A new opportunity for a confident, innovative and creative Marketing and Communications Officer
to join our client's team.Marketing & Communications OfficerHours:
0.6 FTE / 22.5 hours (3 days) per week, to include TuesdaysSalary:
Banding between £24,074 and £26,580 pro rata FTE 37.5 hours per weekLocation:
Bristol, BS3, with flexibility for some home workingContract:
Permanent, Part-Time. As with all positions within a charity this is subject to funding.
Your role will support the training development and projects teams, playing a critical role in implementing the communications and marketing strategies. You will be promoting the charity's services to their UK wide membership. A vibrant and varied role creating engaging online and print based material. You will be able to work autonomously and influence and contribute your ideas to make this role your own. An exciting time of change for this organisation which specialises in improving the wellbeing of people and the planet.Job Purpose:
- To promote the activities and services of the charity, and those of their members to a range of audiences through channels including social media, newsletters, visual assets.
- To raise awareness of the charity's work through regional and national press coverage.
- To work with colleagues to maintain a consistent organisational voice, brand and online presence across the UK-wide organisation.
This charity is an inclusive organisation. They value people with different backgrounds and are committed to furthering their diversity across their organisation. They welcome applications from individuals of all backgrounds including disabled people, those of BAME backgrounds and LBGTQA+ candidates.
In return the charity will provide a position that is flexible and competitively paid. They pay enhanced sick pay and enhanced maternity/paternity/shared leave as well as offer benefits including Cyclescheme and Voucherscheme.About the organisation:
They are a UK wide charity supporting communities to farm, garden and grow together. Their vision - people and communities reaching their full potential through nature-based activities as a part of everyday life. Their mission - to improve the health and wellbeing of individuals, communities and the environment through nature-based activities.Closing date: Midday 6th June 2022Interviews: Week commencing 20th June 2022, via Zoom / TeamsApplication Process:To find out more information, please click the apply button. You will be taken to a simple CHM Recruit form and then redirected to where you can complete your application for this position.
In the interests of equality CVs will not be accepted. Applicants will be assessed on their ability to meet the criteria listed in the person specification and demonstrate relevant skills and experience at interview.
No agencies please.