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13 January 2022

Bild’s communications team is growing – do you want to play a key role?

We’re pleased that the Bild family is growing, and we are recruiting to fill two key positions with our communications team.

It’s an exciting time to join the charity as we grow and expand our important work supporting people with learning disabilities, including people who also have autism, mental health conditions or dementia. We believe in an inclusive society where everyone can enjoy the same rights and responsibilities.

We’re looking for passionate and committed individuals who are interested in championing human rights and improving people’s lives.

Are you passionate about communications, media and engagement? We currently have two exciting communications roles available.

Communications Manager (Bild and Restraint Reduction Network)

37.5 hours per week

Working remotely, with some regular travel to our Birmingham office, you will play a lead role in planning, developing, and implementing our communication and PR plans, in order to grow awareness and build the profile of the Bild family.

Key responsibilities and duties will include:

  • Devising and managing integrated campaigns and initiatives, working with sector partners, digital and design
  • Writing, developing and producing materials such as press releases, briefing documents, media statements and online information suitable for stakeholders, including people with lived experience
  • Keeping abreast of communications and engagement activity within the sector, and demonstrating an awareness of the impact this may have on existing and future communications activities
  • Line managing Bild’s Communication Officer post

This role has fantastic potential to develop into a Communications Director position in the near future.

Closing date: 31.01.22

Click here to download a full job description.

Apply by sharing your CV and cover letter to: recruitment@bild.org.uk

Communications Officer (Bild and Restraint Reduction Network)

37.5 hours per week

Also working remotely, with some regular travel to our Birmingham office, your role will be to lead strategic implementation of engagement with our core members, Communities of Practice and stakeholders – supporting wider communication team activities.

Key responsibilities and duties will include:

  • Shaping the development and growth of our membership offer for Bild and the RRN
  • Researching and creating materials (both online and offline content) that will appeal and engage different groups within our membership
  • Showing a strong understanding of accessibility considerations, particularly for those with learning disabilities and autistic people

Closing date: 14.02.22

Click here to download a full job description.

Apply by sharing your CV and cover letter to: recruitment@bild.org.uk

We really look forward to hearing from you!