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Engagement & Membership Co-ordinator

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2 Nov 2021

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Harris Hill are delighted to be supporting an established disability charity in their search for an Engagement & Membership Coordinator.

The charity has been championing the human rights of people with disabilities for 50 years. they work to develop the skills and culture necessary to understand people's needs and improve their quality of life.

They help those supporting people with complex needs including their members, universities, government departments, local authorities, NHS trusts, service providers and mainstream organisations - to champion rights, ensure excellent support and continually improve practice. They do this through a range of training, consultancy services, projects, publications, conferences and more.

As Engagement and Membership Co-Ordinator, your role will be to lead the strategic implementation of the charity's core membership, Communities of Practice and stakeholder engagement with their key audiences.

In planning, developing and implementing work across the charity and its membership, Communities of Practice and webinars and social media activity, this role will support the wider communication team activity and strategic direction of the organisation.

You will take responsibility for shaping the development and growth of the charity's membership, research and create materials (online and offline) that will appeal and engage different groups within the membership and amplify the voice of members, including people with lived experience.

This role will also be responsible for ensuring effective engagement with different audiences and stakeholders including members, communities of practice and key influencers. You will utilise social media (Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn), webinars, conferences and other communications as a key channel for engagement. You will also show a strong understanding of accessibility considerations, particularly for those with learning disabilities and autistic people.

The ideal candidate will have:
  • Experience managing and implementing strategic engagement plans as part of an integrated communications plan
  • Experience managing and running events (digital and in-person)
  • Experience of managing social media channels (including development of posts, scheduling, evaluation and monitoring feedback)
  • Experience of creating content for digital channels
  • Previous experience of working within a similar role

Location - Birmingham (with a Hybrid working style)

Contract - Permanent

Salary - £25,000 - £29,000 DOE

To find out more please email a copy of your CV to This role will firmly close on Friday 22nd October at 8.00am. Only successful candidates will be contacted.
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