Vacancy: Communications Manager (Maternity Cover)

Communications Manager (Maternity cover, 1-year contract)

Deadline for applications:  9am on Tuesday 22nd June

Breathe Arts Health Research is seeking a skilled and experienced Communications Manager to lead on all marketing and digital activity across the organisation, providing high quality and efficient messaging of Breathe’s values and mission across the company’s programmes.

The candidate will engage stakeholders and participants in existing and new projects, both locally and at a national level, by promoting and developing content, and building brand recognition. In particular, they will focus on the promotion of the performing arts programme delivered at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust.

This will be a busy, exciting role, requiring the post holder to balance a highly varied workload, so we are looking for someone organised and proactive with fresh ideas, who can respond calmly and efficiently. The ideal candidate must be a confident communicator, with excellent written and verbal skills, personable, kind and empathetic.

For further information see the full job description..

How to Apply

To apply, please submit a personal statement no longer than one A4 page in length, explaining why you are suitable for the role. Due to the nature of our blended model of online and in person working, we are asking applicants to submit an additional 30 second video statement pitching why you want this role.

Please submit:
· Your personal statement
· Video pitch
· Recent CV
· Equality Form

to info@breatheahr.org by 9am on Tuesday 22nd June. Please use WeTransfer to send your video file.

First round interviews will be held on Wednesday 30th June.

We are a friendly team comprising of nine permanent members of staff and a wide pool of freelancers where everyone’s contribution is valued. We are committed to equality of opportunity for all staff. Applications from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, disability, gender, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships.