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A4ID is a global charity with a vision to see the law and lawyers play their full part in the global eradication of poverty. The mission of A4ID is to be an authoritative voice of the legal community, to inspire and enable lawyers to join the fight against poverty, and to ensure that legal support is available for those engaged in that fight.
A4ID is at an important juncture in its journey. With a growing team and avenues of work, the Communications team plays a vital role in reaching out to new stakeholders and demonstrate A4ID’s impact in the coming years. With projects like the SDG Legal Initiative that aim to reach out every lawyer on the planet, the Communications team’s work is to raise A4ID’s profile. The Communications Officer will join the Communications Lead in creating a holistic Communications team that will take A4ID’s communications to the next level. The Communications team is ambitious and it is important that the candidate matches the passion and enthusiasm to use communications creatively to take A4ID’s work forward.
The Communications Officer is expected to bring experience in designing impactful communications resources and implementing engaging and innovative digital communications strategies. While the Communications Officer will be line managed by the Communications Lead, they are expected to lead with initiative and take responsibility for their own tasks.
This is an ideal opportunity for a communications professional who is excited to showcase their talent in producing creative and impactful communications (online and offline) resources that reflect A4ID’s expertise in the area of Pro Bono and Rule of Law and also showcase A4ID’s impact amongst its stakeholders. It is of high importance, that the candidate has proven experience of social media engagement, experience of using the Adobe Creative Suite to develop communications resources like newsletters, reports and video content, and excellent writing, organisation and problem-solving skills. The Communications Officer is expected to quickly understand the needs of the Communications team and hit the ground running on Day 1.
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A4ID is accepting applications on a rolling basis. We encourage you to send your application as soon as possible but no later than 23:00 (BST) on 15 August 2021. Applications received after the closing date may be considered at the discretion of A4ID.
Interviews will take place via Microsoft Teams on a rolling basis.