Communications Officer– City Bridge Trust
£36,060 - £40,750 inclusive of inner London weighting
City Bridge Trust (CBT) is a vibrant, innovative funder supporting charitable activity across London. Our vision is for London to be a city where everyone can thrive. We aim to reduce inequality and grow stronger, more resilient and thriving communities for a London that serves everyone.
We award multi-year grants to charitable organisations, provide non-financial support to grant holders, manage a social investment fund and model higher-impact, higher-value philanthropy.
We are looking to recruit a Communications Officer to help improve our internal information and understanding with our Trustee and raise our profile externally with our audiences and stakeholders.
This is a truly exciting time to join CBT. We are growing in number and ambition, are about to embark on an ambitious digital uplift and proactively kickstart some influencing initiatives. You will work closely with our Impact and Learning Team to identify opportunities to use evidence and learning to contribute to lasting change, as well as independently taking on some new projects. You will be flexible and innovative to help us adapt at pace, particularly as we address London’s new challenges and heightened inequalities as a result of the Covid-19 crisis.
You’ll be passionate and experienced in telling stories about London’s civil society sector and bring a strong understanding of how to package compelling information for the right target audience. You will be curious, a proactive learner, and have a sharp eye for detail. Like the rest of the team, you’ll be motivated to adopt an equitable approach to Communications that considers questions of diversity, equity and inclusion.
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The closing date for applications is 12 noon on Monday 25 January 2021.
Interviews will be held remotely via Microsoft Teams in early February 2021 – date to be confirmed.
City Bridge Trust is values-based and welcomes applications from all sectors and from people with a passion for the community or voluntary sector. Equality, diversity and inclusion is as important in our staff and governance as it is in our grant-making. We support flexible working and job-shares. We are a Disability Confident employer and positively welcome applications from disabled people.