NAPAC exists to support adult survivors of abuse in childhood. The harm caused by abuse does not end in childhood. Many adult survivors experienced a range of mental and physical health impacts, including complex post-traumatic stress disorder, eating disorders, and depression. Being supported by a trauma-informed service can be pivotal.
NAPAC believes all survivors have the right to access support for their recovery to lead happier and more fulfilled adult lives – this role is a chance for you to help us reach more people.
We are seeking a creative and resilient Digital Communications Officer to join our friendly team in London. The Digital Communications Officer is a new contract role to support NAPAC’s internal and external communication and engagement activities. They will bring new skills to the team, lead the day-to-day management of NAPAC’s social media, and be a key contributor to developing materials for use online and in print. Overall, they will have a commitment to supporting survivors, to clear and ethical communications, and be looking for a uniquely challenging and rewarding role.
Salary: £25,200 pa pro rata, with hourly rate arrangements possible
Hours: 21 per week (0.6 FT), worked flexibly but to include Monday mornings and Friday afternoons
Contract: three months (rolling, dependent on funding)
Closing date for applications: Wednesday 5 May April 2021
Interview Dates: Monday 10 and Tuesday 11 May 2021, in London (in person or video)
Application is by CV and covering letter.
Please email your CV and covering letter, each up to two pages, using the job description as a guide.