We are hiring a Communications Officer. Please see the full job description and person specification below. For your application or if you have any questions email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Salary: £31,000 (pro rata)
Hours: Part time15 hours per week
Pension: 5% of salary paid by company
Contract: 12-month contract
Annual Leave: 25 days per annum, plus 8 public holidays (pro rata)
Location: London or remote working possible
Application: Closing Date – Wednesday 2nd November
Please send in a current CV and a maximum two-sided covering letter detailing why you feel you are a perfect fit for this role, including examples of how your experience demonstrates you meet all the essential person specifications, as well as most of those detailed as ideal.
- Please indicate your last hourly/annual salary
- Please indicate your earliest start date should you be successful.
To apply or if you have any questions email: email@example.com
The Communications Officer will: Be responsible for elements of Feeding Britain’s internal and external communications.
- Writing and distributing Feeding Britain’s regular email bulletin including good practice, news and events.
- Managing Feeding Britain’s website content and social media pages including content development, sharing of relevant information and responding to contacts.
- Disseminating findings and good practice from our projects including through written papers, blogs and webinars.
- Leading the organisation of Feeding Britain network gatherings, both online and in person.
- Working closely with the Feeding Britain Project Manager and National Director on all of the above.
- Feeding Britain.
- Excellent communication skills – both written and verbal.
- An ability to tailor content for different audiences and to distil and communicate complex information.
- Highly motivated with an ability to work well independently and as part of a small team.
- Organised, efficient and able to balance many competing priorities.
- Some previous work experience in a communications-focused role