We face an escalating climate and nature emergency. Saving nature is going to need the very best communicators with the ability to produce innovative and engaging content that grows audiences and drives support. Do you have the skills and abilities to make this happen?
This is a wonderful opportunity to join a brand new team, saving nature across England through delivering inspiring and impactful communications.
Communications Officer - England - Two Roles
Reference number: A2431019
Location: Flexible within England
Salary starting at: £19,602 to £21,236 per annum - Applicants should expect under normal circumstances to receive an offer at the bottom of the advertised range
Hours: Full time, Flexible hours will be considered
As Communications Officer, you will be at the forefront of creative content production and management across the full suite of delivery platforms, from digital marketing and social media to broadcast and consumer PR. You will be responsible for creating compelling stories that change hearts and minds to support our client's priority work and campaigns.
Our client's vision is an England richer in nature, where wild birds and other wildlife are no longer declining, where nature is being restored and is enriching people's lives. They have a world that guarantees future generations clean air and water, a stable climate, rich and varied wildlife and a robust and sustainable economy.
Working within the new Communications & Marketing team for England, you will work with your colleagues to build and deliver the country communications plan that will achieve this vision. You will support their major campaigns, carry out destination marketing for their major visitor reserves, and create compelling content to promote their work saving species, and delivering land and seas well managed for nature.
You will have a passion for creating remarkable content that inspires audiences to do the incredible.
You will be skilled in telling inspiring stories, using the full range of communications platforms. You will have skills and practical experience in: managing social media accounts, including use of analytics to monitor outcomes; creating digital content; digital promotion and marketing; destination marketing; broadcast interview skills; producing long-lead consumer PR content; and visitor signage / interpretation.
Working within a dispersed team, you will need to work under your own initiative but within clear priorities and work programmes. You will be expected to provide support, advice and training on all areas of communications to their operational teams across England. This will require determination, innovation, adaptability and resilience.
Above all, you will be an outstanding communicator who can instil in others the passion you feel for saving nature.
Closing date: 28 October 2019
Interview date: 7 November 2019
To Apply and for More Information:
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Please make sure you include reference number A2431019 on your application.
This role is covered by the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act. You will be asked to declare unspent convictions and cautions at offer of employment stage.
No agencies please.