The ACFF Administration and Communications Officer will take a lead on executing communications strategy, ensuring effective messaging and conversation with all international ACFF stakeholders.
You will be the first point of contact for all enquiries relating to the ACFF and will be required to help maintain the day-to-day administrative operation of the charity, as well as administration of key high-profile meetings/visits, events, and conferences, and organising travel for key Alliance figures. The post will involve collating information from the international ACFF Chapters and working with various key stakeholders to maintain momentum and communication across the Chapters, members network and other ACFF stakeholders. The post will also focus on the maintenance and development of the ACFF Website and Social media channels, as well as communication with ACFF stakeholders and the public both through digital and traditional means.
The ACFF's mission is to stop dental caries (tooth decay) initiation and progression, and to move towards a cavity-free future by working with stakeholders to build on existing initiatives, and to adopt comprehensive strategies for caries prevention and management. They do this by working with 28 Chapters across the world, as well as a network of individual members, member organisations and partners.
Skills, knowledge, and experience
Good standard of education - A-level standard
Proven, strong administrative and organisational skills -ability to multitask and prioritise, work independently and as part of a team
Excellent IT skills, including experience of using Microsoft packages - Word, Excel, Power point, and Adobe products.
Proven ability to comprehend and communicate clearly and precisely, and be able to adapt methods and tactics of communication in order to address the needs of different stakeholder groups.
Knowledge of multiple social media platforms including Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube.
Innovative, and keen problem-solving skills.
Good attention to detail, with high levels of accuracy and excellent presentation.
Ability to quickly acquire working knowledge of specialist subject areas.
Ability to develop and maintain strong relationships with a variety of international stakeholders.
Capable of effective remote working, with access to appropriate technology and devices.
- Experience working in a non-profit organisation
- Strong Numeracy skills - experience using equations in excel, compiling detailed budget spreadsheets and basic financial management.
- Experience of committee servicing- taking minutes, preparing meeting papers etc.
This role will be London based, with the requirement for the successful candidate to be able to operate out of King's Guy's Campus (SE1). However, all operations during at least the early part of 2021 will be remote, and successful candidates will be required to work from home, travelling in occasionally when required.
We plan for interviews to be conducted remotely via Zoom, during the week of the 7th December 2020, with a view to the new role being in place as early in 2021 as is feasible pending notice requirements.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.