Work for Us

We are the largest UK liver charity for adults and we lead the fight against liver disease and liver cancer.

Current vacancies

Database Manager – based in Bournemouth

Salary £30,000 37.5 hours per week

Are you passionate about good data? Are you a great data analyst? Can you see the wood for the trees and help our Fundraisers to inspire our supporters to help us create real change in liver health across the UK? If so you could be just the person we need.

The British Liver Trust is the leading UK charity working to improve adult liver health. Liver disease is the third leading cause of premature death in the UK and the only one of the five big killer diseases that continues to increase.

The Database Manager is a new position working within the Fundraising team; the post holder will play a vital role in helping us grow our active and engaged supporter base in order to fund vital services. This role will help to deliver a great supporter experience at every touch point.

This position is crucial to the charity’s development and expansion plans, being responsible for managing supporter communications and overseeing importing, cleansing and housekeeping of the database.

You must be able to demonstrate success in a similar role and be able to work with the minimum of supervision.

This is an exciting opportunity to develop and deliver an effective communications programme that engages our supporters and demonstrates the impact of our work, leading to increased donations and great supporter care.

Download the full job description here: Database Manager JD November 2019 - FINAL

Please apply by emailing the following to accounts@britishlivertrust.org.uk

  • a covering letter addressed to Audrey Cornelius, Fundraising Manager, explaining how your experience, skills and knowledge make you suitable for the role, with particular relevance to the Job Description
  • an up to date CV

Closing date: 9.00am Friday 24th January 2020

Interviews will take place on Tuesday 11th February at our Bournemouth office