The Community Organisation Support team at Inclusion Barnet are looking for a Communications Officer!
Hours: 21 per week
Salary: £25,000 pro rata
Location: Remote home working. Barnet-based hybrid working available at our office in Colindale.
Deadline: Saturday 22nd April 2023
Would you describe yourself as digitally savvy?
Do you have communications experience?
Are you looking for a great opportunity to showcase and develop your creativeness and expertise?
If you have lived experience of disability, which could include a long-term health or mental health condition, then you could really thrive at our inclusive organisation.
We are looking for a comms person who can help us further develop our digital comms platforms and analytics, including website, newsletters, social media and creating short videos. Coupled with good copy writing skills and an instinct for what’s on message for the organisation, you’ll work closely with our Community Organisation Support Lead to develop content for these platforms, and those of the wider Barnet Together partnership. You’ll also be confident using your problem-solving skills to solve technical issues around digital platforms, liaise with external providers where needed. as well as using your comms skills to help us to demonstrate the impact of our work.
Working in a small, supportive team you’ll be able to tap into our range of complementary comms skills to deliver high quality materials and similarly share your own expertise with us to enhance our overall service. There’s plenty of opportunity to develop your skills and learning too.
Although primarily working from home, there may be some occasions when you would need to be in Barnet for team meetings or representing Inclusion Barnet and/or Barnet Together at events.
To apply, please submit your CV with a brief covering letter clearly stating how you meet the person specification. Please include information on how you would use your lived experience of disability to successfully deliver the role.
This is a fixed term contract until 31st March 2024 in the first instance, extendable subject to future funding.