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Cobseo, The Confederation of Service Charities – VPPP Communications Officer

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Cobseo, The Confederation of Service Charities is looking to appoint a part-time VPPP Communications Officer.

Cobseo is a membership organisation of c900 charities and organisations supporting the Armed Forces Community, which includes serving personnel, veterans, and their families and dependants.  The Confederation is a company limited by guarantee and its Objects are to represent, promote and further the interests of the Armed Forces Community.

Reporting to the Head of Communications, the successful candidate will support the Head of Communications to promote the Veterans’ Places, Pathways and People (VPPP) Portfolio Leads and their projects over the two-year duration of the project, broadening the local, regional, and national knowledge of services available to Veterans and how to access them leaving a legacy of upskilled, better-connected pathways to support.      

To apply, please send your CV to Charlotte Fiander (email: c.fiander@cobseo.org.uk)  by 1700 on 27 April 2022 together with a short covering letter (no more than 2 sides) setting out how your experience and skills match the criteria set out in the attached job description. Interviews are planned for 6 May 2022 and will be held in Mountbarrow House.

Key Details

Reporting to: Cobseo Head of Communications
Status: 18 hours per week (fixed term two year contract)
Salary: TBC £12,000 to £14,000 pa (£24-28K pro rata) depending on experience
Location: Homebased role with occasional travel UK-wide

We are committed to diversity and inclusion at work and welcome applications from people of all backgrounds.

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