Digital Communications Manager (NGO)
Our client opened the world’s first safe house for women and children fleeing domestic violence in Chiswick, West London in 1971. Since then the charity has grown to become the country’s largest single provider of specialist domestic violence services. On any given day, its national network of services supports over 6,000 women and children. Committed to a world where domestic violence is not tolerated and where women and children can live in safety, our client aims to empower women and children rebuild their lives, free from violence and fear.
Position: Digital Manager
Location: Head Office, London, E1W (Nearest tube is Tower Hill)
Job type: Full Time, Permanent
Hours: 37.5 hours per week, Monday - Friday 9:00am - 5:30pm
Salary: £39,932 - £44,135 per annum
Benefits: include 28 days holiday, pension scheme, an employee assistance programme and a savings / discounts portal
Closing date: 19 May 2019
Interview date: 29 May 2019
About the role:
Do you think it is a national disgrace that in England and Wales two women a week are killed by their partner or ex-partner? Or that one woman in every four will experience domestic violence at some point during her life?
Do you want to work for an organisation that provides a voice for abused women and plays a vital role in ensuring that life-saving services are in place to support them?
Our client is the country’s largest provider of specialist services for victims of all forms of gender-based violence. Every day they support over 6,500 women and children in their national network of services. They advise Government and lobby to keep violence against women and girls high on the public agenda. At a national level they run award-winning prevention and public education campaigns, manage a busy press office and work hard to build our client’s fast growing digital channels. At a local level they respond and provide communications tools to our client’s wide base of violence against women services.
If you are a digital leader looking for a new challenge, why not apply to be their Digital Manager?
The Digital Manager will enable our client to maximise its impact and reach digitally, through its website, social media and email newsletters. They will revise and develop their ambitious digital communications strategy and will be responsible for delivering it, building on the impressive growth and engagement of 2018-19. They will have excellent writing skills, attention to detail, solid experience using analytics tools to produce in-depth evaluations and learnings that help shape digital strategy and content, and be abreast of digital trends and new tools.
The successful applicant will have significant experience of working within and driving digital communications in an NGO.
They work in an exciting and fast-paced environment. The senior digital communications officer will enable our client to maximise its impact and reach digitally, through its website, social media and email newsletters. You will revise and develop their ambitious digital communications strategy and will be responsible for delivering it, building on the impressive growth and engagement of 2018-19.
You’ll have excellent writing skills, attention to detail, solid experience using analytics tools to produce in-depth evaluations and learnings that help shape digital strategy and content, and be abreast of digital trends and new tools.
All candidates must demonstrate a commitment to the feminist values of empowerment and equality, which underpins all of their work.
Our client is proud to be a leader in its field and an employer of choice with leading edge systems for supervision, quality management and development. They offer the first Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF) accredited qualification for their profession.
An enhanced Disclosure Barring Service (DBS) certificate will be required for this role.
Our client is committed to quality, equality and diversity and welcomes applications from all sections of the community. This post is however restricted to women due to the nature of the role. The Occupational Requirement under Schedule 9 (part 1) of the Equality Act 2010 applies.
No agencies please - as a charity they work hard to keep their costs down.
You may have experience of the following: Digital Manager, Web Manager, Digital Project Manager, Digital Development Manager, Communications Manager, Digital Communications Manager, Marketing Manager, Charity, Not for Profit, Third Sector, NGO, etc.