Communications and Health Information Coordinator
12-month fixed-term contract
Salary: c.£22,000 - £24,000 per annum
Full time – 37.5 hours per week
Closing date: 23rd September 2019
Interviews: 3rd October 2019
An exciting opportunity for a Communications and Health Information Coordinator has arisen at World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF).
WCRF champions the latest and most authoritative scientific research from around the world on cancer prevention and survival through diet, weight and physical activity, so that we can empower people to make informed lifestyle choices to reduce their cancer risk.
We are seeking a Communications and Health Information Coordinator who will be responsible for running WCRF’s social media channels as well as supporting the development of WCRF’s Communications and Health Information teams. This is a very varied role that offers a great opportunity to work across two teams and develop a range of different skills.
We are looking for someone with experience of running social media channels for an organisation, as well as having strong communication skills both written and verbal.
You will have experience of using databases and have excellent knowledge of IT packages such as Microsoft Office, including Excel. The successful candidate will also have experience of being responsible for a range of administrative duties.
If you are interested in this role and feel you possess the necessary requirements, please submit a current CV and covering letter (maximum 2 pages) by the closing date. You must have current right to work in the UK.
Please note: Your cover letter should highlight how your skills and experience will benefit WCRF UK and equip you for the role.
Due to the high volume of applications we receive, we are only able to provide feedback to shortlisted candidates. If you do not hear from us within 14 days of the closing date, please assume your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion.
Salary: For the most experienced candidates we can offer a salary in excess of £35k
Working hours: Full time (35 hours per week)
Contract: Full-time, Permanent
Benefits: 32 days annual leave + bank holidays per year, flexi-time, flexi-working, career-average pension scheme, interest free season ticket loans and occasional working from home
Location: Central London (Baker Street)
*** No agencies or consultancies – we are looking for an experienced individual ***
We are looking for an experienced, adaptable, highly motivated and outcome-focused individual to join our small but business-critical digital and communications team at the Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE), an independent charity that produces informational resources, and provides training and consultancy services to the health and care workforce.
First and foremost, we are looking for the right type of individual, someone who is interested in the vision and values of the organisation, and translating this into digital outcomes.
Our digital presence, and in particular our main website is central to the business. It serves as an informational resource for the health and care workforce, disseminating best practice guidance, and is vital to marketing our commercial training and consultancy services.
We have invested heavily in our website, and are proud of our 2.8m users (4.1m sessions) per year, but know we need to focus our efforts more on maintaining and improving on these figures.
We believe content-is-king, and great digital content and resources are central to growing our reputation, reach and customer-base.
We are looking for a creative and deadline-focused digital content developer to:
- work with stakeholders to produce our practical and influential online resources for people who work in the health and social care sector.
- project manage the production of well-targeted publications, and digital resources, from inception to delivery, on time and within budget.
- manage, re-purpose and develop content for digital-based resources and services.
- design and implement digital structures for content-rich non-digital publications, aiming to maximise the usability, accessibility and findability of our resources which are made fully available as HTML digital resources
- build digital resources online, including using raw, hand-coded, HTML as part of the digital production process.
You will have at least three years’ commercial experience of managing, re-purposing and developing content for, and working on, high-profile, public-facing, content-rich websites or digital services.
How to apply:
To show interest in this role, please click apply online and include the following details:
- full curriculum vitae (CV)
- covering letter explaining why you would be ideal for this role
- notice period in your current role
We will be operating a rolling recruitment programme, so you are urged to apply as soon as possible.
You may be asked to take a HTML test and/or attend an interview, which would take place at SCIE's offices in Baker Street, London.
Please make sure that you have enclosed all the relevant documents with your application.
SCIE is a Disability Confident Employer. We value diversity in our workforce and are committed to equal opportunities.
Reports to: Publishing Manager
Accountable to: Head of Digital and Communications
Line manages: N/A
- Project manage the production of well-targeted publications, and digital resources, from inception to delivery, on time and within budget.
- Manage, re-purpose and develop content for digital-based resources and services.
- Designing, and implementing digital structures for content-rich non-digital publications, aiming to maximise the usability, accessibility and findability of our resources which are made fully available as HTML digital resources
- Build digital resources online, including using raw, hand-coded, HTML as part of the digital production process.
- Ensure that all digital-based products and services are developed in-line with SCIE’s strategic objectives.
- Ensure that all work delivered is fit for purpose, usable and accessible, and in-line with key standards and legislation.
- Work within the Digital and Communications Team to project manage online resources to deadline and within budget
- Copyedit, proofread and design high-quality publications and digital resources, staying true to the SCIE brand
- Develop effective search engine optimised copy for the website
- Build practical and accessible web pages using raw, hand-coded, HTML
- Work with internal and external subject matter experts to develop our resources
- Manage agencies and external suppliers ensuring they deliver the agreed brief to quality, on time and within budget
- Offer content and design support to all areas of the organisation
- Ensure that digital-based resources adhere to the appropriate standards and legislation.
- Develop resources that are co-produced by people with lived experience of using health and social care services, respecting their knowledge and input
- Keep own professional expertise and knowledge up to date in order to make an informed contribution to the work of SCIE and other partner or client organisations.
- Other tasks as may be required, commensurate with the level of the post.
- To comply with SCIE’s policies and procedures, including equal opportunities and diversity, and to have a personal commitment towards their implementation.
- To learn about the work of SCIE and other partner or client organisations.
- To contribute to the development of service improvements through participation and involvement in team meetings, workshops, conferences and other groups.
- To work flexibly and respond positively to changing business needs.
- A clear commitment to working with people who use services and carers in a sensitive and non-judgmental way to facilitate positive working relationships
This job description describes the principal purpose and main elements of the job. It is a guide to the nature of the main duties as they currently exist but is not intended as a wholly comprehensive or permanent schedule of tasks.
- Minimum three years’ commercial experience of managing, re-purposing and developing content for digital-based resources and services.
- Minimum three years’ commercial experience of working on high-profile, public facing, content-rich websites or digital services.
- Extensive experience in designing, and implementing digital structures for content-rich non-digital publications, aiming to maximise the usability, accessibility and findability of our resources which are made fully available as HTML digital resources
- Extensive experience in using raw, hand-coded, HTML as part of the digital production process.
- Proven experience of developing engaging search engine optimised content
- Proven experience of developing audience-focused, fit-for-purpose content
- Experience of project managing the production of well-targeted publications, and digital resources, from inception to delivery, on time and within budget.
- Good copyediting and proofreading skills for both print and online resources
- Experience of managing external contractors (e.g. editors, designers, photographers, illustrators).
- Sound knowledge of, and self-supporting in a range of generic and specialist IT packages, including Microsoft Office (especially Microsoft Word), Content Management Systems, and version control systems.
- Educated to degree level in a related subject or substantial equivalent experience.
- Aptitude, abilities and skills
- Excellent project management skills with ability to organise workloads, meet deadlines and manage conflicting priorities.
- Excellent written communication skills, including copywriting, editing and proofreading, with a commitment to communicating clearly and in plain English.
- Excellent oral communication and negotiation skills, with the ability to engage and influence others, and to present ideas clearly and persuasively.
- Understanding of the digital and publishing accessibility needs of a wide range of stakeholders, for example, of people with visual impairments, people with learning disabilities and so on.
- Understanding how to improve user experience through good web content design and structure
- Deep understanding of the importance of search engine optimised content
- Attention to detail in all your work.
- Willingness to learn new technologies and new ways of working
- Team-working skills.
- A clear understanding of, and commitment to, equal opportunities and diversity, integrity and a commitment to high standards of conduct.
- A demonstrable understanding of the importance of accessibility and usability in digital design and of the diverse needs and expectations of end users
- Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships and act as a resource to other staff.
- Capacity to work flexibly and to adapt to changing priorities and work under pressure.
- Experience of styling digital resources using CSS
- Understanding web software, syntax and technologies
- Experience of building rich eLearning resources using tools like Adapt, Articulate or equivalent.
- Experience of web stat and user tracking analysis using tools like Google Analytics
- Experience of video or animation scripting, production and editing
- Experience of image manipulation
- Experience of developing publications for PDF and print distribution
- Experience at e-bulletin content design and development
- Working knowledge of design software like InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator
Aptitude, abilities and skills
- Experience of using free high-quality content as part of a content strategy aimed at selling commercial resources and services
- Knowledge and understanding of user and acceptance testing processes and methodologies.
- Knowledge and understanding of new media and social networking technologies
- Appropriate vocational qualification.
- Knowledge of the social care sector.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
As part of our small, friendly team, you will plan, create and deliver communications across various print and digital channels, with a strong focus on creative storytelling and interaction with our active community.
You will spend most of your time on CLAPA’s vibrant social media pages and information-packed website, curating the safe, positive space we've created for people affected by cleft where difference is celebrated and the future is bright.
You will encourage our community to engage with our work and share their stories, and you’ll use what you learn to help make our services and communications more accessible. You will be the link between CLAPA’s services and the people that need them the most, finding new and innovative ways to advertise events and opportunities through a variety of channels to reach the most appropriate audiences. A large amount of content must be planned for various channels over the course of the year in collaboration with the rest of the CLAPA team and volunteers, so excellent organisational skills and time management are essential.
As part of a small charity, you will have regular contact with every team at CLAPA and chances to use your creativity and communications skills in many different contexts. You'll need to be proactive, solution-focused and flexible, eager to build your skills and rise to varied challenges.
- Strong written and oral communication skills, with a passion for creative copywriting and storytelling.
- Excellent skills in customer service and community management
- Self-motivated, with the ability to work independently and with other staff to help communicate CLAPA’s work to the community.
- Proactively generating and editing content for a variety of channels, including CLAPA’s website, social media and print media. Planning and scheduling posts on CLAPA’s social media accounts (Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram)
- Managing and moderating CLAPA’s Facebook Groups and other social media accounts to develop our online community.
- Using CLAPA’s e-mail software to create and send mailings as required, including monthly e-newsletters.
- Creating graphics and copy for various CLAPA communications using templates, and creating new templates as required.
- Posting and promoting events, activities and opportunities as required by the Regional Team.
- Sourcing and cataloguing case studies, quotes and photos for use in promotional materials and in response to press requests.
- Arranging, conducting and writing up interviews with people involved in CLAPA’s work, including children and young people.
This position is ideal for an exceptional candidate just starting their career in communications or looking to make the switch to the charity sector.
Equal Opportunities & Safeguarding
CLAPA is an equal opportunities employer and we are committed to ensuring all applications are treated fairly. We monitor the demographics of applicants on the Application Form, but these questions are not mandatory and any answers will not be shared with the team shortlisting and interviewing candidates.
CLAPA is committed to safeguarding and ensuring the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults, and expects all employees and volunteers to share this commitment. The suitability of all prospective employees will be assessed during the recruitment process in line with this commitment.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
The Natural History Museum's purpose is to inspire a love of our natural world and to help unlock answers to the big issues facing humanity and the planet.
We are now embarking on a digital strategy to support this purpose and to significantly grow the number of people engaging with the Museum and its work. We aim to provide exceptional online experiences for everyone, from scientists to schools to those simply curious about nature.
This is why we are looking for a talented mid-weight Front-end Developer to work on the Museum's public-facing digital experiences.
What will you be doing?
You will work within the Digital Media Department, inside the iconic Natural History Museum in South Kensington, London. Our department is made up of cross-functional product teams consisting of developers, UX and digital designers, product managers and content producers. You will be expected to work closely within your product team and other departments across the Museum.
In addition to product work for the department, as the Development team we work on ongoing technical improvements for our multiple codebases, and you will be able to contribute to these.
As a department we are growing - and learning - and we would love for you to join us on our journey. We're looking for proactivity, collaboration, new ideas and opinions.
What are we looking for?
- A good understanding of build tools and package managers such as NPM, Grunt, Gulp or Webpack
- Experience working with RESTful APIs and data manipulation
- Good experience of integrating front-end and back-end codebases
- A good awareness of web performance, accessibility and web security best practices
- Experience using Git for version control
- Experience working with and developing for a range of different systems, platforms, devices and technologies including content management systems
- A good understanding of designing and building for user needs
You may also...
- Be interested in or have previously used Node, React, Vue, Angular and/or templating languages such as Handlebars
- Have an awareness or interest in front-end testing and automation
- Have experience working in an Agile/Lean environment (stand-ups, pair-programming, code reviews)
- Have an interest in UX and an understanding of visual design
What's in it for you?
- 27.5 days holiday plus 8 bank holidays
- Natural History Museum Pension Scheme (employee contribution 4%, employer contribution 8% - if you choose to contribute more than 4% of your salary the Museum will match up to a further 2%)
- Complimentary exhibition tickets to the Museum plus free admission to exhibitions and entrance fee to several other museums, galleries and institutions across the country, such as Kew Gardens, V&A and Tate
- Membership to the Civil Service Sports Council (for a small fee), which offers a range of benefits including a free digital Tastecard, discounted cinema tickets and corporate membership of English Heritage sites (including Dover Castle and Stonehenge). For more details, visit
- Membership to our Sports and Social Association (for a small fee), which includes access to our in-house gym and clubs such as football, softball and tennis and classes in Middle Eastern dance, yoga and Tai Chi
- Staff discounts at a range of local businesses and services
- Up to 50% staff discount at the Museum's shops and cafes
- Season ticket, bicycle and rental loans
- Child and eye care vouchers
Professional development opportunities
- Access to a range of courses to broaden your technical and personal skills
- The chance to work with other technical teams in the Museum
- Job-related professional membership fees
Closing date: 30 September 2019, 9.00am
How do you apply?
To apply and download a job pack please visit the musuem website
Trekstock has a growing supporter base, which requires an enthusiastic and passionate copywriter who is digitally savvy to join the team as Communications Officer. You will work closely with the CEO to provide exceptional communications across a wide range of digital platforms to grow Trekstock’s reach. The post holder will write, edit, coordinate and publish content across various channels including print and online marketing materials, e-newsletters, social media and the website.
WHAT WE’RE LOOKING FOR:
- A strong copywriter.
- Knowledge of digital marketing and social media.
- Someone who is keen to learn the ins and outs of charity communications and supporter engagement.
- Passion for the work of Trekstock.
- Amazing communication skills who understands what motivates our supporters.
- A super organised individual who’s proactive and comfortable taking the initiative with new innovative ideas and has excellent attention to detail.
- A team-player who’s up for getting stuck into new challenges and wants to work collaboratively with a small team.
As Trekstock’s Communications Officer you’ll play a key role in overseeing Trekstock’s external communications. You will use your copywriting skills to create strong online content, press releases, newsletters, manage our social media and help transform our digital marketing including paid ads and liaising with our agency who look after our charity Google AdWords. You will confidently liaise with external PR companies on all press enquires and marketing materials ensuring Trekstock’s brand guidelines are adhered to.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
I am working with a well-known Social Enterprise Not-For-Profit organisation who are looking to recruit a Communications Manager to join their friendly, sociable and hard-working team on an interim basis for a period of 6 months. They do intend to recruit to a permanent version of this role, which the successful candidate will be welcome to apply to.
This is a key role which manages all aspects of the organisation's communications and press work, driving the engagement. Here you will lead on developing and delivering integrated and inspiring communications, raising brand awareness and managing the organisation's reputation through improving stakeholder and audience engagement, including internal communications.
- Lead on developing and delivery of the organisation's communications strategy and plans - consulting with relevant stakeholders and colleagues to decide focus, priorities and key messages
- Provide high-quality and effective communications to the organisation's multiple stakeholders, helping to build support for their community & commercial activities
- Work alongside the Marketing Manager, creating engaging content for a variety of channels
- Drive press relations, including press releases and drafting lines to take, developing relationships with relevant editorial teams, journalists and influencers
- Lead on developing & updating their digital channels, including the website, social media and e-newsletters
- Regularly engage with stakeholders face-to-face by attending meetings, participating in outreach activities and representing the organisation at events
This role is ideal for those of you who are fully engaged with the organisation's goals, purpose and values as well as someone who has a proven track record of creating and delivering successful communications and public relations campaigns, with demonstrable copy-writing experience, including website and social media. If you have a proven track record of successful stakeholder engagement as well as a keen interest in local community, then we would like to hear from you.
Please e-mail your CV to [email protected] quoting the reference number - Ref: J71882AM - in the subject line.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Closing Date: ASAP
WDC, Whale and Dolphin Conservation, is the leading global charity dedicated to the conservation and protection of whales and dolphins. We defend these remarkable creatures against the many threats they face through campaigns, lobbying, advising governments, conservation projects, field research and rescue.
We are now looking for a full-time communications officer to join our UK campaigns and communications team based in Chippenham, Wiltshire to help develop and implement an integrated digital communications strategy that supports WDC fundraising, campaigns and policy work, and engages supporters and potential supporters. Reporting to the UK communications manager, you will be instrumental in developing and managing WDC’s busy social media activity, increasing impact and growing awareness of WDC and its work.
We are looking for a hard-working person with proven experience of developing and delivering digital communications plans, experience in the use of social media to support communications, marketing and/or fundraising functions, and a good understanding of digital platforms and social media (especially Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn).
The role requires solid copywriting skills, an eye for detail, creative thinking, commitment and enthusiasm for the cause. Some experience of media relations would also be desirable.
This is a full-time, permanent post.
Closing Date: 30th September 2019 - 3pm GMT.
Apply with CV and covering via the link below.
Applications received after the deadline will not be considered. Interviews will commence at the start of October.
NO AGENCIES PLEASE
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Do you want to put your creative eye and strategic mind to good use by building an ambitious digital communications and fundraising strategy for an enthusiastic and effective London charity? If that sounds up your street, we want to hear from you!
We are a long-standing charity supporting people in Newham (east London) and we enable local people to achieve positive change in their lives. We offer a wide range of services which give people the tools to address the challenges they are facing – whether they be homeless, need to learn English or get some advice or support with their wellbeing.
We do not have a communications or fundraising department, so this role is uniquely placed for the job holder to lead on the charity’s digital communications and digital fundraising strategies, working directly with the Chief Executive.
We are looking for someone with extensive knowledge of digital communications and online fundraising strategies who brings an appetite for creativity and enthusiasm for developing and implementing ambitious strategies to build our digital presence. We want someone to join us who will lead us to fulfil our potential to increase income generated by an improved digital presence.
Location: Renewal Programme office, 395 High St North, London, E12 6PG, some home working possible by mutual agreement
Hours: 20-25 hours a week, days and hours flexible and can be agreed upon appointment, may occasionally require evening or weekend work but time-off-in-lieu will be given.
Contract Term: 12 month fixed-term contract, with strong possibility of extension
Annual Leave: 28 days paid holiday a year, plus bank holidays, pro rata
Responsible for: Interns, apprentices, or freelancers, as and when
Reports to: Chief Executive
How to apply
Please review the Job Description and complete our Application Form. Send your completed Application Form together with an up-to-date CV to the email address stated on our website by 5pm, Friday 20 September.
Interviews and next steps
We have scheduled interviews for Friday 4 October 2019. We aim to contact all shortlisted candidates regarding the interview by the end of 27 September. We apologise that we cannot get back to everyone who applies. If you do not hear from us by 27 September, you can assume your application has not been successful.
Department: Data and Impact
Contract Duration: 12 months
Citizens Advice offers confidential advice online, over the phone, and in person, for free. Through our national network of charities, we give people the knowledge and the confidence they need to find their way forward – whoever they are, and whatever their problem. We helped 2.6 million people face to face, over the phone, by email and webchat, and people visited our online advice pages 25 million times. We help with everything from money issues to problems at work, housing to consumer rights. Now we want to do even more.
We are looking to recruit an Impact and Evaluation analyst to join our Impact and Data Team, with a specific lead on assessing and demonstrating the impact of the witness service delivered in courts by Citizens Advice.
This is a diverse and interesting role which will draw on your experience of either social research or evaluation to deliver high quality and robust insights.
You will be working to support, develop and deliver research and evaluation for funded projects and programmes.
You will need to demonstrate that you are an effective team player with a range of attributes including the ability to foster and maintain effective relationships with a range of internal and external stakeholders, great IT literacy; including the ability to use software to analyse and interpret data and communicate the findings clearly to a range of audiences.
We particularly welcome applications from disabled and Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) candidates as BAME and disabled people are currently under-represented throughout Citizens Advice. We are a member of the race equality campaign at Business in the Community, the Prince’s responsible business network and are committed to improving employment opportunities for ethnic minorities across the UK. We also welcome applications from, LGB and Trans and non binary candidates.
We have made a positive commitment to employing disabled people and guarantee to interview all disabled candidates who meet the minimum essential criteria for the role as set out in role profiles.
The Humane League UK is seeking a new team member to take on a part-time (4 days per week-Monday to Thursday), 12-month fixed term Campaign Coordinator role within our Campaigns Department. You should have a drive to create progressive change for millions of farmed animals and will be part of a small, high-impact team specialising in campaigning for corporate policy reform where constant learning and improvement are highly valued. You’ll need to be a quick learner and be ready to hit the ground running.
You must have experience volunteering (or working) for a campaigning group and be committed and aligned to the cause of The Humane League UK. A willingness to work independently, the ability to learn new tasks quickly and be tech and social media savvy are also requirements for this role. If you have experience managing your own projects and working remotely, this would also be beneficial.
This role will involve leading our secondary corporate campaigns as well as acting as an essential support to drive the success of our primary campaigns. You’ll learn how to exert pressure in just the right places to create change at a corporate level, and every day you’ll be part of a team working hard to dismantle factory farming.
You do not need professional experience as a campaigner, but you should be someone who considers themselves to have determination to change the world and a campaigner-spirit. While working with autonomy will be an important part of your role, strong collaboration skills will be paramount to your success in this role so you’ll need to be a team player and a great communicator. You’ll need to work closely with other team members to facilitate support for THL’s campaigns through external communications with our supporters and the general public, and via our volunteer network.
This is a part-time, remote position with occasional travel and you must be willing to work flexible working hours from time to time to facilitate street actions, protests and other campaign activities.
Running primarily digital corporate campaigns using a range of tools.
Researching targets, identifying campaign opportunities, building campaign content and coordinating campaign actions.
Providing essential logistical support for our primary campaigns to help facilitate offline campaign actions and protests.
Working closely with volunteer coordinators and the Communications Team to maximise volunteer and supporter involvement in campaigns.
Working closely with our Head of Campaigns and our Senior Campaigner to coordinate work across our various campaign areas.
Communicator: you are an exceptional communicator and can adapt to different tones and styles
Nimble: able to thrive in a decentralized, fast-paced team environment
Problem solver: relentless in the face of challenging campaigns and enthusiastic about solving problems
Collaborative: a team player that works well with others to get effective and efficient results
Quick learner: Confident at quickly learning to use new tools and systems
Independent: Can work autonomously on a range of varied tasks and projects, and takes the initiative doing whatever it takes to get the job done.
Our hiring process consists of a skills test and three interviews, held virtually.
All employees work remotely and are offered 25 days leave plus public holidays, internet reimbursement, government pension scheme and the collaborative environment at The Humane League!
The Humane League is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. Women, people of colour and people with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply. In compliance with laws and in furtherance of our commitment to fostering an environment that welcomes and embraces diversity, all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, colour, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, age, or veteran status.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Do you have an excellent eye for design and proven design and marketing skills? Are you skilled in marketing and designing and looking for a new opportunity? Would you like to develop your career in a caring and not-for-profit company, with proven business success and an established strong reputation nationally?
We are looking for a creative, hardworking and energetic professional to join our established and vibrant internal marketing team. Your main role will involve working alongside the marketing manager to plan, design and produce a wide range of marketing campaigns, supporting the team in achieving great outcomes. Experience working with Creative Cloud software to a good standard is essential.
The post holder will bring a refreshing yet proven marketing approach to our not-for-profit and creative community. We have a strong 27 year history of ensuring excellent service user satisfaction, empowerment and involvement in our work and, through added value activities, realise our core values and objectives on a day to day basis. We support thousands of dedicated staff in their important work across a range of social needs and celebrate their outcomes whilst raising awareness on social inclusion issues.
We require excellent communication skills both verbally and in writing, with a creative and opportunistic approach. We are looking for a candidate who is focused and has strong skills in completing projects and designing campaigns. You will be a forward thinking individual with a genuine understanding and commitment to the needs of vulnerable adults in our communities.
You will be working in a busy environment, working with many of our Head Office functions and our nationwide services to support them with their marketing requirements. A commercial background in marketing and also experience in health and social care is essential, as you will be expected to use this to take briefs from management teams, services and other Head Office teams to deliver the most effective form of communication.
Closing Date: 28 September 2019
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.