Date Added: 10 January 2022
: 30 January 2022
Job Title: Events and Communications Manager
Working For: Common Vision
Salary: £26,000-£32,000 depending on experience
Length of Contract: Permanent
Common Vision is an independent think tank specialising in deliberative dialogue and community listening.
Over the last 7 years, Common Vision has built a strong reputation and enjoyed a growing profile on issues relating to our three strategic programmes:
- Involving young people in public dialogue and intergenerational policy making
- Catalysing responsible business action in the transition to environmental, social and economic sustainability
- Understanding emerging trends in local communities and cultural life
The Events and Communications manager will support engagement, profile building and relationship management across these three areas.
- Events coordination: Designing and executing a varied schedule of events, leadership activities and development workshops across various projects
- Communications: Producing engaging and accessible written content, newsletters and social media outputs
- Network engagement: Coordinating network-building activities in order to grow and maintain active and engaged communities around Common Vision's work
- Stakeholder engagement: Liaising with participants involved in our research projects, events and other activities, including young leaders, professionals, campaigners, public commentators, Parliamentarians and academics
- Research and programming: Desk research and market research to inform the programming of events and other community engagement activities
- Fundraising: Supporting fundraising bids and external engagement with partners, funders and wider stakeholders
- Project management: General project management and administration
The ideal candidate will have:
- At least 3 years experience in a role encompassing the majority of the responsibilities outlined above
- A keen interest in a wide range of social and political issues, including intergenerational equity, sustainability, arts and culture, and localism
- A thirst for knowledge and continuous learning, a creative and aspirational mindset and a keen eye for detail
- Strong professional skills and the ability to multitask in a fast-paced, dynamic environment
Flexible and part-time arrangements will be considered.
Closing Date: 30 January 2022
Please send a CV and covering letter, setting out why you want to work for Common Vision and how your experience and personal qualities match the candidate specification, to email@example.com with the job title and 'W4MPjobs' in the email subject line.
17/01/22 - Closing date extended.