- Team: Communications
- Salary: 30000
- Location: Flexible. This role will be required to travel to our London HQ at least once a month, but can work flexibly as per Bite Back 2030’s hybrid working policy.
About Bite Back 2030
Be part of the creative and agile team behind Bite Back 2030’s exceptional teenage activists. Join us as our new Communications Manager and contribute to a 10-year journey to help make the food system healthier and fairer and achieve our goal of halving childhood obesity by 2030.
We believe young people are the key voice in driving this change in our food system, and are growing a movement of young people to raise their voice and drive impact. In the past two years, our National Youth Board — including incredible campaigners like Christina and Dev — have won campaigns to extend free school meals during the holiday, end junk food advertising online and before 9pm on TV, and to improve the quality of school food.
Biteback is strongly committed to a policy of Equal Employment Opportunity and is determined to ensure that no applicant or employee receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of gender, age, disability, religion, belief, sexual orientation, marital status, or race, or is disadvantaged by conditions or requirements which cannot be shown to be justifiable.
Purpose of the Role
We are seeking a new Communications Manager to drive our ambitious communications plans as we scale our movement across the country.
The Communications Manager will report to our Senior Communications Manager and be responsible for leading on direct communications campaigns, and supporting a range of internal and external communications across our growing organisation.
Key responsibilities and outcomes
The Communications Manager will have an eye for detail and deliver communications which inspire audiences to take action. Key responsibilities include:
Develop and deliver direct communications campaigns, which connect external audiences with our core aims, inspiring them to play their part in transforming food systems to protect child health
Work closely with the Senior Communications Manager to support media engagement activity, including creating press releases, developing key lines/responses and compiling briefing documents
Provide support and guidance to teams across Bite Back to create powerful written materials which are on-brand and on-message, including presentations, promotional information and training resources
Take a leading role on producing internal communications at our growing organisation, working closely with our People and Alumni Manager to make sure all staff are well-informed and engaged with activity taking place across the country
Provide ongoing management of our internal newsletter for staff, Youth Board members and Trustees, coordinating exciting content on a weekly basis that brings us closer together as one team, celebrates successes and sparks action
Work as part of a team to support the delivery of events
Application deadline: 9 am, 25 July
Interview date: Interviews will take place online, 1st August