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Research Communications Manager

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27 Oct 2021

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Marketing & PR
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Full Time
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British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS) is the UK's largest independent women's reproductive healthcare charity. We work mainly on behalf of the NHS across the country providing abortion, contraception, STI testing & Treatment and soon, we are launching BPAS Fertility, evidence-based, not-for-profit care.Established in 2019, the Centre for Reproductive Research & Communication (CRRC) at BPAS exists to develop and deliver a research agenda that furthers access to evidence-based reproductive healthcare and choices.We are looking for a part time Research Communications Manager to join the Centre to further our communications strategy as well as plan, advise on and coordinate integrated communications campaigns. This is a unique and special opportunity to make real impact in a specialist sector of reproductive healthcare. The role is part time at 22.5 hours per week and has flexibility for work life balance.The role:The Research Communications Manager will develop and deliver a communications strategy including media relations, dissemination of and engagement with new research, social media management, and public engagement events.About you:The successful candidate will have proven experience in developing and delivering communication campaigns on multiple platforms. Scientifically literate, you will be able to produce rapid appraisals of new studies in our field. Technologically savvy and with an eye for design, you'll be adept and comfortable using website management systems, email marketing software and social media to deliver communications that further the aims of the Centre for Reproductive Research & Communication.You will have well developed people skills to liaise with internal and external stakeholders in a professional and positive manner. Confident and articulate you will be comfortable designing and delivering public engagement events e.g., seminars/conferences showcasing recent research.You will bring;A high degree of scientific literacy with the ability to read and appraise new studiesWorking knowledge of Microsoft Office Products (Microsoft Dynamics 365 is desirable)Working knowledge of design software such as Adobe, Canva or GIMPThe ability to manage a varied and busy workloadFurther information:Location: This role is home based however you will be required to come into our London office based in Furnival Street (EC4A 1JQ) once every 2 weeks.Salary: £31,126 to £38,593 pro-rata depending upon skills and experience.Typical Work Pattern: 22.5 hours per week. Flexible working pattern, however Thursday will need to be a working day.Interview Date: 4th November 2021
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