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NCSC Campaign Partnership Manager (Fixed Term - 12 months) Ref.2244

Employer
GCHQ.
Location
UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
24 Apr 2021

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Sector
Marketing & PR
Contract Type
Permanent
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Job Details

At GCHQ, diversity and inclusion are critical to our mission. To protect the UK, we need a truly diverse workforce that reflects the society we serve. This includes diversity in every sense of the word: those with different backgrounds, ethnicities, gender identities, sexual orientations, ways of thinking and those with disabilities or neurodiverse conditions. We therefore welcome and encourage applications from everyone, including those from groups that are under-represented in our workforce.

Short Summary of role

This is a unique opportunity to shape the partnership strategy for the UK's national cyber security campaign - Cyber Aware. The Cyber Aware campaign forms part of a wider set of initiatives being delivered across government to help keep individuals and businesses more secure online. As Campaign Partnership Manager, you will deliver a partner strategy that will help to build the profile of the Cyber Aware brand and campaign messages across the UK. You will identify and leverage relationships with influential brands and organisations across the public and private sectors, working closely with the NCSC Engagement team to ensure the campaign partner strategy delivers against the wider NCSC citizen strategy. You will identify partnership opportunities, initiate discussions, and negotiate and develop marketing plans to help deliver Cyber Aware messages through trusted and credible voices - to both consumers and small businesses. Adept at influencing and negotiating, you will establish a network of partners that will help drive behaviour change in cyber security.

What will the successful candidate be doing?

No two days will be the same. Key responsibilities include:
• Develop a campaign partnership strategy and partner wish list
• Identify and build on strategic campaign partnerships across the public and private sectors
• Actively look for opportunities to build the profile of the campaign among the Whitehall community
• Identify and manage relationships with other government departments and local authorities to maximise cross promotion opportunities
• Manage the relationship with delivery partners, providing information and materials to aid with the campaign delivery
• Feed in ideas for additional partner products and assets to help with campaign dissemination
• Manage and oversee brand activities across partner channels
• Work with partners to agree delivery plans and metrics, monitoring and evaluating brand reach and awareness, both online and offline
• Work with the NCSC media team to identify and maximise partner PR opportunities in support of the campaign
• Grow local engagement on social channels
• Analyse partner performance, providing inputs for campaign evaluation and suggesting strategies to improve

Who are we looking for?

Key responsibilities:

We take a flexible and positive attitude to how you get the job done. The following skills and experience are essential for this role:

1. You will be an experienced marketing and communications professional with demonstrable knowledge of government campaigns
2. You will have a proven track record in managing partners in support of campaign delivery with excellent stakeholder management experience
3. Understanding and experience of using a range of partner channels to support and amplify campaign activity
4. Excellent organisational skills, the ability to juggle multiple priorities and work under pressure to achieve results
5. Confident and resilient, you will be comfortable challenging the status quo, and being challenged
6. Excellent communication skills (verbal, written and presentational) and the ability to work collaboratively
7. Negotiation and problem-solving skills

This post requires SC clearance.

Competencies:

• Communication and Knowledge sharing - Advanced (Essential)
• Corporate Vision and Efficiency - Higher (Essential)
• Change and Innovation - Intermediate (Essential)
• Analysis and Decision Making - Intermediate (Essential)
• Contribution to Delivery - Higher (Essential)
• Managing the Customer Relationship - Advanced (Essential)
• Working with and Leading Others - Higher

The successful applicant will need to have:

Competency Requirements

• Communication and Knowledge sharing - Advanced (Essential)
• Corporate Vision and Efficiency - Higher (Essential)
• Change and Innovation - Intermediate (Essential)
• Analysis and Decision Making - Intermediate (Essential)
• Contribution to Delivery - Higher (Essential)
• Managing the Customer Relationship - Advanced (Essential)
• Working with and Leading Others - Higher

You can familiarise yourself with the general competencies we use to assess the aptitude of candidates here - Recruitment Process

If you're excited about working with us and think you have some of what we're looking for but aren't sure if you're 100% there yet... why not just give it a go!

Benefits we offer

At NCSC and GCHQ, we are proud of our inclusive and supportive working environment that's designed to encourage open minds and attitudes. As an organisation that values and nurtures talent, we are committed to helping you fulfill your potential. With comprehensive training and development opportunities, tailored to your needs and the requirements of your work, we will enable you to flourish in your role and perform to the very best of your abilities.

• Access to learning and development tailored to your role and support to gain professional qualifications and certifications.
• An environment that supports a range of flexible working options (including a flexible working hour scheme).
• A culture which encourages inclusion and diversity.
• Support to gain professional qualifications and certifications
• 25 days annual leave, rising to 30 days based on length of service.

Salary

£57,570

Location

London

Selection Process

To apply for this position, you must meet our nationality, residency requirements. You'll find more details here .

As a Disability Confident employer, we will ensure that a fair and proportionate number of disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria for this position will be offered an interview. This is known as the Offer of Interview (OOI).

To secure an interview for this role, candidates applying under this scheme must meet the minimum criteria as set out for the role.

Be prepared to dedicate 60-90 minutes to completing your application. We're conscious this might be more time than you expected, so our system will allow you to save your application at any time and come back to it later. But remember to submit your full application before the closing date.

You will need to submit a short covering letter (no more than 2 pages) setting out what you would bring to the job, as detailed in the role description and person specification.

You will need to submit a CV as part of your application, giving details of relevant achievements in recent posts.

Once we've established that you meet our eligibility criteria, the next steps of this selection process are:

Applications will be sifted against the competencies required for this role. Candidates that are able to demonstrate evidence of the essential competencies at Advanced level will be invited to a panel interview.

You will be contacted by email and offered a time and date to attend an interview. The format of the interview will be via remote video conference. The interview will take around 45 minutes. Please allow 60 minutes for the whole process.

If you are successful at interview you will receive a job offer, conditional upon you obtaining the level of security clearance required to perform this role.

SC is required for this role. All successful applicants will need to acquire SC if not already held.

If you successfully complete these stages, you'll receive a job offer, conditional upon you completing our SC process which enables you to obtain the level of security clearance required to perform this vital role.

The closing date for this role is 21 April 2021.

Please be aware that we withhold the right to bring forward the closing date for this role from the original closing date once a certain number of applications have been received. Please be mindful of this and submit your application at your earliest convenience to avoid disappointment.
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