Based in our London office when restrictions lift, with homeworking available (subject to meeting homeworking assessment requirements)
Too many people miss out on the essential rehabilitation they need after major events like strokes and heart attacks, or to manage a condition such as arthritis and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
You might be one of those people.
One in four people in the UK now live with a long-term health condition, so the chances are you at least know someone whose quality of life could be improved through better care outside of hospital.
We are working tirelessly to deliver change – and now we need your help to make it happen.
We’re looking for a talented Strategic Communications Manager to work on our community rehabilitation influencing programme.
You need to be a problem-solver, able to create a plan with tactics to target different audiences and political influencers. You also need to be interested in, and able to write and create, high quality content.
You need strong stakeholder relationship skills - because as part of the Community Rehabilitation Alliance we helped form we work with nearly 50 other partner organisations.
You should have an excitement for communicating using digital platforms, but have a sound grounding across other disciplines to work with our talented teams through the organisation.
With previous extensive experience of successfully managing a significant health or social care campaign or similar type of experience, you will have in-depth knowledge of how to use digital and non-digital campaigns to influence behaviour and effect policy changes.
The ability to communicate at all levels and to a range of audiences in a compelling and authentic way is essential, so you will need to have the skills necessary to analyse data and produce reports to substantiate your message.
You will be able to work collaboratively across the organisation and will offer support to colleagues and the accountable Assistant Director, to enable them to use qualitative and quantitative data to gain insight into the audience.
Finally, you will have the courage to take risks, follow through on what you say you will deliver, be open to learning and looking for an organisation with a culture where all of that is encouraged.
The CSP is the professional, educational and trade union body for the 60,000 Chartered Physiotherapists, support workers and students in the UK; and one of the largest representative bodies in healthcare. We are proud to have been awarded the 2021 Best Companies One to Watch accreditation.
At the CSP our goal is to create a culture which is characterised by innovation, respect, encouragement, passion and teamwork. We all strive for continuous improvement and to be the best at everything we do. We aspire to work in a way that embodies our values of learning, courage, inclusive and integrity. Our shared values are part of our organisational DNA and reflect the expectations we have of ourselves and others. They guide what we do and how we do it to have the greatest impact for our members.
We offer an excellent benefits package, including 27 days’ annual leave plus bank holidays, Christmas office closure between 25th December to 1st January and generous pension scheme.
For further information and details of how to apply, please visit our website, via the link.
The website will be temporarily closed between the 8th-10th October due to system maintenance. CVs will not be accepted.
Closing date: 10am, 18 October 2021.
Interview date: 4 November 2021.
The CSP is committed to equality of opportunity and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.
We would be happy to discuss with shortlisted candidates flexible working arrangements that suit the needs and preferences of candidates as well as the business needs of the organisation.