Date Added: 27 March 2017
: 24 April 2017
Job Title: Senior Public Affairs and Media Officer
Working For: Future Care Capital
Salary: £30,000 - £35,000 depending on experience
Future Care Capital (FCC) is a charity, emerging from the sale of the awarding organisation, the Council for Awards in Care, Health and Education (CACHE), in September 2015.
Beginning life as the National Nursery Examination Board (NNEB) in 1945, the charity has evolved throughout its 70-year history.
The Trustees have developed a detailed strategy for the future direction of the charity and have recently approved the 10-year business plan.
Vision: The charity will be known for being the leading independent voice for applying evidence that will advocate for and deliver a step change in health and care, including the advancement of quality and standards as well as education and training for allied professions as a sustainable charity.
Mission: Engage, educate and involve all generations in the development and delivery of unified health and care provision.
The charity's core offerings will be delivered through two collaborative but independent delivery vehicles:
Evidence-based advocacy: Developing new policy propositions and solutions supported by evidence-based research, stimulating debate and innovation through events, publications, projects and discussions with diverse stakeholders including the general public.
Social Impact Investment Fund: An investment fund managed by the charity to invest in sustainable social enterprises through an Innovation Fund, which support better quality and standards of services in the care, health and related education and training.
Senior Public Affairs and Media Officer
The role of the Senior Public Affairs and Media Officer is to professionally support the Deputy Chief Executive to lead in raising the charity’s profile, building its reputation, forging stronger relationships with key stakeholders and influence policymakers to advance the charity’s mission.
As a member of the marketing and communications team, the post-holder will work closely with the Deputy Chief Executive and Digital and Marketing Officer. The role also includes acting as spokesperson for the charity in certain circumstances after approval is sought from the Deputy Chief Executive.
Closing Date: 24 April 2017
The closing time for applications is 5pm.
FCC is looking to recruit a candidate quickly and interviews will take place as soon as possible.
Candidates who wish to apply for the role should submit a one-page cover letter and their CV to Taryn Kershaw at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please also contact Taryn if you would like a full copy of the job description.
Only candidates asked to attend an interview will receive further communications from FCC.