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We want to see cervical cancer become a disease of the past, do you have the skills, experience and passion to help make that happen?
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This is a fantastic opportunity to join the Communications and Public Affairs team. You’ll help make a real difference to those affected by cervical cancer and abnormalities as well as getting us closer to our vision of eradicating the disease.
The Senior Communications Officer plays a key role in developing and delivering creative campaigns and communications to reach a wide range of audiences, including increasing public awareness and influencing policy. We are looking for someone who can spot a story and secure media opportunities across broadcast, national, regional and trade press. You’ll have excellent writing skills, strong attention to detail and be confident with using a range of channels to reach diverse audiences and achieve organisational goals.
The role will build and manage our database of case studies with compassion and empathy, and create and lead on the production of a range of materials including our annual review, newsletters and reports.
To apply for this role please send a CV and a covering letter to; Kate Sanger, Head of Communications and Public Affairs via [email protected]. In your letter please explain why you feel your skills and experience are appropriate for this position. Applications without a covering letter will not be considered.
Closing date for application: 20 May
First interview date: 24 May
Second interview date: TBC
Please note this is a maternity cover role one year contract.
The Information and Engagement Department is an externally-facing, driver of insight into health professional and the general public’s educational needs. We also act as an information innovator for Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust. The Department has two key areas of its work: information provision and public engagement. You'll be leading the team in this one year maternity cover.
This role will provide you with a fantastic opportunity to join and lead a busy team of five working towards eradicating cervical cancer through our local engagement programmes and the production of award winning heath information. Across our team we engage with a range of stakeholders including women affected by cervical cancer and abnormalities, women and young people eligible for HPV vaccination and/or cervical screening, including marginalised groups, and, primary and secondary health care professionals, and key heath influencers. We are evidenced based with everything we do and we hope that you will have a passion for evaluation of health engagement.
You will need to demonstrate the ability to manage a dynamic team, some of which are remotely based outside of our head office in London. You will be a strong communicator with experience in public health engagement and information and will help lead the team to initiative and achieve targets and support the charity to achieve its overall mission.
To apply for this role please send a CV and a covering letter to; Claire Cohen, Head of Health Information and Engagement via [email protected]. In your letter please explain why you feel your skills and experience are appropriate for this position. Applications without a covering letter will not be considered.
Closing date for application: 12pm 24 May
First interview date: 31 May
Second interview date: 7 June
Unfortunately we are unable to respond to every applicant, if you have not heard from us by 25 May please assume you have not been shortlisted on this occasion.