Database & Insight Manager
Flexible, anywhere in Scotland, with regular travel to Edinburgh

This terrible COVID19 pandemic has created previously unimaginable levels of need. In fundraising we’ve retained our focus. Relationships and innovations have been central to our ability to not only deliver but grow income.

In 2019 we launched our new fundraising strategy which is designed to inspire people in Scotland to put children first. Since then, despite the pandemic, we’ve successfully grown our income.

We’ve invested to create a centralised team who enable our fundraising staff and strive to deliver outstanding experiences to our supporters. This post plays a key role in efficiently processing income, managing data, and generating insight to help us better understand our supporters.

You’ll be responsible for effective data management and regulatory compliance. You’ll be proactive in identifying ways to optimise our data capture, to improve our processes and you’ll work with finance colleagues on reconciliation.

In return you will be offered a competitive salary, 40 days annual leave inclusive of 9 days public holidays (pro rata) and flexible working opportunities.

Further information

This is a full time role of 35 hours per week. Based flexibly in Scotland with access (restrictions dependant) to our office based in Edinburgh.

For further information please see the Candidate pack. 


Job title: Database & Insight Manager

Reference number: FR21/06

Location: Flexible, anywhere in Scotland, with regular travel to Edinburgh

Closing date: 18/06/2021 12:00

Interview date: Interviews will take place on a rolling basis until the closing date

Salary: £31,208 to £36,621

To apply, please download and complete the attached 3 forms below (A, B and C) and email completed forms to:

Alternately, if you are unable to email us, postal applications may be sent to Human Resources, Children 1st, 83 Whitehouse Loan, Edinburgh, EH9 1AT.

Please also refer to the ‘Job Description and Person Specification’ and ‘Terms and Conditions’ for further information as per relevant documents attached below.

For further information or enquiries, please email: