£27,132 per year
Dagmara Wolosiuk - DePaula
020 7820 7315
about 2 years ago
A great opportunity has arisen for a temporary Communications Officer for hospice in order to play a key role in planning and delivering the charity communications to stakeholders such as supporters, members or staff. The post holder will write, edit, coordinate and publish content across various channels including print and online marketing materials, e-newsletters, social media and the website.
This will be a temporary FTC till 20th December
Key Responsibilities will include:
Collate / write / circulate the organisation s suite of e-newsletters and maintain their distribution lists, including the weekly Staff Bulletin.
Proof / copy edit / design marketing materials as required
Write the charity s Impact Report working with the Head of Publishing
Liaise with external suppliers including printers and designers, ensuring we are getting a quality service and value for money; provide guidance to staff on how to best support publishing activity in their respective work streams
Support the Web and Digital Editor with the filming and editing of videos and online content
Work with teams across the organisation to ensure we are effectively promoting our services and products
Work with the Director of Communications and Campaigns on internal communications projects and activities
Ensure consistent branding is used and help maintain and build reputation by acting as a brand champion.
In order to apply you should have the following skills and experience:
Excellent writing skills, able to distil complex information into compelling copy for different audiences.
Marketing skills and the ability to research and connect with new and different audiences
Basic design skills and a knowledge of the print production and publication process
Strong project management skills
Experience of brand management
Strong verbal communication skills and ability to sell ideas to internal and external stakeholders
Interviewing and developing powerful first- person stories suitable to pitch to the press