Database Officer We are recruiting for a Database Officer to join our friendly team at Child Bereavement UK. Expand Would you like to bring your expertise, skills and experience to the third sector and contribute to a growing national charity? Are you passionate about supporting bereaved children, parents and families, and the professionals who work with them? We are looking for an enthusiastic, personable and self-motivated individual with strong database/IT skills, excellent attention to detail, well organized and be able to manage a workload to specific timescales. The postholder will also enjoy the challenge of working in a busy environment, sometimes under pressure, as part of a friendly and professional team. The role of Database Officer supports the charity’s Database Support Team in the regular import of supporter, service user and professional contact data into the Raiser’s Edge CRM, and third-party software to process data from a variety of offline and online services. This role will also involved working alongside the Database Manager in the provision of basic day-to-day database support to end users, eg setting up new users, merging duplicate records etc. There is flexibility in the location where this role will be based and involves working closely with the Bereavement Services Team, Fundraising, Professional Training and Finance Team. Hours: 37.5 hrs per week Salary: £27,500 per annum Base: Flexible working London (Stratford) /homebased Closing Date: 9 July 2021 Interview Date: 14 July 2021 (interviews will take place on Zoom). Download the full Job Description here. If you wish to apply for this post please email your CV accompanied with a short covering letter, detailing which post you are interested in applying for and how your experience fits the role. Please email to Jane Hobart [email protected] Applications will be reviewed, and interviews offered, on an on-going basis. We reserve the right to close the role prior to the closing date, should a suitable applicant be found, so please submit your application as soon as possible. Child Bereavement UK recognises the positive value of diversity, promotes equality and challenges discrimination. We welcome and encourage job applications from people of all backgrounds, particularly where we are under-represented, currently, this includes disabled people, LGBTQ+ and those from Black, Asian and minority ethnic groups (BAME).