Chelsea, Greater London
£38,000 per year
We are looking for a talented, dynamic Marketing & Communications Manager to come and join our small but ambitious Charity that supports two specialist hospitals.
Royal Brompton & Harefield Hospitals Charity has bold plans for 2020 and beyond – the role of Marketing & Communications Manager is vital to delivering them, whilst working closely with internal colleagues and stakeholders across the Royal Brompton and Harefield Hospitals Foundation Trust.
The role answers directly in to the Chief Executive to reflect the pivotal nature both in planning and delivery.
Our communications strategy has grown out of all recognition over the years and as a result, the Charity is entering an exciting period.
You should be well versed in harnessing marketing and communications skills across a range of online and offline channels in order to drive audience growth. As a small Charity, it is imperative that we retain and nurture our existing supporter base too by providing ongoing opportunities for them to engage – from fundraising events, to news stories about our appeals.
Supporting two world-class hospitals that treat serious heart and lung conditions means many patient stories are shared with us. You will lead the strategy to share these stories in a way that is engaging and emotive, and that is integrated across our channels.
You will be working across different projects alongside the fundraising team, clinicians at the Trust and within the Marketing Department; you will be extremely well organised with the ability to prioritise should deadlines change.
You will manage the Digital and Marketing Executive and you will both be at the heart of a new strategy which takes the Charity in an exciting and ambitious direction.
Amongst other channels, you will oversee the Charity website, working with the Digital and Marketing Executive to add new content, upload supporter stories, manage the online shop and share our fundraising stories and events. You will also write and edit a twice-yearly Charity magazine that is read by thousands of supporters. As the Marketing Manager you will be a brand guardian to the Charity, ensuring that branding is clear and consistent on all materials.
This is a role never short of inspiration and the right candidate will help make a real difference to hundreds of thousands of patients each year, from babies with congenital heart defects to adults in need of a life-saving transplant,
Do you think you have what it takes to make a difference? If so, we want to hear from you. Please submit a CV and covering letter. Deadline for responses is Monday 27th January. Interviews will take place on Wednesday 5th February.
Chelsea, Greater London
Circa £32,000 per year
We are looking for an exceptional, highly organised Executive Assistant who will be able to provide an effective and comprehensive range of managerial and administrative tasks, including taking personal responsibility for a range of delegated projects and business to ensure the smooth running of the Chief Executive’s function.
This role sits at the heart of this energetic Charity which supports two of London’s leading specialist hospitals.
Managing much of the Charity’s Governance, you will have a passion for providing exceptional customer service, be proactive, accountable and self-motivated and looking to expand your career in our growing Charity. You will handle confidential data and information in a professional manner. You will possess strong business awareness and develop a deep understanding of the challenges and ambitions facing our Charity. You will be educated to degree level or have relevant equivalent experience.
You will provide vital support to the Chief Executive. This will include working with colleagues and stakeholders to proactively arrange regular meeting meetings in advance, managing the Charity office ensuring cover at all times and. preparing agendas, minutes and action trackers for meetings involving the Chief Executive.
The successful candidate must possess high organisation skills, attention to detail and the ability to produce accurate information and above all the correct attitude and ethos to work as part of an energetic team. You will be IT competent and familiar with administration systems.
You are accustomed to having a broad spectrum of tasks and can multi-task whilst producing high quality outputs within agreed time frames. Your prioritisation skills will be flawless, and you can quickly establish and maintain good working relationships at all levels. You will be able to build and maintain effective and collaborative working relationships with internal and external stakeholders. An awareness of the Charity sector is an advantage but not essential.
You will play a key part in delivering these dynamic, cutting edge projects, making a huge difference to the lives of thousands of people every year.
Do you think you have what it takes to make a difference? If so, we want to hear from you. Please submit a CV and covering letter. Interviews will take place on Thursday 30th January.