Email: email@example.com | Tel: 01227 639768
Tel: 01227 639768
Community Communications Officer
Location: Flexible - London SW12
Salary expectation: £34,120 to £35,642
This is a full-time role
Youth Access is recruiting to a newly created role of Community Communications Officer, designed to refocus our approach to communications onto building up and representing our national community of members.
The Community Communications Officer will make sure that our members are kept up to date with our work, shape opportunities for them to get involved, and help make sure that their voice is heard by the wider staff team, the public and the decision-makers who can make change happen.
This is a full time, permanent role, with scope for flexible and part time work.
If you’d like to know more before you apply, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any queries, or book a time for a quick chat here.
To submit an application, please email email@example.com by 9am on Monday 29th November with:
- Your CV (this will be anonymised before the panel see it)
- A completed Equality and Diversity form
- Some examples of your work that can help to demonstrate your suitability for the role and/or tell us a bit about who you are
- Your responses to the following questions (around 200 words each), using examples from your previous experience if applicable.
- What interests you in this role and working at Youth Access?
- What does community mean to you? How would you go about building a community that can understand and act on the challenges faced by young people, especially those facing inequalities? Please feel free to draw on your own lived experience of the communities you’re part of, as well as professional experience.
- How might you use digital tools to champion the voices of our members and the young people they serve?
- Which of our values – detailed in the job pack – do you feel describes your approach to communications and why? Please give at least one example.