Email: jonathan@therightethos.co.uk | Tel: 01227 781205

Email: jonathan@therightethos.co.uk
Tel: 01227 781205

Head of Communications

Location: London

Salary expectation: circa £50,000

Application deadline: Mon 8th October

This is a full-time role

 

 

The Cystic Fibrosis Trust is at a turning point in the ways that we engage with our audiences, taking a digital-first, story-driven approach, engaging and enchanting our audiences through compelling content and communications via traditional and new channels. We need to make sure we’re using every channel we have available to connect to both the people we exist to help and the people who have the means to help us achieve our goals. That’s where you come in.

We’re looking for an exceptional Head of Communications to join our reshaped Marketing & Communications team who will help increase our ability to punch above our weight in our communications, driving influence, impact and, ultimately, income. To make a lasting impact on those we are here for we need people with game-changing skills and an abundance of energy and commitment.

You’ll be leading a team of seven, so you’ll need to demonstrate effective people and performance management skills, as well as the ability to deliver effective communications strategies, lead cross-channel campaigns, and provide highly effective crisis communications management.

This role requires experience in running a busy press office, driving successful internal communications and social media as both a tool for reaching people and a must-have in engaging them and helping them get the most value from what we have to offer. It will also manage our conferences and events function, ensuring we’re able to connect with our diverse community offline as well as on.

You’ll reflect our values in all that you do, including collaborating with teams across the organisation, being professional, respectful, focused and driven in all that you do. And, of course, you’ll be passionate about playing a role in our fight for a life unlimited for everyone affected by cystic fibrosis.

Benefits include 30 days annual leave, flexible working and opportunities for learning and development.

Deadline: Mon 8th October