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SW18, London
£30,000 - £33,000 per year
We’re looking for an outstanding communications manager to lead and develop the communications function of a national disability charity.
Thames Chase Trust
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£10,800 per year (15 hours per week - 0.4 full time equivalent)
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Up to £26000 per annum + additional benefits
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£22,000 - £26,000 per year FTE based on experience
British Asian Trust
c.£35,000 per year
We are now recruiting for a number of key positions in our Fundraising and Operations teams.
LS7, Leeds
£25,300 - £29,800 per year
JDRF are looking for a new fundraiser to join their north office, and help continue the growth of fundraising in the region.
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SW18, London
£30,000 - £33,000 per year
Permanent, Full-time
Job description

We’re looking for an outstanding communications manager to lead and develop the communications function of a national disability charity. 

In May 2020, we’ll embark on a new five-year strategy so we’re looking for an exceptional candidate who can play an important role in developing the communications strand. It’s an exciting time to join us as we look to expand our digital presence and resources to support more people affected by spinal cord injury. 

What does the role involve? 

The job is incredibly varied, and you will utilise a diverse skillset working on different projects across the organisation.

On a day-to-day basis, you will line manage the communications assistant and support them to deliver our monthly e-newsletter programme and maintain our social media presence. You’ll also lead on the development of our website, act as a brand guardian for the organisation, increase Back Up’s profile, and deliver key publications and reports. The role will combine elements of both operational and strategic work, so it would suit a person who’s happy to work on a news story one day, while writing a board report the next. 

It is a hugely rewarding opportunity to bring the fantastic impact of Back Up’s work to life – helping us raise more funds and support more people affected by spinal cord injury. 

Is Back Up a good place to work? 

Back Up has a great culture. There are no silos – something reinforced by the charity’s size, a one-team ethos and socialising together. Back Up runs anonymous staff morale surveys and we consistently score well above the sector average on every question. Colleagues are professional, approachable, supportive and warm. You will work in a successful team at a leading charity with an international reputation in its field, working very close to the cause. Fun is one of our core values and it comes through in our work. There are sometimes friendly dogs in the office and a cake or two to enjoy! Watch an interview with our team to find out more about why people love to work here. 

How do I apply? 

A job description and an equal opportunities form should all be downloaded using the links below. 

Please send: 

  • Your CV 

  • The Equal Opportunities Form 

  • A covering letter of no more than 2 pages 

What you send should address the points in the person specification (the second part of the Job Description) and persuade us that, especially in the case of each essential item, you have the potential we are looking for. 

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Job Description (.doc)
Introductory Letter.doc (.doc)
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Every four hours, someone in the UK will sustain a spinal cord injury. It could be as the result of an illness or som... Read more

Posted on: 23 September 2019
Closing date: 20 October 2019
Tags: Communications, PR,Marketing
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