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Communications Officer

British Liver Trust
£26200 per annum
Closing date
18 Feb 2022

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Communications Officer
Salary C £26,200 per annum 
Full time 37.5 hours per week 
Our head office is in Winchester, we are happy to offer hybrid working.

A world without liver disease – that’s our vision. 

With over 30 years’ experience, The British Liver Trust is the leading liver charity for adults in the UK working to improve liver health. Liver disease is the only one of the five big killer diseases that continues to increase, the Trust works to transform liver health through increased awareness, prevention, improved care and support.

This is an exciting time to join the Trust as we work on our new ambitious strategy for 2021 – 2024 and increase our profile, impact, and reach more people affected by and at-risk of liver disease and liver cancer.  
Reporting to the Communications Manager, you will be responsible for gaining profile and awareness raising coverage in a range of print, online and broadcast media.  

You will also work on specific communication projects across all areas of the charity which will raise awareness and understanding of the British Liver Trust, grow our influence and encourage people to support us, while progressively improving organisational understanding of what works for different audiences.

We are an equal opportunities employer and would be pleased to hear from candidates from minority group backgrounds.

Click Apply to start your application. You will be required to submit: 

- A covering letter explaining how your experience, skills and knowledge make you suitable for the role, with particular relevance to the Job Description 
- An up to date CV, including 2 referees

Closing date:  Midday on Monday 14th February
Interviews w/c 7th March 2022


We reach millions of people each year through our campaigns and services.

We are determined to achieve real change in liver health by:

  • Increasing awareness of liver disease and its risk factors 
  • Providing information and support to those affected
  • Working with healthcare professionals
  • Campaigning for earlier detection and better treatment and working in partnership to drive up standards of care and encourage more research
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