The role: This role is crucial to help us realise our ambitions of supporting more young people with their social action projects and system change activities, packaging up and delivering training outside London and for scaling our impact and reach.
The Communications and Campaigns Manager is responsible for:
- Co-designing and delivering our communications strategy: working with the whole team (including with teenagers and young adults engaged with the charity) to develop and deliver a new and successful campaigns and communications strategy that promotes the organisation's work and also supports projects and income generation initiatives.
- Supporting business growth: meeting personal and organisational marketing and communications targets and business and income generation objectives.
- Reinforcing organisational culture: building and maintaining an empathic, positive and relational culture within the organisation with strong, clear, and consistent internal and external communications that reflect our values and the voices of our Young Partners ad team.
- Advancing our mission through communications: ensuring that the organisation's communications are of the highest quality and that they support and advance our charitable objectives.
Who we are looking for: We’re looking for a creative individual who is able to empathise with and support young people to influence change. An energetic and ambitious person who wants to contribute their time, passion and positive energy to our mission! Is this you?
- You are passionate about social justice, and utilising your creativity, communications, campaigning and marketing skills and experience to really make a difference
- You have excellent inter-personal skills, are values-led, with a high level of social and emotional intelligence.
- You are empathic, fair and kind, and can relate to and connect with people from a wide range of backgrounds and experiences.
- You will relish the challenge and autonomy this role presents, and getting involved with all aspects of a young and growing charity.
- You are excited about coproduction and the opportunity to work alongside young people, sharing decisions and budgets.
- You enjoy working as part of a team, and can get on board with ‘consent-based decision making’ in an organisation.
- You are ambitious, looking for somewhere you can grow and build your career, and you thrive working in fast paced environments where you can influence growth and innovation.
How to Apply: Please read the Applicant Pack attached for a full role description and person specification and send a CV and cover letter (two pages maximum) telling us about yourself and what you could bring to Peer Power in this role. Please make it clear in your application how you meet the essential and desirable criteria, highlighting your areas of strength and areas of the role you would look to outsource.
Please indicate the date at which you are available to start and/or your notice period for your current role.
Deadline – Sunday, 14 February 2021 at midnight.
Possible Interview date (TBC): Tuesday, 23 February 2021