About the Royal Navy & Royal Marines Charity
The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity is the national charity of the Royal Navy. We recognise the demands placed on those who serve and their family members. It is the charity’s belief that while one person joins, the whole family serves.
Through grant awards given to ships and units who are deployed, post-service transition, family support and care in old age, the RNRMC is helping to create a world in which the sacrifice that our serving men and women have made, is recognised, no matter what. We provide a safety net for those who find themselves in immediate need; supporting counselling services, offering mental health provision and giving those who need the most basic of help, a roof over their heads and a hot meal.
We support all members of the Senior Service, all rates and ranks, full-time and reservist and their families from the day they join and for every day thereafter.
To support the charity’s strategic vision, there is an ongoing need to grow our digital presence among new and existing supporters by developing and curating compelling content via our social media channels and website.
The Digital Communications Officer is a vital member of the Communications Team and will take lead responsibility for creating and managing engaging content across the charity’s website, social media accounts, email marketing channels and other online channels. They will also be responsible for increasing our audience and engagement across these channels.
The post holder will also play a key role in helping to shape digital communication strategies on wider campaigns.
The post holder will work to raise and strengthen our brand amongst our stakeholders and beneficiaries through the communication of our key messages. They will demonstrate creativity, energy and proactivity.
As part of a small team the post holder will also assist in the delivery of other Media and Communications activities as required.