This is an exciting opportunity for the right person to be involved in shaping the internal communications and engagement service in one of the UK's biggest charities and making a real difference.
RNIB is going through a period of transformation, and it is timely that our internal communication channels and engagement approach are also being reviewed and improved so we can communicate with, and engage, our staff in a coordinated and strategic way. The development of a new Internal Communications and Engagement strategy will be fundamental to achieving this.
The successful candidate will support the delivery and evaluation of the strategy and deliver accessible, insight-driven and impactful internal communications. This role sits within a great, collaborative and supportive team with a huge amount of experience and goodwill.
Who we are looking for
You will have experience in creating impactful and inclusive communications to engage different audiences, including identifying the story in the message, gathering copy, copywriting, editing and proofreading.
You will be a team player, have a collaborative approach and keen to be involved in a variety of projects and tasks. You will have the confidence to develop internal stakeholder relationships to develop content at the appropriate time to enable effective communications planning.
You will have a good understanding of how digital communications can help deliver an internal communications strategy with skills in video and audio production and editing. You will be experienced in using analytics to drive improvements.
This role can be worked on a hybrid or remote basis.
Interviews will take place remotely via MS Teams on Monday 18th December.
We offer a competitive salary, a friendly and supportive team and working environment and a benefits package including:
26 days holiday per year (plus bank holidays - pro rata), which increase with service Excellent pension schemes
RNIB Rewards - our employee discounts platform gives you access to offers at over 800 in-store and online retailers In-house training and development opportunities Flexible working pattern and arrangements - each new member of staff will be given a laptop to make working flexibly easy
We actively encourage applicants with lived experience of sight loss to apply for this role.
If you'd like to apply for this great role, please apply online, uploading your CV and cover letter. Submitted CVs without a covering letter will give us limited information to help us shortlist for the role, so please use this opportunity to tell us why you think you would be a great fit for RNIB. Also highlight how you meet the specialist knowledge, skills and experience outlined in point 1 of the Personal Specification in the job description.
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We're the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) and we're here for everyone affected by sight loss. Working for us means working for one of the UK's biggest charities, supporting almost two million people living with sight loss in the UK.
RNIB is leading the creation of a world where there are no barriers for people with sight loss. One of our key priorities is to ask people to see sight loss differently, reversing inaccurate perceptions and changing public behaviours so everyone expects equal participation from people with sight loss and the creation of a fully accessible society.
RNIB is committed to equality of opportunity and to promoting and celebrating the diversity of its staff and volunteers. We welcome everyone's contribution and are proud of our status as a Disability Confident Leader. We welcome applications from people with sight loss and talented people from all sections of the community who share our values.