Information Management Officer 

Recruiter
University of Nottingham
Location
Nottingham, Nottinghamshire (GB)
Salary
£22,876 to £27,285 per annum
Posted
16 Feb 2018
End of advertisement period
14 Mar 2018
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Information Management Officer 

Campaign and Alumni Relations Office
Location:     University Park
Salary:     £22,876 to £27,285 per annum, depending on skills and experience. Salary progression beyond this scale is subject to performance. 
Closing Date:     Wednesday 14 March 2018
Reference:     CARO030318


In 2017, the University closed its most ambitious fundraising campaign yet, Impact: The Nottingham Campaign which surpassed its extended targets to raise over £200m and engage more than 1,000 volunteers. The University is looking to build on the successes gained through Impact towards even more ambitious philanthropic and engagement goals. 

The Campaign and Alumni Relations Office (CARO) works to inspire over 250,000 alumni and friends in almost 200 countries to enable students from a wide range of backgrounds to fulfil their potential and to contribute to research that changes the world, through donations of time and money.

This post is key to the ongoing successful delivery of the objectives of CARO, and is an exciting opportunity for someone with a passion for data and information management looking to use their skills to make a real impact on the lives of students and world changing research.

The Information Management Team is a pivotal team within the office, responsible for the proactive management of alumni and supporter information. They focus on seven key areas;

  • delivering data for office projects,
  • improving data quality,
  • increasing data quantity,
  • system support and troubleshooting,
  • database training,
  • data protection,
  • management reporting and analysis.

The team manages the central alumni and supporter database (Raiser’s Edge), but also supports the running of other systems including e-mentoring, crowdfunding, email marketing and some website elements.

The role holder will be inquisitive, enjoy working with large data sets and have a keen attention to detail.

They will be responsible for working with colleagues within CARO, and the wider University, to produce data for a range of office projects, including e-newsletters, event mailings, surveys, alumni and supporter magazines, e-appeals, direct mail campaigns and telemarketing campaigns. 

The provisional interview date is 22 March 2018. Please indicate on your application if you are unavailable on this date, we will consider alternative dates where possible. In addition to the interview, candidates will also be required to complete a test on the day using Microsoft Excel 2013.

The University of Nottingham is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.