We’re looking for a creative and experienced individual to lead us through a period of continuous improvement and development across our website and digital channels.
The Website and Digital Marketing Manager is responsible for attracting, converting and retaining supporters through our website (WordPress), campaigns and marketing activities. The successful candidate will manage Dogs for Good’s digital channels and lead on key marketing practices, such as supporter acquisition, data insights, analysis, testing and measurement. Critically and fundamentally, it’s expected that the postholder will drive improvements to the accessibility and inclusivity of our website and marketing activities.
At Dogs for Good, we believe that dogs, and the bond we share with them, can help people lead happier, healthier and more independent lives. This is an exciting time to join the organisation as we embark on a bold, new strategy to move to a more community-led model, alongside a greater emphasis on training, education and advocacy. Over the next five years, this will increase the impact in our three priority areas – improving the quality of life for people and dogs; increasing the understanding of the value of connection with a dog; and creating a more inclusive society.
Why work with us?
We know how competitive the market is for hiring multi-skilled digital leaders who can simultaneously spot an opportunity to improve conversions on a website, have a conversation in Plain English with a developer and influence a team to get behind them… however, how many employers can offer daily puppy content? SO MANY PUPPIES!
On a serious note, we’re looking for someone to join our small but dedicated communications team to help transform our website and the way we engage with our audiences digitally. What we lack in digital spend we make up for in power-house corporate partnerships (seen our Skoda reels recently?), a phenomenal opportunity to realise the benefits of our CRM and marketing platform, Dynamics 365, and a new partnership with MMT Digital. The potential is there, we just need a fabulous new team player to help us get there.
Salary – £31,500 – £33,000. In addition we offer a range of great benefits, including 25 days annual leave, plus additional time off between Christmas and New Year (and not working your birthday!); a generous contributory pension scheme; and a great office environment, shared with our dogs, on the edge on Banbury.
Full Time, 35 Hours per week (Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm)
Based at The Frances Hay Centre, Banbury, UK