Kent Wildlife Trust is the leading wildlife charity for Kent and Medway, supported by its members and staffed by committed professionals. Nature is in trouble and it needs our help. Kent Wildlife Trust has a plan to aid nature’s recovery and we encourage people to join us to make a difference.
Are you a marketing and communications superstar? Do you thrive on a varied work load that encourages you to apply your skills and expertise to generate top quality communications content? Do you understand local press and social media, and have a journalistic eye?
Kent Wildlife Trust is seeking a Communications Manager to build and engage new audiences; develop a pro-active local PR strategy to keep our excellent work in the local and national limelight; and to improve and support income generation across the organisation.
This is a varied and demanding role with significant scope for autonomy and creativity. The role will be supported by the Director of Fundraising and Marketing with the aim of developing our Communications Team. With a focus on using communications activiely to support income generation from membership, fundraising and events, this role will benefit from working closely with the team and across the organisation, taking a lead on internal communications.
You will have experience of developing and delivering communications strategies and of maintaining and promoting a brand.
You will be skilled in project management and budget setting; coordinating and designing printed and digital publications; and producing dynamic content for a wide range of audiences to sometimes tight timeframes.
But most of all you will be a creative, and forward thinking individual who thrives on success and wants to lead, and grow, a high performing team.
For an informal discussion about the post please contact Ed Charles on 01622 357803
To download the application pack please visit our website: www.kentwildlifetrust.org.uk
Previous applicants need not apply.
Kent Wildlife Trust has a positive approach to equality and welcomes applications from all sectors of the community