Since we started out in 2008, our team of more than 60 fundraising experts has raised millions of pounds for great causes. Digital has always been part of the mix, but done right, we truly believe that digital channels have the potential to transform how charities interact with their supporters for the better.
That’s why we’re building our very own digital crack squad (yes, it’s a thing) to put Open’s clients at the forefront of the strategic and tactical development that’ll help reshape the UK fundraising model. (And so we can legitimately use terms like “digital crack squad”.)
We’ve already started our digital revolution. We’re the only agency in the UK to have used Facebook Live and Facebook Donate for a fundraising campaign – and not looking to humblebrag, but our work there was nominated for an Emmy.
Now we’re on a quest to find the very best digital thinkers – and doers – in the business, and that business is making the world a better place. First up, we’re looking for a Digital Content Strategist.
Someone who’s ready to get stuck in to coming up with great campaigns across digital channels, writing great content at pace, testing hypotheses, delivering learnings and optimising every part of a fundraising experience online.
Team-work makes the dream work, so our Digital Content Strategist will need to live and breathe collaboration. The right person will be fired up about all things digital, and ready to share their experience, skills and enthusiasm with colleagues across Open and the fundraising sector.
As a reward for your campaign experience and limitless digital enthusiasm, you’ll have the chance to work with our amazing charity partners (think Unicef, Amnesty International, Crisis, Battersea Cats and Dogs, Sightsavers and Movember) to actually make the world a better place. And there’s a salary too – changing the world alone doesn’t pay the bills. And finally, you get to work in our beautiful London canal-side offices.
Sound up your street? We’d love to hear from you – email your CV and a cover letter about why you’d be right for Open to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Open brings the right people together to change the world. We are currently looking for a highly conceptual middleweight copywriter to deliver powerful and responsive campaigns for our clients.
You will have a portfolio of beautiful, effective work, demonstrating your ability to take projects from conception through to completion. You’ll be full of ideas and used to working successfully with art directors, designers and other copywriters, sometimes under tight time constraints. You’ll be confident presenting your work both internally and to clients. Some experience of pitching would be useful.
The successful candidate will work on projects including direct mail, digital acquisition, mobile and editorial for clients including UNICEF, Sightsavers, the British Heart Foundation, Christian Aid, and Barnardo’s. Experience of fundraising is therefore essential.
Salary dependent on experience. Email CVs with a short covering letter detailing why you’d be right for Open, along with three examples of relevant work to email@example.com with ‘Copywriter’ in the subject header.
OMG is looking for a Temporary Production Assistant to provide support during a busy period within the team.
We’re looking for someone who can facilitate the smooth running and accuracy of our internal processes including supporter care, product setup and data reporting. The successful candidate should have meticulous attention to detail, a personable manner and experience using a CMS.
OMG’s technical platforms allow charities to receive donations by SMS and our systems process several millions of pounds of donations each year. OMG are regarded as innovators in the fundraising sector, have been first to market with a number of successful products and continue to seek new opportunities to raise money for our charity clients.
• Collating, loading and ensuring the accuracy of SMS content
• Handling supporter queries and complaints
• Supporting on client testing/proofing processes
• Tracking and updating results
• Administering client and partner reporting systems
The role will be on a temporary basis and initially for a 2 month period.
If this sounds like you, send an email introducing yourself along with your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org with ‘Temporary Production Assistant’ in the subject header.