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Tel: 01227 639768

Head of Communications and Campaigns

Location: Remote

Salary expectation: £42,000 to £45,000

Application deadline: Sun 26th May

This is a full-time role

We are searching for a new strategic leader at Bloody Good Period. The Head of Communications and Campaigns will play a pivotal and strategic role in delivering creative and effective campaigns and comms that align with our wider influencing work, maximising opportunities to influence change as we approach a General Election, and beyond.

Bloody Good Period’s brand and communications have had huge traction and influence in the last few years. Our mission of menstrual equity resonates strongly with a range of stakeholders including individual supporters, corporates, parliamentarians and celebrities, and we have developed a strong brand which is frequently sought after for high-profile partnerships.

We are also dialling up the activist movement quality of our work, building on strong foundations in terms of our brand, reputation and relationships. We think menstrual equity is a bedrock of renewing and improving the way the UK works, and the way we campaign for that and communicate our thoughts and demands will always be fundamental to our success in achieving our mission.

The Head of Communications and Campaigns will be working across the organisation, and crucially alongside our Experts by Experience forum, strengthening our communication strategy whilst developing and implementing an ambitious campaign strategy to engage and mobilise both existing and new supporters.

We are an inclusive, feminist organisation, which champions remote and flexible working, and puts self-care at the heart of what we do. We offer a specific leadership and development programme for BPOC members of the team to develop their careers within the social justice space, and a wellbeing fund to support every team member. We work hard and deliver, but we do not overwork. We enjoy our work and take pride in it.

We strongly encourage applications from Black and People of Colour, and from those who have lived experience of the issues on which we work, namely period poverty, and/or experience of refugee or asylum-seeker status.

While the successful candidate will be selected purely on merit, in the event of a tie between two candidates with equal suitability, we may select a candidate with lived experience of the issues we are seeking to address through our work.

We recognise that many potential candidates who bring the voice and lived experience that we need, may have had less opportunity to develop a track record in these roles.  Bloody Good Period prioritises the development needs of everyone who works with us, including in this role.

Deadline: Sun 26th May