Would you like to make the most of short and precious lives to Children and Families across this South West?
In this exciting new post, your work really will make a difference by creating content to communicate our mission, raise awareness and promote fundraising to families, supporters, donors, volunteers and staff.
Location: Bristol, Barnstaple or St Austell
Job type: Part time, Permanent, 22.5 hours per week
Salary: £22,311 to £25,583 per annum (pro rata)
You will join us as a Creative Copywriter and will have the opportunity to use your passion for storytelling and love of writing, whether technical or creative, to help develop and evolve the CHSW tone and style of our communications and create engaging content that connects with our audiences across digital and print platforms. In this varied role you will be involved in a range of projects and marketing work across all areas within the Charity.
By entering into this role, you will become part of a successful team of passionate and dedicated marketeers whilst working within in a lovely friendly environment.
To be successful you will have been working in a marketing team producing creative and original content and are able to demonstrate your understanding and successful delivery in writing for different target audiences on multiple platforms.
Naturally you will have excellent attention to detail and proof reading skills, as well as being proficient in the use of Microsoft Office suite. You will enjoy interacting with others and interpreting their message into exciting and engaging content.
Why work for Children’s Hospice South West:
Contributory pension scheme, group life insurance scheme, free car parking, generous leave entitlement, enhanced sick pay scheme, family friendly policies, commitment to training and development, excellent working environment, occupational health, wellbeing and counselling services, green Agenda, 96% of staff agree that they enjoy the work they do for the Charity.
Closing Date: 26th January 2020
Anticipated interview date: 5th February 2020
You may have experience of the following: Copywriter, Creative Copywriter, Marketing Communications, Marketing Manager, Marketing Assistant, Content Editor, Journalist, Journalism, PR Officer, Public Relations, Marcoms, Press Officer, Charity, Charities, NFP, Not for Profit, Third Sector, etc.
Under the Equality Act 2010 employers have a duty to make reasonable adjustments where, compared to a non-disabled person, a disabled person is substantially disadvantaged by either the working arrangements (which include the recruitment process) or the working environment. If you have a disability it is a good idea to contact CHSW direct to discuss any arrangements that you may require to allow you to complete the application and attend interview if you are short-listed.
You are invited to complete the equality monitoring information. The information will be treated as confidential to be used for statistical purposes only and will not be treated as part of your application.
CHSW is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and all employees must obtain an enhanced DBS disclosure.