Vacancy: Events and Digital Communications Facilitator

Do you share our vision of a UK in which everyone can live a full life, free from poverty? Do you want to work as part of a team bringing about meaningful change? We are looking for someone to facilitate a national event and our digital communications.

Our vision is that the UK can and must be transformed into a country where everyone can live a full life, free from poverty. Poverty robs people of dignity, freedom, and hope, of power over their own lives. We believe that our vision – an end to poverty in the UK – can become a reality. As a member of the Church Action on Poverty staff team, you will contribute towards achieving our core strategic goal of building a more powerful social movement rooted to build dignity, agency, and power together.

Since 2020, Church Action on Poverty has coordinated the annual Challenge Poverty Week in England and Wales. The Events and Digital Communications Facilitator will facilitate this, including supporting key partners in promoting on and offline engagement and events leading up to and during the Week.

The Events and Digital Communications Facilitator will work with all of Church Action on Poverty’s teams and programmes, supporting digital communications, and ensuring that they are coordinated with one another as part of the organisation’s overarching communications strategy.

This is a 35-hour-a-week role for working from our offices in Salford Quays or hybrid home working. The salary is £23,484 – £27,514 dependent on experience, plus a 10% employer’s pension contribution and generous holiday entitlements.

Closing date: Thursday 14 July 2022 at 10:00am

Interview date: Thursday 21 July 2022 at our offices in Salford

We actively welcome applications from people belonging to all faiths and none.

Please apply using our application form, available below. CVs will not be considered.

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