Communications Officer

Employer
Environmental Association for Universities & Colleges (EAUC)
Location
Homeworking
Salary
£24,871 - £27,116 plus 12.5% employer pension contribution
Closing date
31 Jan 2022

View more

You need to sign in or create an account to save a job.

Could you be the inspiration and drive behind EAUC communications? You’re going to thrive in our small but dynamic organisation.

Are you passionate about the planet and want a fulfilling role in an exciting sector? This core position within our team will see you lead and drive the organisation as the lead for all our communications. Your work is to engage and inspire our members and national and international stakeholders to advance sustainability across the further and higher education sector. EAUC is the alliance for sustainability leadership in education, and you will be responsible for inspiring our colleges and universities to take action.

You will have excellent communication skills across a variety of platforms to ensure all our communications are clear, relevant, inspirational and valued. Your writing and editing skills will be exceptional, and you will need a great eye for detail as you will be taking lead responsibility for all EAUC’s external and internal communication channels.

You will be flexible, self-led and able to work remotely and happy to work with colleagues to support wider organisation activities and targets as outlined in the EAUC’s Strategic Plan.

You will have the opportunity to develop and shape our communications You will be rewarded with involvement in a dynamic charity, generous holidays and a 12.5% employer pension contribution.

Salary: Grade 5 (£24,871 - £27,116), plus 12.5% employer pension contribution

Contract Type: Permanent 

Hours: 37 hours per week (0.8 FTE could be considered for experienced candidates)

Location: Home based (with home-based allowance), with occasional travel across the UK

Closing date: 31st January 2022 at midnight

Interview date: 9th February 2022 - held virtually


About us:

EAUC is the alliance for sustainability leadership in education. From starting out as a voluntary organisation in 1996, we have grown to represent institutions with over 4.5 million students and nearly 600,000 staff with a spending budget of over £43 billion. We help leaders, academics and other professionals to drive sustainability to the heart of their post-16 education institutions in the UK and internationally. The EAUC is an independent registered charitable company.

We are a home-based organisation and you will receive a monthly payment of £25 per month pro rata based on your FTE. This is to cover additional expenses you will incur during working hours such as heating, lighting and water or additional cost of upgrading broadband provision - which is deemed to be sufficient to cover the cost of the required specification for business use. You will be provided with the necessary equipment you require to perform your role.

We will commit to giving you lots of responsibility to develop your ideas and get things done, and support you to hone your skills for work with the further and higher education and sustainability sectors.

The EAUC is committed to equality and valuing diversity within its workforce and trustees and actively encourages diversity in applications. You can view our Equality and Diversity actions here.

We operate an anonymised recruitment process. All name, ethnicity, age, email address, photos, address are removed by a different member of staff to those that are part of the shortlisting process. We always use equal opportunity forms in our recruitment process.
 

To apply:

Please provide your CV AND a covering letter supporting your application which clearly outlines why you want to work for EAUC, and how your experience to date aligns with the role, expected duties, skills and knowledge. 

EAUC will be anonymising all applications prior to shortlisting as part of our commitment to minimise any unconscious bias within our recruitment process. Please submit your CV and Cover Letter without your name or photographs within either document, making your name the document file name(s). We will rename these documents before they are passed to our shortlisting panel. Email your anonymised CV and Cover Letter to info@eauc.org.uk

Applications that do not fulfil the application process will not be considered.

Please also consider completing the Equal Opportunities Form available to download below. This will not be linked to your application, and will be used to help EAUC understand our success at attracting a diverse range of candidates to apply for roles within our organisation. Please email this to info@eauc.org.uk.

You need to sign in or create an account to save a job.

Get job alerts

Create a job alert and receive personalised job recommendations straight to your inbox.

Create alert