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Senior Media Officer
Fixed Term Contract
9 December 2013 - 4 April 2014
Comic Relief is one of the UK’s best loved brands. Behind all the fun and excitement is a serious business that is working to create a just world free from poverty. We’ve got great plans for Sport Relief 2014 with a host of exciting activities from celebrity challenges to a top night of entertaining television, along with powerful stories about those helped by the money raised. Join us and use your media skills to help us take Sport Relief 2014 to the country and inspire people to get involved.
Working on one of the UK’s most exciting and recognisable fundraising campaigns you will be part of the media team responsible for delivering all coverage for Sport Relief 2014 in the national press and communicating on the work that Comic Relief funds both in the UK and internationally in particular. This will involve gaining a solid understanding of our organisational, marketing and media strategies as well as grant making principles and issues we fund and using that insight to generate coverage. This will include developing creative and realistic media plans involving placing stories about celebrity visits and funded projects, setting up interviews, organising project visits and more. You will also monitor and evaluate effectiveness.
Able to demonstrate the ability to develop, implement and evaluate high profile media strategies you will be have experience generating coverage through placing case studies and stories about projects, setting up interviews and placing stories about celebrities visiting projects. Skilled at developing and delivering creative ideas that generate media coverage you understand the need to monitor impact and evaluate results. Good at prioritising and managing multiple projects you will be effective at building media relationships and working with high profile individuals.
If you want to enjoy an amazing experience as part of a passionate team please apply online via the link.
Comic Relief positively welcomes, and seeks to ensure we achieve, diversity in our workforce and that all job applicants and employees receive equal and fair treatment, regardless of age, race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, disability, or nationality. We encourage applications from disabled people and we will guarantee a first stage interview to all disabled applicants who sufficiently demonstrate in their application how they meet the essential criteria for the job as outlined on the person specification of the job description.
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