Canadian Feed the Children’s vision is a world in which children thrive, free of poverty. For nearly 35 years, CFTC has been working with Indigenous Peoples in Canada, and local partners in Uganda, Ethiopia, Ghana, Bolivia, to deliver community-led programs that have positive, meaningful, and sustained impact on the food security, health and well-being of children and youth and the self-sufficiency of their families and communities.
We care about building lasting relationships with our supporters and our data is critical in helping us to do that. This is a newly created position, and for the right person, this is an opportunity to support our charity through your experience with data to achieve our goal – to improve the wellbeing of children and youth, in Canada and around the world.
We are looking for an enthusiastic and proactive individual to take responsibility for the delivery of several key functions as it relates to Data Administration. You will lead the management of CFTC’s CRM strategy and help to deliver a superior user experience across the organization. You will be responsible for the importing of data into the database, provide business intelligence insights to our portfolio fundraising teams, and maintain our data integrity.
You’ll have advance knowledge of relational databases, excellent attention to detail and be skilled and comfortable in building good working relationships with colleagues and external suppliers.
You’ll be joining our team at an exciting time as we implement our new strategic plan, and you will have input into how we transform and use data to engage our supporters. This is a remote role and will be supported by an amazing work culture and great colleagues.
Interested? Please quote the position title in the subject line and submit your resume and cover letter by March 8, 2022 to: [email protected]
We thank all applicants for their interest however only those under consideration will be contacted. This position will remain open until the successful candidate has been selected.
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Canadian Feed the Children
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