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CharityJob’s Stephanie Dotto takes a look at the latest trends and developments that are impacting how donors interact and donate to their chosen causes.
Last year, the number of digital fundraising jobs posted on CharityJob increased by 20%. That means more and more charities are investing in technologically-savvy employees with their finger on the digital pulse. CharityJob's Stephanie Dotto looks at what this means, and two of the digital trends you are likely to see emerge.
Your skills are your most important currency in the workplace. You spend years developing proficiencies and capabilities that benefit your fundraising and propel you forward in your career. But what’s often overlooked is the softer side of your job – the skills that build great relationships not only with your trustees but also with your colleagues.
UK charities range in size from a handful of employees to several thousand, so how can you be sure which environment is right for you? Whether you are looking for your next move or your first role in fundraising, CharityJob has summarised the pros and cons of working for both small and large charities.
We live in a constantly evolving digital landscape. Whether we’re at home or in the office, we’re connected through the internet and social media, smart phones and smart watches, tablets and digital assistants. But how many of us see our digital skills as key career assets?