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Band B2 £33,000 (entry level) - £37,520 (maximum) per annum. Appointment is normally made at entry level.
The Communications Manager is a vital post working across the organisation to manage the delivery of high quality, consistent and targeted communications materials and activities which reflect its professionalism, ambition and values. It is a busy role covering the spectrum of CPA UK’s projects and programmes. The Communications Manager will be responsible for translating the communications strategy into a body of work which maximises opportunities to promote CPA UK as an organisation and the effectiveness of its work. Focus should be on quality rather than quantity; however, it will be important to emphasise the breadth and value of all CPA UK’s programmes and projects.
The role is suitable for an experienced communications professional with strategic vision, initiative, sound judgement and a proven track record of delivery at pace.
The Communications Manager line manages one Communications Officer, whose scope of work will be similar; however, an important aspect of the role will be managing how communications work is shared to achieve optimal results.
Full details including the job description can be found here.
To apply, please refer carefully to the guidance notes and then complete the following online application form.
- You are advised to complete your application in a Word document and then paste your answers into the form to avoid any loss.
- Please note if a completed online application form is not returned, your application will not be put forward to the sifting panel.
- CPA UK carries out anonymised recruitment to continue to build a diverse and inclusive workforce. Your personal information (i.e. your name) will be concealed during the sifting phase and only the names of those who are being invited for interviews will be made known to the panel.
- Roles may be considered for job share or flexible working.
- You will be required to evidence your right to work in the UK. To apply for this role, you must have lived in the UK for three years out of the past five. This is to comply with nationality checks and parliamentary security eligibility criteria.
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The closing date for applications is Sunday 26th February 2023 at 23.55. All submissions must be delivered by that time. Applicants are advised that late submissions will not be considered. Interviews are likely to be held w/c 6th March 2023.
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