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Join Our Team as an Internal Communications Officer
At Change Grow Live, a national health and social care charity committed to empowering individuals, we're on the lookout for an enthusiastic Internal Communications Officer. This exciting role provides an opportunity for a skilled communications professional to improve the experiences of our dedicated staff and volunteers across England, Wales, and Scotland.
Location and Flexibility:
This role is remote, offering flexibility and inclusivity. Whether you're based in England, Wales, Scotland, or anywhere else in the UK, we welcome your application.
Occasional travel to Change Grow Live sites will be necessary, and depending on your proximity to our local offices, you may choose to work from an office.
Hours: 37.5 pw
About Change Grow Live:
As a charity that believes in people and their potential, we facilitate positive transformations in tens of thousands of lives daily. Our passionate staff is at the heart of making this impactful change happen.
As our Internal Communications Officer, you will be responsible for the development, management, and ownership of the internal communications function within our dynamic charity. You will also create and implement communication plans for a diverse range of projects, taking charge of internal channels and ensuring our staff and volunteers are well-informed and engaged in organisational initiatives.
What We Value:
We take pride in our friendly and energising work environment. At Change Grow Live, we are open, bold, and compassionate.
We celebrate diversity and believe in the power of inclusion.
Your unique perspective and skills will be appreciated and embraced by our supportive team.
Join Us in Making a Difference:
If you are a highly organised and efficient communicator with a passion for enhancing experiences through clear communication, we want you!
Embrace the opportunity to be a part of a team that values your contribution and supports your success in this exciting new role.
Your journey to making a positive impact on the lives of others starts here.
Salary Range (pro rata if part time)
CGL points 29 to 33 (£32,685.28 - £36,635.37)
ILW / OLW /Fringe
N/A - Outside London Weighting Area
We believe that having diverse people working as part of our team makes us the organisation that we are.
We actively encourage applications from people from all backgrounds to help us to provide the best possible experience for the people who use our services and to make Change Grow Live a great place to work. If you have any feedback on our recruitment processes (good or bad) we’d love to hear from you so that we can make sure they are fair and we attract and recruit the best, most diverse workforce possible.
The safety of vulnerable children, young people and adults is our absolute priority. We will support you in your role to make sure that you are equipped to support the safety of people who use our services and those around them, to the highest standard possible.
We are pleased to announce that we are hiring for two new positions within Development Trusts Association Wales:
- Communications Officer (£28,000 FTE, 0.6 / 3 days pw)
- Procurement and Social Value Officer (£28,000 FTE, 0.6 / 3 days pw)
By joining DTA Wales you will have the chance to affect big change. People work for us if they believe in the power of community, social enterprise and local action. An interest in policy is welcome, but a passion for practical action is paramount.
We are seeking a skilled and adaptable communications professional to deliver engaging communications support for both DTA Wales and our Egin programme. We need someone who excels at telling stories to convey the power of community action through a range of platforms and content types, including newsletters, social media, case studies and our online community platform hosted on Hivebrite. You must be fluent in Welsh for this role.
Deadline: midday Wednesday 6th March, interviews 12th and 13th March
PROCUREMENT AND SOCIAL VALUE OFFICER
DTA Wales is looking for someone who is an excellent communicator and facilitator, who can put procurement into practice to help social enterprises explore contracts as a means of sustainable income. That person will need to think outside the box to support our ongoing project delivery as well as help develop sustainable paid-for services for members and others to access (to help sustain the role). Experience of brokering conversations with Local Authorities and demonstrating social value, as well as an understanding of consortia would be helpful.
This role sits across several projects, and will involve a range of direct delivery.
Deadline: midday March 13th 2024, interviews 19th and 20th March
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.