Date Added: 16 November 2023
: 5 December 2023
Job Title: Communications Officer
Working For: European Network on Statelessness
Salary: £30,747 per year
Length of Contract: Permanent
The European Network on Statelessness (ENS) is seeking a Communications Officer to play a key role in enabling us to fulfil our mission to break the cycle of statelessness in Europe and realise everyone’s right to a nationality.
This is a great opportunity to help us deliver our new Strategic Plan working at the forefront of one of the most pressing human rights issues. The successful candidate will support ENS’s communications work and deliver new ways of raising awareness and galvanising action to end statelessness.
Working under the supervision of the Head of Communications, Operations & Development, the postholder will help increase issue awareness and mobilise key audiences to act. The post will work closely with key partners, members and other ENS staff to increase the impact of our advocacy work by developing engaging content. They will also support our efforts to put people and communities affected by statelessness at the centre of our communications work.
We are looking for someone with a solid track record in developing and promoting engaging content to affect change on hard-to-win issues. The candidate should also have practical knowledge of online communications tools (including using website CMS, CRM and social media management platforms).
The post’s day-to-day responsibilities will among other things involve coordinating a busy online publishing schedule, managing social media, and helping deliver specialised campaigns to promote the rights of stateless people in Europe.
The successful candidate will have experience working in a busy communications environment and be able to show an aptitude to successfully engage in raising awareness and delivering engaging content.
We provide a friendly and welcoming team environment. This includes weekly supervision meetings, flexible working arrangements, opportunities for travel, and opportunities for learning and professional development.
This is a full-time (35 hours a week) role, but we re open to considering the role being undertaken on a part-time basis.
In addition to an annual inflation linked salary review, we offer 25 days annual holiday (with an additional day for each completed year of service up to 5 days), 5% employer pension contribution, enhanced family friendly policies, enhanced sick leave & sick pay and an employee assistance programme.
Closing Date: 5 December 2023
Applications close 9am 5 Dec 2023
Interviews are scheduled to be conducted on Monday 18 December 2023
For questions about the role, please contact Head of Communications, Operations & Development, Jan Brulc (email@example.com).
To find out more about the role and how to apply please read the full role description available at https://www.statelessness.eu/updates/news/vacancy-communications-officer
Candidates should send a completed application form to firstname.lastname@example.org stating “Communications Officer” in the subject heading.
Please also provide 2 recent examples of different online content you helped create/deliver (eg. blogs, social media campaigns, videos, graphics, podcasts or other content).