Communications and Engagement Officer (London, UK)
The Humanitarian Leadership Academy is a team within Save the Children UK’s Humanitarian Department whose mission is to enable people around the world to prepare for and respond to crises in their own countries. The Academy works to address the critical need for better quality, more relevant humanitarian learning and knowledge that is accessible to all those who need it. The Academy works with a wide range of partners, drawing on the knowledge, expertise and resources of a range of sectors to demonstrate how collaboration can ensure the best solutions are found for those most in need.
Our aim is to ensure that communities are prepared in advance with the knowledge and skills they need to respond quickly and effectively to a humanitarian situation. We want to build the resilience of communities and businesses, ultimately limiting loss of life and mitigating the devastating impact of disasters and conflict.
The Academy, previously a charitable subsidiary, has now merged with Save the Children UK (SCUK), which provides core service support and some fundraising support to the Academy. However, significant income generation efforts are required to ensure that the Academy can continue to offer high quality learning opportunities to the sector, both through trading income and through institutional donors, trusts, foundations, philanthropists and private sector organisations.
As a collaborative initiative, powerful and intelligent marketing and communication remains critical for the Humanitarian Leadership Academy. This role will support the Digital Communications Adviser on creating, developing and delivering content through a robust marketing and communications strategy to ensure the Academy is universally recognised and reaches as many new people and organisations as possible.
The individual will be part of the Academy’s External Relations team who are responsible for ensuring that the Academy’s profile and credibility is grown and maintained, and that the Academy remains relevant to local actors and within the wider global context. This is achieved through the brand, communications channels, strategic stakeholder engagement, income generation and the development of global partnerships. The team also works closely with the Academy’s network members to support engagement at the local, national and regional levels.
How to apply
You can apply via Save the Children UK website
Closing date: 23 February 2020
Location: Farringdon, London, UK
Contract type: Fixed term contract, full time
Contract duration: 12 months
Salary: £26,690 – £31,400