Location: There will be a hybrid of remote/home and office-based working from a central London workspace of 1-2 days per week, subject to Covid regulations. There may be occasional work outside regular office hours at charity events (with time off in return).
Salary: £36-39k (depending on experience
Start date: ASAP
Contract type: Permanent/full time
We are looking for an experienced Communications Manager to drive the strategic development of comms across the organisation with an emphasis on the development and delivery of compelling content, powerful campaigns, and effective communications partnerships, to drive engagement to help us achieve faster progress in making ovarian cancer a survivable disease.
You will use your comms experience in content creation, multichannel marketing and relationship management to support fundraising, awareness, and charitable activities across the organisation, whilst being data and insight-led and evaluating all activity so we can learn and grow.
It's a pivotal, exciting time for the charity as we embark on a new five year strategy. We now need to make faster progress to make ovarian cancer a survivable disease. Over the past year we’ve had major success. From our World Ovarian Cancer Day campaigns on Instagram and Twitter reaching millions to growing our email newsletters and social media followings through powerful content and journeys. We’ve also taken major steps in our use and understanding of data and insight, beginning to transform how we approach what we do.
Ovarian Cancer Action looks for managers with the ability to lead with confidence, positivity, resilience and passion. This means your attitude to your work and team are as important as operational knowledge and experience within your field.
Thank you for your interest in this role. Our deadline for the role is 5pm on Monday 15th August. However, we are interviewing on a rolling basis and so would encourage applications to be submitted promptly.
Take a look at our website www.ovarian.org.uk for more details about what we do.