“Since being diagnosed, I have gone from working full time and a busy life singing in bars in evenings to being housebound, unable to work and awake only 6 hours a day. Lockdown isn't ending for me and I feel I've been forgotten again already” says Kelly, who has had M.E. for seven years.
Could you help us take action to end the ignorance, stigma and disbelief experienced by Kelly and the estimated 250,000 people living with M.E. in the UK?
We are looking for an experienced Communications Manager to deliver our communications strategy, raising the profile of M.E. and the impact it has on children and adults to increase awareness and understanding. This will include engaging with press & media and developing targeted campaigns, alongside leading the communications team.
If you’re passionate about storytelling and have a proven track record in communications management, we’d love to hear from you.
We are currently underrepresented by men, non-binary and black and minority ethnic people in our workforce and would particularly welcome applicants from these groups.
We offer flexible working and take a positive approach to peer-support and self-care, with an Employee Assistance Programme available for staff and their immediate families. For more information and details on how to apply, please download our application pack.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.