis. This is a chance to get involved with national campaigns, fundraising appeals and incredible events. This is a role where you will be project managing the transition of a new CRM system that will be upgraded in the coming months.

 

Who will you be working for?

Their London office is based in central London right in a thriving part of the city. You'll never be short of impressive eateries and drinking holes that exist in the riverside area. You'll be working within a beautiful classical building in a close knit team that prides itself on a friendly and welcoming vibe.

This charity continuously leads campaigns and raises awareness across the nation and is widely recognised for its work in transforming the legislative landscape for Britain. They have ambition to reach out to their communities sharing information, interventions and knowledge to a wide audience. They have continued to work closely with people from all walks of live within the LGBT community.

 

What does the role consist of?

Working within the Finance and Operations department, this is a role where you would be project managing the transition into a new CRM system as well as responsible for administering the CRM, promoting user engagement and leading the Data Team.

  • Oversee the management, supervision and professional development of the Data team
  • Coordinate the internal and external development of the CRM in line with department requirement
  • Create and maintain policies and procedures covering all areas of the database
  • Act as Data Protection Officer for the organisation and manage all data protection compliance, including management of user access
  • Monitoring, reporting and resolving any technical errors and problems with the database
  • Develop and maintain management information reports to provide data insight in line with departmental requirements

 

What will the successful candidate be like?

  • Significant experience of database management
  • Advanced MS Excel skills and proven experience of SQL for data handling
  • Proven staff management and development experience
  • Strong systems project management and team working skills
  • Experience of developing and linking a database strategy to an overall organisation vision
  • Proven ability to work to a high standard with an eye for detail with good analytical and problem solving skills
  • Understanding and appreciation for information legislation such as Data Protection Act
  • Experience of working in a charity sector desirable

 

How to apply?

We're hiring as quickly as possible so email or apply with your CV for immediate consideration.

 

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