Golden Key Communications Officer

Bristol, England
£22796.00 - £24920.00 per annum + EAP, Pension
06 Oct 2016
25 Oct 2016
Vacancy Filler
Contract Type
Part Time

Our client is the lead partner for Bristol's Golden Key programme.

With £10 million investment from the Big Lottery Fund over eight years, the programme provides a unique opportunity to unlock the future for a group of people who have multiple and complex needs relating to homelessness, mental health, drug and alcohol problems and offending, who are farthest from services. By finding new ways to deliver services, the programme aims to achieve a lasting impact through cultural and system change.

Golden Key Communications Officer, Bristol

Duration Permanent

Part-time 15 hours Salary £22,237 - £24,309 pro rata

This is an exciting opportunity to play a key role in translating Golden Key's vision and plans into reality. Working with the PR & Communications Manager, the post-holder will assist in developing and delivering the Marketing and Communications Strategy for the programme. This will include keeping the website fresh and up to date, developing our presence on Twitter and honing messages internally among partners and externally to key audiences including the media.

With experience of working in PR/Marketing and Communications and of dealing with the media, you will bring well-developed people and relationship management skills, substantial experience of communicating via social media, good judgement and the ability to think on your feet.

The Organisation is a leading mental health charity in Bristol, North Somerset, South Gloucestershire & BANES, providing housing, support and hope to thousands of people across the region.

Closing date - Monday 24th October 2016

Interview date - Thursday 3rd November 2016

To apply please click on 'Apply' and upload your CV. You will then be sent a link to complete an online application form. Please note, you will be shortlisted based on your application form, not your CV - this will not be seen.

The Organisation is committed to equal opportunities and welcomes applicants from all sections of the community and from people who have personal experience of using mental health services.