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Raleigh International operates in five countries globally and is always looking for people who will live and breathe our values: find the courage, open to discovery, never give up, create impact together, act with integrity.

We value a diverse workforce and welcome applications from all sectors of the community.

We offer a dynamic workplace for our staff to dedicate their skills to drive sustainable development through inspiring young people. We support learning and development, and we have competitive compensation, benefits and generous annual leave entitlement. With staff committed to advancing global citizenship and sustainable community development, Raleigh International is an exciting place to work.

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Senior Communications and Media Officer

We’re looking for a great writer and editor, someone who can respond to a crisis and get stories of the impact of our work into the media.

Reporting to the Communications Manager, the Senior Communications and Media Officer will focus on driving the charity’s media activities to articulate the wider messages about Raleigh’s work in an engaging and inspiring way.

You will be responsible for drafting content for web and social media as well as editing and producing Raleigh’s print publications including the Impact Report and alumni publication Connections.

You will manage the Communications Coordinator, whose role focuses on gaining regional media coverage.

Evidence of excellent writing and editing skills is essential, as is knowledge of working with the UK national, regional and specialist media.

Essential Skills and Experience:

• Demonstrable verbal communication skills
• Proven ability to write and edit to a high standard, including experience of managing, collating and writing organisational publications
• Experience of managing both reactive enquiries – including in a crisis – and gaining proactive, high-level media coverage using both strategic planning and plenty of initiative and creativity
• Proven ability to build strong relationships and influence at all levels including journalists
• Commitment to the aims, ethos and culture of Raleigh International

Download the role description

Location: London

Salary: £28,001 – £30,619 per annum

Contract: Full-time

Closing date: 19/10/2016 11:30 pm

Interviewing from: 31/10/2016

Start date: As soon as possible

Application process: Applications closed

Overseas paid opportunities

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