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Senior Communications Manager

Circa £45,000 per annum including London Weighting, plus benefits

Permanent

Based in Aldgate, Central London

About this role

The Cystic Fibrosis Trust is at a turning point in the ways that we engage with our audiences, taking a digital-first, story-driven approach, engaging and enchanting our audiences through compelling content and communications via traditional and new channels. We need to make sure we’re using every channel we have available to connect to both the people we exist to help and the people who have the means to help us achieve our goals. That’s where you come in.

To make a lasting impact on those we are here for we need people with game-changing skills and an abundance of energy and commitment. We’re looking for an exceptional Senior Communications Manager to join our team and help us continue our fight.

If you have a solid background in communications and are looking for a new and rewarding challenge, then look no further.

In this role, you’ll develop and inspire a team of passionate experts and be responsible for the design, development and delivery of a multi-channel programme of communications activities that builds our identity, reputation and profile.

As someone who isn’t afraid to try something new, you’ll encourage others to think creatively, taking our communications to new heights and engaging more people.

As a strong communications all-rounder, you’ll oversee the smooth running of our busy press office, ensure internal and external activity are aligned, and maintain the Trust’s strong digital focus. You’ll ensure we’re sharing the compelling stories and experiences of people with cystic fibrosis to the right audiences, in the right ways, at the right time.

If you can build and maintain strong relationships, and have strong verbal and written skills, we’d love to hear from you.

Benefits include 30 days annual leave, flexible working and opportunities for learning and development

Applications for this role are now closed

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