Directorate: External Relations
Reporting to: Head of Communications
Responsible for: Communications Officer (Education)
Terms: Full-time (35 hours per week), permanent. Requests for flexible working will be considered
About the role
The main purpose of this role is to develop and deliver a broad and engaging communications strategy for the BSA’s Education programmes. This role will work closely alongside our Education team to deliver campaigns for teachers, educators and young people.
The main responsibilities will be to:
The Communications Manager (Education) role would suit someone who has experience of delivering communications campaigns in the education sector or to a teacher audience. We’d recommend that an interest in developing innovative, digital content or products for diverse audiences would also be useful, as we are already delivering a lot of our content for schools online.
The successful candidate will need to create campaigns that make use of a range of channels, so a demonstrable interest in PR, marketing, digital and brand will be required.
The role would suit someone who enjoys working collaboratively across different teams and departments to achieve results.
Please send a CV and covering letter (each of no more than two A4 pages) that summarises your interest in the role and details your ability to match the criteria.
Applications should be made via this link: https://recruit.smb.co.uk/vacancy.aspx?id=dJpGmuhKRhgs6GUp
Interviews are due to take place on Thursday 16 or Friday 17 April 2020.
You will be informed as soon as possible after the application deadline whether you have been selected for interview.
As part of the British Science Association’s commitment to being a Disability Confident employer, all disabled* applicants who meet the ‘essential criteria’ for this vacancy will be offered an interview under our guaranteed interview scheme.
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