Are you looking to combine your experience in communications and marketing with a passion for tackling the nature and climate emergency?
As the largest nature conservation charity in the UK with over 1.2 million members, our client makes a real difference to the world we live in and they can’t do that without great people.
Position: Communications Delivery Planner
Location: Flexible, with regular visits to HQ in Sandy, Bedfordshire
Salary: £26,212 – £29,320 per annum
Hours: Full time, permanent
Benefits: Flexible working, 26 Days Annual Leave, Free access to our reserves, up to 20% discount off retail items in our shops. Free access to a confidential Employee Assistance programme that provides support and advice around financial, physical and mental health wellbeing. A substantial Learning and Development offer.
Closing date: 30 August 2020
About the role:
We are looking for a Communications Delivery Planner to be at the heart of our client’s external communications, making sure that all of their communications deliver an unrivalled supporter experience and ultimately allow them to deliver most impact for nature.
Your key responsibilities will include:
- facilitating the production of audience-led, integrated campaign plans that will play out across the full range of our client’s owned and earned channels.
- You will be the driving force behind the short-term communications planning; pulling together information and insight from around the business to make sure the focus is on the right things at the right time, aligning messages and delivering against the communications strategy.
As Communications Planner you will be able to bring together expert insight from a range of stakeholders to ensure the right channel, voice and message is used for the right audience.
You will also bring with you the following skills and experience:
- Detailed knowledge and experience of specialist software, best practices and methodologies relevant to the role.
- Effective written and communication skills.
- Strong people management skills and the ability to work collaboratively with peers and colleagues.
- Financial skills, sufficient to monitor expenditure, where appropriate.
- Experience of and ability to understand, conceptualise and interpret the technical requirements of staff, volunteers and other stakeholders.
- Experience of working independently and resolving unforeseen issues and challenges.
- Experience of planning and progressing work activities within industry guidelines or organisational policy, occasionally applying initiative and independent judgement.
If you are a strong facilitator, clear communicator and naturally curious, we want to hear from you!
Other roles you may have experience of could include: Engagement Planner, Channel Planner, Connections Planner, Marketing and Communications, Communications Planner, Comms Planner, Communications Manager, Digital Planner, External Communications, Marketing Communications Coordinator, Marketing & Communications Executive etc..
Please note: This role is covered by the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act. You will be asked to declare unspent convictions and cautions at offer of employment stage.