We need a part-time Communications Officer!
If you are someone with strong communications skills and can communicate with people of all backgrounds, this role may be for you. You will raise the profile of the charity though campaigns across various platforms and venues, develop informative and effective content and draw on your strategic knowledge of different media platforms and branding principles.
This is a core role in the Healthwatch Lambeth Team. You will work closely with the Engagement Team to support them as they involve especially older people, people with mental health needs and children and young people.
This position requires excellent interpersonal skills to:
- Design and develop high quality, accessible communications and promotional material that will encourage diverse groups to engage with Healthwatch Lambeth.
- Network, build trust and develop relationships with diverse partners including residents, service users and carers, voluntary organisations and service providers, and communications colleagues in other local organisations.
- Market and raise the profile of Healthwatch Lambeth as the people’s champion in health and social care using for instance social media, engagement events, outreach activities, and design and publication of newsletters.
Healthwatch Lambeth is the independent champion for local people who need and use health and social care services. We believe that for health and social care to really work for people, the views and experiences of people who use services, and people who for various reasons struggle to access them, must be fully considered. Our role is to gather and make use of the widest range of views so that local voices are taken seriously by commissioners and services.
We work to make sure decisions about services take proper account of what’s really happening to people who need to benefit. Promoting equality and fairness and reducing the inequalities and discrimination some people experience in services is at the heart of our work.
We are a small, skilled team, who, along with a thriving network of at least 20 active volunteers, engage the public in innovative and effective ways and carry out high-quality social research.
PLEASE NOTE THAT WE DO NOT ACCEPT CVs. You need to download and complete our application form and email it to us by 11:30pm on Sunday 31st July 2022. Please click on the 'Quck Apply' button.
For more information, contact Natalia Sali, Engagement Manager. Her contact details are on our website.
Interviews will be held online week commencing 8th August 2022.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.