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Use your social skills for good with the Child Bereavement Charity. (Job)


I’m not in the habit of posting jobs on the blog, but i thought this one was worth sharing. There is tremendous potential for worthwhile causes who use social to spread their message. If it is interesting to you please apply directly. Hat tip to Alex Strang for spreading the word. Please share the link if you think the right person to help this organisation spread the word the please share the link with your posse.

Communications & Marketing Officer – 2 year Fixed Term Contract
The Child Bereavement Charity works to ensure that all UK families should have the support they need to rebuild their lives when a child grieves or when a baby or child dies. We have grown significantly in recent years and have ambitious plans to make our aim a reality.

Of course we can’t do this alone so excellent communications with the growing number of people who share our aims and values is vital. We need someone who can equip and support all teams in effectively using digital communications, including the website, email lists and social media in the forefront of all areas of the charity’s work. In addition they will act as design lead and branding guardian for on-line and printed publications, in accordance with established brand guidelines.

It is anticipated that the scope and remit of this job will evolve with the charity as we introduce new technologies and improve practices.

The ideal candidate would have 1-2 years professional experience including a significant use of design software for on-line and print.
Salary: £18,000-£25,000 (Depending on skills and experience)

You can apply HERE

Bill

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