Database/CRM Specialist – Singapore

  • Job posted by WWF Singapore

Job Type

Full Time


Details: To be discussed with Damian Penston




354 Tanglin Road


  • Leading household name conservation INGO
  • CRM administration experience strongly preferred
  • International best practice data-driven fundraising program


The Organisation

WWF Singapore is a leading international conservation organisation and has the largest fundraising organisation in the global WWF network. WWF Singapore has a focus on delivering corporate responsibility partnerships, individual/major donor fundraising and community engagement for WWF’s priority conservation activities in Singapore and the rest of WWF’s global network.


The Role

Reporting to the Individual Giving Manager, you will be the custodian of WWF's donor data, having primary responsibility for the maintenance and facilitation of the data to be used by a wide range of internal stakeholders.

You will implement their Raiser’s Edge donor/customer management system and maintain data quality, integrity and security, producing reports, analysing and interpreting data, as well as reconciling information with the finance department. Ideally you have held a position within a best practice data driven customer service or fundraising team.

Skills Required

You will have previous experience working in a sophisticated data-driven environment with an INGO, large domestic charity, university or in a commercial environment. Advanced knowledge of Raiser’s Edge, Salesforce or similar CRM system is essential.

Visa sponsorship and relocation assistance will be provided to the successful candidate.




Level of Language Proficiency


Professional Level

None specified

Minimum Education Required

No requirement

How To Apply

If you would like to use your superior analytical skills to support conservation and work with passionate and skilled professionals, please contact Damian Penston on +61 2 8091 5505 or please click here to apply, forwarding your resume and a cover letter, quoting reference # 34384.