Directorate: External Relations
Reporting to: Head of Communications
Responsible for: Corporate Communications Officer
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 corporate communications strategy for the BSA to raise the profile of the organisation’s work and its spokespeople.
The main responsibilities will be to:
The Corporate Communications Manager role would suit someone who has experience in delivering broad, multi-channel campaigns for stakeholder audiences.
We’d expect that the successful candidate will have an interest in developing campaigns that can evoke behavioural change or influence audiences’ attitudes. They will also need to be able to contribute speaker ideas for high profile events, so an interest in current affairs is essential.
The role would suit someone who has excellent communication and presentation skills, and would be confident acting as an ambassador for the organisation.
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=WWnAF6Wg6WRGtFpm
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.
If you wish to apply under the guaranteed interview scheme, you will be asked to indicate this when you submit your application by selecting ‘yes’ in the relevant box when asked during the application process. Applicants do not need to state any further information or declare their disability at the application stage.
Whether you are applying under the scheme or not, if you are successful in being shortlisted, we will ask candidates with disabilities or long-term health conditions to let us know if they need any adjustments during the recruitment process.
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