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ABF The Soldiers’ Charity – Digital Communications Officer (London)

 

***THIS JOB VACANCY HAS NOW CLOSED***

Contract type: Initial Two-Year Fixed Term Contract
Application Closure Date: 15 May 2018
Salary: Competitive
Location: London

ABF The Soldiers’ Charity is recruiting an exciting new role namely, Digital Communications Officer, the primary purpose of this post is to raise awareness of ABF The Soldiers’ Charity’s activities by supporting the Digital Communications Manager on the delivery of digital communications.

There are a number of key activities for this role, such as, but not limited to the following:

  • Increase engagement and raise awareness about the charity via social media by curating relevant content
  • Generate, update and manage website content via the WordPress CMS
  • Liaise regularly with Head Office teams, Regional staff, and external stakeholders about content across the website, social media and e-newsletter
  • Monitor the charity’s social media performance

For more information on the wider role for this post please open the attached job description.

If you feel you have the relevant experience and skill set for this role please send your current CV and strong supporting statement to Tina Reading, HR Manager – treading@soldierscharity.org.

For an informal chat please contact James Holloway, Digital Communications Manager on 020 7901 8907 or jholloway@soldierscharity.org.

Closing date: 15 May 2018

1st Interview date: 23 May 2018
2nd Interview date: 25 May 2018

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