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Julian House
BA1, Bath 10.76 miles
£23,000.00 - £25,000.00 per year (depending on experience)
The Salvation Army
Bristol
£29,245 pa (pro rata, fixed term contract until 31 March 2021)
Designability
Bath 11.12 miles
£36,000 per annum plus generous pension scheme
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Bristol, City of Bristol
£27,768 pro-rata (£16,661 - £22,214 actual per year depending on hours)
Permanent, Part-time
Job description

Salary: £27,768 pro-rata (£16,661 - £22,214 actual per year depending on hours)
Contract: Permanent
Hours: Part-time hours of 22.5 to 30 hours per week – flexible to needs of candidate (please specify preference in application)
Location: Bristol (home working during COVID-19)

About us

The Soil Association was formed in 1946 to pioneer a better world – one where we can all farm, eat and live healthily in balance with the environment. Today, we’re still dedicated to making positive change happen. Our work revolves around making the case for sustainable farming systems and supporting farmers and growers to make this transition. We support farming innovation and farmer-led research through programmes which provide a platform for farmers and growers to develop and share knowledge and skills. We are inspiring millions of people to take their own step towards a sustainable future.

About the opportunity

The UK is on the brink of the biggest change to agricultural policy in 50 years. And with climate emergency beginning to show its face in the UK’s seasons, working to make our farming system more resilient and sustainable is absolutely vital. This is a fantastic opportunity to tell the stories of the farmers who are pioneering this transition. Your job will be to inspire more farmers to join the movement to towards agroecological farming whilst trying to make sure that the organic innovators get the public recognition they deserve. Examples of your activities include; producing films about agroforestry projects, coordinating the farming magazine that goes out to all Soil Association licensees and supporters, interviewing farmers who are working to build fertility into their soils with cover crops and diverse pastures and facilitating DIY content from dairy farmers sharing ways to use less antibiotics on their cows.

Your role

You will be an outstanding communicator and marketer who can work across the organisation, write and deliver a communications plan to engage both organic producers and the wider farming community. You will:

Work with the senior communications manager on a communications plan to engage and recruit farming licensees and farmers thinking of transitioning towards agroecological practices. 

Create engaging content for farmers and growers with a focus on storytelling, embedding our farming tone of voice through offline and online channels.

Working with the digital comms team to optimise farming user journeys on the Soil Association website with clear calls to action

Maintain and develop a range of communications collateral, including technical and market-related reports and fact sheets.

Coordinate Organic Farming Magazine.

About you

We are looking for a person who is:

Analytical - you will be able to interpret basic marketing requirements and data

Creative - you will have the ability to translate business requirements into exciting marketing plans within tight financial constraints

Organised – you will be able to plan and coordinate different activities, ability to work on own initiative, under pressure, meeting deadlines

A great team player – you will be able to work and communicate well across several teams

Our employee benefits

Working with us you will have a range of financial and lifestyle benefits, including 27 days annual holiday plus bank holidays, increasing to 30 days with service (pro rata for part-time). For more information on our benefits please visit our website.

Important dates

Closing date for applications: 9am, Monday 27th July 2020
Interviews are expected to take place: w/c 3rd August 2020

To Apply

Please read our full job description for this role.

Please submit your CV with a covering letter of no more than 2 pages of A4, outlining your relevant skills and experience for the role. Please make sure that the file names of the documents you attach contain your name (first name and surname) and you clearly indicate which location you are applying for.

Please note we look at applications on arrival and reserve the right to close the vacancy early.

Soil Association is committed to providing equal opportunities for all applicants regardless of their background. We value diversity whilst also acknowledging that people from certain backgrounds are underrepresented in our organisation. If you’re not sure about applying, please get in touch with us for a chat.

Thank you for your interest in the Soil Association and our job opportunities.

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Posted on: 03 July 2020
Closing date: 27 July 2020
Tags: Marketing

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