Do you want to join us in changing the future for UK songbirds?
We’re looking for a Communications Manager to join our friendly, supportive and ambitious team at SongBird Survival. It’s a new post and a great, varied role for someone looking to expand their communications experience and shape our comms approach.
As communications manager you'll be responsible for leading the delivery of our new communications strategy for communications for SBS. Duties will include:
To be considered for this role you should have a demonstrable track record of developing and delivering communication plans to drive meaningful engagement. Experience of successfully managing relationships with UK media contacts and the ability to lead our press and PR activities is essential, as is experience of social media management, including success in growing audiences across multiple channels.
You should be an excellent communicator, with a confident and articulate approach and ability to debate issues and influence changes in attitudes and actions. You will be a resilient and committed to getting across scientific evidence on challenging issues with a range of stakeholder views. The team at SBS are passionate and hugely committed to this wonderful cause so you too should have an enthusiasm for wildlife and environmental issues.
Our organisation is ambitious, and has a fantastic culture of learning. Staff are valued in their roles and we offer a range of benefits including flexible working patterns, TOIL policy, pension scheme and a specific training budget.
If this sounds like the type of environment that would suit you for the next phase of your career, then get in touch!
If you think you'd be the right person to fulfil the exciting responsibilities of this role, e-mail CV and covering letter, which explains how you meet the criteria in this job description and why you are a good fit for SongBird Survival to the CEO, Sue Morgan at HR@songbird-survival.org.uk
Submission Deadline: noon 6th November
Interviews will be held online during week commencing 13th November 2023.
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