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Digital Communications Officer

Closing date: 9am, Wednesday 3 July 2024
Interviews date: Monday 15 & Tuesday 16 July 2024

Location: Old Street, N1 7NH.  Most office-based staff work hybrid, working part of the time in the office and part of the time at home.
Salary: £38,116

CPRE The countryside charity is looking for a Digital Communications Officer to deliver a range of digital communications.  You will engage, educate, and inspiring our audiences through the delivery of high-quality digital communication and will grow and diversify support for our vision of a thriving, beautiful countryside for everyone.

You will be part of our Communications team, helping to deliver impactful and inspiring communications for CPRE, the countryside charity, building our supporter base and deepen engagement with our existing supporters and members.

In this exciting role you will develop our social media channels, deliver engagement activities, to increase brand awareness, and reach out to existing as well as new and diverse audiences.

You will create and edit fresh content for social media channels, campaign landing pages and supporter emails and will be responsible for implementing new and engaging communications and marketing strategies that support our organisational objectives. You will monitor and report on the performance of these strategies, providing actionable insights and recommendations.

You will report into the Communications Manager to further the objectives of the Communications team, report to your line manager and provide feedback to colleagues. Team working is essential to this role, but you will be able to work under your own initiative, with the support of your line manager.

The post is full-time role (35 hours a week) and is office-based (flexible working request will be considered evening and/or weekend work will require some flexibility in working hours from time to time.

We are committed to developing an inclusive and diverse CPRE in which everyone feels supported, valued, and always able to be themselves at work, because we recognise that a diverse and inclusive workforce is important in achieving our vision of a thriving, beautiful countryside for everyone. We therefore welcome applications from people of all backgrounds. People from ethnic minority backgrounds and disabled people are currently underrepresented across the environment, climate, sustainability, and conservation sectors. If you identify as a person of ethnic minority background and/or disabled, we are particularly interested in receiving your application.

To apply
Candidates should read the candidate information pack and job and person specification then send in a CV and a covering letter. Please make sure you address the criteria outlined in the job and person specification; failing to do so will mean you will be unlikely to be shortlisted. Please send your completed application, including a contact number, to by the closing date.

CPRE is an equal opportunities employer

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