Vector Control, Saving Lives

Communications Officer

Communications Officer


    Ref:    607-18
       Salary:   £30,395 to £35,211

Full time post until September 30th 2022

Based in Liverpool, UK   

Closing Date: 2nd December 2018


 A creative and digitally skilled Communications Officer with strong organisational skills is being sought to work on a wide range of communication strategies and projects to help build profile, recognition and awareness of IVCC’s strategic goals and mission. Reporting to the Head of Communications but working as part of a wider matrixed team, this newly created post will assume responsibility for developing and delivering innovative and integrated communications strategies internally and across key stakeholder groups, with particular focus on the New Nets Project and ZERO by 40.

 Ideal candidates will have demonstrable track record of achievement of working proactively in the Communications Department of a commercially focussed organisation. We need someone who has experience of working on a day to day basis with a roster of external agencies and suppliers (PR, print, design etc) ensuring deliverables are of a high quality, on budget and on time. Excellent presentation, verbal and written communications skills including experience in copy writing, editing and proof reading with attention to detail are crucial for this post.

 Absolutely essential for this post is someone who can demonstrate advanced skills in relevant design and creative software (particularly PowerPoint, Adobe, InDesign, Photoshop and SharePoint, as well being highly versed and up to speed with website content management systems (particularly ‘Wordpress’) and the design and delivery of social media campaigns.  

  Closing Date: 2 December 2018

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