£52,000 per year
Contract, Maternity cover – 12 months interim role, Full-time
Job description

Head of Marketing, Digital and Communication

(Maternity cover – 12 months interim role)

Salary: £52,000 per annum + Benefits 

Location: Remote working

Hours: Full time (37.5 hours per week)

Start date – mid-late July 2022


This is an exciting time to be joining SeeAbility! We’re about to launch a new 5 year strategy with ambitious goals to support more people to live independently and to participate and contribute as equal citizens in an inclusive society.


Our success will depend on raising awareness of SeeAbility’s work so that we can reach and impact the lives of many more people, attract talented colleagues and inspire communities to volunteer and fundraise for our charity.


As the strategic lead for all marketing including digital, and external communications, this role reports into the Executive Director of Innovation and Social Impact and manages a small and high performing team. You will be responsible for defining and achieving a clear strategy for campaigns and communications to all external stakeholders, working across platforms to grow reach and engagement.


Your team will support marketing, design and content creation across the charity, covering a wide variety of functions including those that deliver ambitious and specialist social care, recruitment, fundraising, volunteering as well as our innovative programmes around advocacy, supported employment and digital skills.


Ultimately, we will rely on your expertise to make all the difference to people we support so that they can live, love, thrive and belong as equal members of their communities.


Your responsibilities

  • Modelling inclusive leadership, you will ensure a learning and supportive culture for your team and one that champions wellbeing and celebrates their many achievements.
  • Responsible for leadership, performance and direction of the Marcomms team.
  • As part of SeeAbility’s Leadership Group, taking a key role in collaborating to deliver our 5 year strategy and building a one team culture.
  • Working across teams within SeeAbility and implementing an integrated marketing and communications strategy that will build external engagement, drive brand awareness and support the growth of income.
  • Working with all SeeAbility teams with an external output (including social care, recruitment, eye care, fundraising and our innovative programmes) to ensure marketing and external communications are coordinated within the above strategy, engagement is raised, and a good ROI is achieved.
  • Ensuring all of the charity’s communications promote the brand. Developing and embedding a coherent organisation-wide narrative that tells the story of what SeeAbility does and is trying to achieve over the strategy period.
  • Managing the copywriting process for a wide breadth of material including the yearly impact and annual reports, briefings for key stakeholders, stories, articles, campaigns and newsletters.
  • Supporting the digital marketing manager to maximise SeeAbility’s ability to reach audiences digitally across the marketing mix. You must be skilled in digital marketing to provide strategic input and support where needed.
  • Ensuring all digital provision including website and social media content promotes the brand and our reputation. Be able to use the website Contents Management System to make timely changes to material where needed.
  • Providing strategic management of the team’s workload, prioritising and scheduling activities and directing the allocation of work to meet deadlines for multiple marketing activities across a variety of teams.
  • Leading on all crisis communications for the charity, preparing proactive and reactive media lines, drafting press releases and pitching ideas to the press – print, digital and TV where required. Manage SeeAbility’s media strategy and relationships and develop relationships with media partners for marketing purposes.
  • Approving production of media releases/statements, briefing materials, video and audio and features material.
  • Acting as spokesperson for the organisation, when required.
  • Building relationships with third party partners to maximise the organisation's effectiveness and reach.
  • Managing the marketing and communication budget. Maintaining good relationships with key partners and contractors.


  • Assist in maintaining a safe working environment and follow the requirements of SeeAbility’s Health and Safety Manual (policies and procedures) and any codes of set working practices.
  • Carry out other duties commensurate with this post as requested by the Executive Director of Innovation and Social Impact.
  • Liaise effectively and efficiently with other departments and SeeAbility locations, undertaking tasks as required to support requests.
  •  Provide confidentiality at all times, working appropriately with sensitive documentation and in line with GDPR regulation.
  • Adhere to all relevant regulatory guidelines.



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Refreshed on: 07 June 2022
Closed date: 22 June 2022 at 23:59
Tags: Marketing, Digital

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