Communications and Marketing Manager
An opportunity has arisen for a skilled, dynamic, and inspiring communications and marketing manager to join the Parent-Infant Foundation.
We are an expanding organisation, supporting the growth and quality of parent-infant relationship teams across the UK through local support and national policy change. In the last year we have launched our new brand and website, had a successful Infant Mental Health Awareness Week and national conference, and seen continued growth on our social media channels. We want to do more, better and with increased impact to achieve our mission, so that all babies and their carers needing relationship support can access it.
You will want to build on our recent successes and newly created communications strategy to share the value and work of parent-infant teams and why they are needed. Working with our small staff team, the network of parent-infant relationship teams across the UK, and families having received their support, we want you to further increase our brand awareness and help us lead change in the field of infant mental health with our predominantly professional audiences.
We are looking for a talented and experienced individual who can raise our profile and deepen our engagement with the first 1001 days sector, our network, and policymakers at local and national levels. As well as being confident and competent in delivering creative and engaging content across digital platforms, you must also be well versed in preparing compelling stories and content, bringing to life our work, and that of parent-infant teams. You will bring experience in digital communications and marketing especially with professional audiences; use and analytics of social media platforms; competency with WordPress; experience of working with beneficiaries, alongside strong planning and ability to work across a team.
This role provides an opportunity to further develop and build the communications function within a small organisation and combines both strategic leadership and direct delivery. It is predominately home-based, with flexibility in hours, making it perfect for an established communications professional who is looking for a flexible role that still provides plenty of challenge and opportunity. We are interested in hearing from passionate, curious people across cultures, genders, ethnicities, and lifestyles to help us reach all communities.
For more details please see the Job Description and Person Specification document.
Closing date is 10am on Monday October 5th 2020.
Going through the CharityJob website, please submit a maximum two-page CV alongside covering letter (no more than two pages in length) as an application outlining your experience with relevant examples to show how you meet the skills we are seeking. Please provide both documents as pdf files.
Please tell us if there are any reasonable adjustments we can make to assist you in your application.
Interviews will be taking place virtually, using a video calling app (Zoom). If access to technology/WIFI is difficult for you, please get in touch with us so we can assist in making suitable arrangements.
Stage one interview dates: October 13th and 14th.
Stage two interview date: October 20th.