This is an exciting opportunity to undertake a brand new role with the FSI. We are looking for an energetic and motivated Project Officer: Marketing and Communications, with excellent social media skills, marketing knowledge and experience of managing events to join our growing team. This is an opportunity to become part of a vibrant team and a small charity that supports thousands of small charities across the UK.
The ideal candidate will have:
Strong experience of a range of social media channels
Event management experience
Strong interest in the charity sector
The FSI exists to support small charities right across the UK with free learning, advice and resources to enable their organisations to grow and contribute to building better communities for everyone.
Any application without a CV and Supporting Statement that addresses each of the person specification criteria will not be considered.
Interviews will be held on Wednesday 25th September 2019
Are you a Health Content professional looking to make an impact on the work of the British Heart Foundation?
We're recruiting for a new Head of Health Content to lead and grow our highly capable Health Content function which provides high quality and innovative information services to people affected by heart and circulatory disease and those caring for them.
About the role
You'll build on our award winning patient information and Heart Matters Magazine portfolio, as well as our evidence based best practice portfolio for healthcare professionals, whilst also exploring and testing new, innovative ways of improving our information and supporting our offer in health and care settings.
You'll be a key part of our Senior Management team and will work with colleagues across the BHF, in particular in marketing and communications, as we explore new ways to reach more people, with greater impact, involving more people in their heart and circulatory health and care and in the work of the BHF. Ultimately this will improve health outcomes and help ensure that the BHF strengthens its position as the nation's heart charity.
You'll have a professional qualification in content production, journalism, creative writing or media studies or equivalent experience as well as digital fluency with a contemporary understanding of how the digital environment can be optimised to deliver content.
With demonstrable experience of producing high quality content in a multimedia format for diverse audiences you'll have experience of producing content on a diverse range of subjects despite not having expert knowledge of those subjects (for example content on types cardiovascular disease or medical research).
To succeed in this role you'll have the following skills and experience:
* Excellent communication, presentation and influencing skills, including with stakeholders at very senior levels
* Strategic analytical skills, able to frame problems and solutions in a logical fashion
* A high degree of empathy and compassion for patient and public issues
* The ability to embrace and deal with ambiguity and complexity and to be open to creativity in leading and bringing about effective change
* Strong leadership skills, with the ability to motivate and support a team with a wide range of professional backgrounds
When you work at the British Heart Foundation, you become a part of medical history. Part of a world leading organisation that has played a role in decades of life saving breakthroughs, from heart transplants and pacemakers to stents and clot busting drugs. And we're not about to stop any time soon. We are here to beat heartbreak forever. To stop heart and circulatory diseases devastating families. And if you want to help us get there sooner, you could be the Head of Health Content we need.
How to apply
To apply for this role please click through to our website for further details. Our process involves submitting your CV and a supporting statement, which should outline your interest and explain how you meet the role criteria.
British Heart Foundation recognises and respects the value and diversity of all.