Deputy Director: Data, Planning and Insights

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Greenpeace

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London, United Kingdom

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18 days ago

£61,248 to £67,272 per annum

(We normally offer a starting salary at the start of the range)

Full-time (37.5h) / Permanent

Based in Islington, London


Greenpeace is an international non-profit global campaigning organisation. Our independence and global reach enable us to stand for positive change through action in order to defend nature and promote peace. We investigate and expose global environmental problems, confront those in positions of power and present alternative solutions.


This is a unique opportunity to develop and lead the delivery of the data, insight, systems and processes we need to deliver our fundraising and supporter engagement strategies and wider organisational goals.


You’ll provide leadership, personal development and support to the Data, Planning and Insight team and advocate a data and insight driven approach to make evidence-based decisions to grow income and maximise our campaign impact. As part of the Fundraising Leadership team, you’ll contribute to the development, implementation and evaluation of our fundraising strategy and budgeting, fostering collaborative working. Alongside other leadership teams, you’ll also influence wider organisational and campaign strategies, together with the delivery of relevant cross-organisation priorities such as our Digital Transformation Strategy and Anti-racism Action Plan.


This role has ultimate responsibility for data governance, data architecture and data quality and will ensure the provision of supporter data to meet strategic needs. You’ll be expected to ensure the delivery of timely and actionable data insights, analytics, data science approaches, supporter journeys and audience insights to realise Greenpeace’s fundraising and supporter engagement objectives and wider goals.


Location: Islington, London. We are currently trialling a hybrid working model to enjoy the benefits of both office based and remote working. The current expectation is for staff to work from the office in Islington at least 40% of their time. Reasonable adjustments to the trial policy as well as specific office based needs will be considered for those with long term health conditions and disabilities
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