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Job Title: Data and Research Manager
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Durham, County Durham
Salary: £33797 - £40322/annum
Company: CV-Library
Category: Administration
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Job Description: Durham University

Durham University is one of the world's top universities with strengths across the Arts and Humanities, Business, Sciences and Social Sciences. We are home to some of the most talented scholars and researchers from around the world who are tackling global issues and making a difference to people's lives.
The University sits in a beautiful historic city where it shares ownership of a UNESCO World Heritage Site with Durham Cathedral, the greatest Romanesque building in Western Europe. A collegiate University, Durham recruits outstanding students from across the world and offers an unmatched wider student experience.
Durham University seeks to promote and maintain an inclusive and supportive environment for work and study that assists all members of our University community to reach their full potential. Diversity brings strength and we welcome applications from across the international, national and regional communities that we work with and serve.

It is expected that all staff within the University:

Contribute to our learning culture by engaging in mentoring, training and coaching.

Positively contribute to fostering a collegial environment; as well as demonstrating commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion.

Have due regard to Health and Safety requirements appropriate to grade and role.

The Department and role purpose

The Development and Alumni Relations Office (DARO) is responsible for coordinating philanthropy, alumni and supporter engagement, and advancement communications on behalf of the University. DARO works with colleges, academic departments, research centres and institutes, wider student experience partners, and professional departments to engage over 180,000 alumni and supporters around the world.

Underpinning this global operation, the Advancement Services team are ultimately responsible for: maintaining the University's central stakeholder database (Raiser's Edge NXT); updating and maintaining all alumni and supporter data; completing all gift processing, reporting, and stewardship; overseeing the daily operation of governance, legal, fiscal, and other regulatory aspects of advancement; completing prospect and partnership research and analysis - including due diligence; and development / maintenance of all systems related to delivering the above.

The Data and Research Manager will provide business intelligence critical to supporting and influencing the fundraising and engagement strategy within DARO. This will be delivered through a suite of data reports and management information using the central alumni & stakeholder database to provide insight to guide activity and monitor performance.

The Data and Research Manager also has oversight and leadership of the research function, supervising the Research Officers in the development and implementation of a thorough, consistent and creative prospect research programme including RE-based prospect identification, rating, assignment and tracking. The prospect research team will also work with event teams in both DARO and the wider university to provide event profiles and briefings. The post holder will ensure a prospect pipeline is in place for both fundraising and engagement streams, and that appropriate reports are in place to track progress against KPI's and targets in both areas.

The post-holder will play an important role within the delivery of the Durham Inspired campaign. The University is currently within the first phase of this major philanthropic initiative which seeks to support the next generation of inspiration and leadership at Durham

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