The Communications & Engagement Officer is a key role in the Communications & Engagement Team and will support the implementation of Inspiring Scotlandâ€™s communications strategy.
The role will involve working with individual fund teams to successfully plan and execute communication activity across multiple channels including the website, social media, and print and online marketing materials.
We are looking for confident communicator with skills and experience in communications, multi- media such as film and audio production, PR, marketing and journalism. Â Strong interpersonal skills are a must as the role will involve engaging with people at all levels and acting as an ambassador for Inspiring Scotland.
The Communications & Engagement Officer will be required to develop successful working relationships with colleagues, the media, partner charities, and stakeholders from a range of organisations.
It is a dynamic role and given the breadth of social policy areas Inspiring Scotland is aligned to, it would suit someone who has an interest in these areas and in being an advocate for the third sector.
The role offers the opportunity to bring creativity, fresh ideas, and enthusiasm to enhance existing plans at an exciting time for the organisationâ€™s development. Â Â This role would be ideal for someone who is excited to be part of a vibrant and effective charity which offers a culture of teamwork and flexibility.
For more information about the role and details of how to apply download the Â Communications & Engagement Officer job description.
The application deadline is Wednesday 18th March 2020 at 12pm.Â Â
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