Victim Support - Communications Executive - Central London - £32,000 Including London Weighting
Victim Support is the national charity helping over 1.75 million people affected by crime every year. As we face the challenges and opportunities of developing and delivering our services nationwide, we are looking for outstanding people to drive the organisation forward.
About the role:
As a Communication Executive you will help the Internal Communications & Events Manager to develop, set up, deliver and maintain our internal communication systems. You’ll also help to ensure that our staff and volunteers have a clear understanding of our values and objectives, as well as the information they need to carry out their roles effectively. You will also support the planning and delivery of national events (such as our AGM and special conferences) and support local teams planning their own events.
About the successful candidate:
You must have experience of preparing and disseminating information for different audiences, and delivering or supporting the internal communication function of a large organisation working across multiple sites. You’ll also need experience of working with online internal communication systems and running or helping to run large events. You will also spend some of your time helping our media team so will need media relations experience and it’s essential that you can produce well written copy in simple, plain English.
In return we offer a non-contributory pension scheme, flexible working, 25 days (pro rata) annual leave entitlement and the opportunity to play a key role in a national charity providing world-class services to victims and witnesses of crime.
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Closing date for applications is 5pm, Thursday, 12 April 2012.
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