Stakeholder Communications Officer
Salary: £26,328 per annum
Tenure: permanent, full time
Location: Hybrid working – 2 days in the office each week (Westminster, SW1P 2AF)
Closing Date: 9TH December (this may be extended or shortened based on volume of applications)
We’re looking for a Stakeholder Communications Officer to help achieve our vision of London alive with nature, where everyone can experience and enjoy wildlife. No one day will be the same; from working on multi-level campaigns to designing digital and printed communications to share Trust activities. We’re looking for an efficient worker adept at managing multiple projects and most importantly multiple stakeholders’ needs.
Work alongside internal stakeholders to help them define their marketing and comms objectives, building strong relationships as you go.
Tell compelling stories about our work and its impact, increasing engagement and awareness and supporting income generation.
Support the development and delivery of London Wildlife Trust’s marketing and communication strategy, including digital and social, press and print media.
What’s in it for you?
Salary: £26,328 per annum
Tenure: Permanent, full time contract
- 25 days annual leave pro rata plus statutory holidays
- Pension scheme
- Access to a free Employee Assistance Scheme to support you inside and outside of work
- Supportive and inclusive policies including a family-friendly policy and enhanced flexible working policy
- ‘Staff Day’ once a quarter where you can get involved in conversation work on one of our sites
Our ideal Stakeholder Communications Officer
- Experience working in a communications role in a complex organisation with multiple work streams
- Ability to create simple design documents (adhering to brand guidelines) using Adobe InDesign
- High standard of writing copy for various audiences, with experience in preparing marketing and promotional material for all media
- Demonstrable experience of using social media channels (including social media scheduling platforms), creating content and responding to comments both positive and negative
- Experience using CMS platforms to update and maintain complex websites
- Strong project management skills, with the ability to prioritise and manage a full workload with competing deadlines
(Please see job description for full person specification)
Does this sound like you? We’d love to hear from you!
Our vision is a London alive with nature, where everyone can experience and enjoy wildlife. In order to achieve our goal of engaging everyone in protecting London’s wildlife for the future, we know that our staff team needs to better reflect and represent all of London’s communities. Therefore we particularly welcome applicants who identify as being from a Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic background, and disabled people, as these groups are currently under-represented at London Wildlife Trust.
Our efforts extend beyond recruitment. Our policies are designed to support our people including an enhanced Flexible Working policy and an inclusive Talent policy which includes our commitment to giving fair opportunities to ex-offenders.
Read more about London Wildlife Trust’s commitment to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion on our website.