Full-time, 37.5 hours
8 Month Contract (TBC)
£28,500 - £33,500
Witney currently our policy is 40% of hours in the office, with the remainder remote working
Open Doors is a Christian charity, part of Open Doors International, a global NGO network which works in over 60 countries to support and strengthen persecuted Christians. Last year the UK base raised approximately £12 million to provide practical support to persecuted Christians such as food, medicines, trauma care, legal assistance, safe houses and schools, as well as spiritual support through Christian literature, training and resources.
Open Doors is in a season of growth as we invest even more into our website, digital strategy and marketing campaigns. We want the UK church to grow with us, to see the opportunity to stand against persecution globally.
We are seeking an experienced Campaigns Manager to cover a vital part of our strong marketing team. The team have achieved tremendous success this year, seeing growth and fantastic ROIs.
You will be able to take the vision for our campaigns for 2021 and beyond forward, widening our audience as you use your innovation and creative talents to come up with fresh ideas and translate these into tangible results.
Our team has values of respect, diligence and prayer, and you’ll discover we work here because we’re passionate about doing what really counts. You’ll definitely have an opportunity to be recognised for your professionalism, ideas and determination, and you’ll have a unique opportunity to find satisfaction in your work.
If you are an experienced marketing campaign manager who is also a Christian* then we’d love to hear from you.
Closing date: 31st October 2021
Interviews: Week commencing 8th November 2021
*There is an occupational requirement under Schedule 9 of the Equality Act 2010 for this post to be held by an actively practising Christian who assents to our statement of faith.
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Together, we can reach those where persecution hits hardest.