Healthwatch Brighton and Hove
As a marketing lead, you will take on our social media. Providing creativity and inspiration, writing posts, doing interviews, taking and designing images. Helping to shape how we communicate what we do to the people of Brighton and Hove.
- Create new and engaging social media posts to regularly promote our activities.
- Interview people involved in health and social care.
- Write content including blogs and interviews.
Devise new ways to engage our local community
- Research for promotional ideas and potential news items
You should have:
- Experience of using social media (Twitter, Facebook).
- Experience of using MS office including Publisher and Word.
- Ability to write short informational pieces, ideally with a personal perspective.
- Ability to work on own initiative and as part of a team.
- Good organisational skills.
Not essential, but helpful:
- Using Wordpress or similar CMS systems.
- Ability to be creative, with an eye for detail.
- Experience of working with Photoshop or similar graphic software.
The chance to improve health and social care services in your local community, whilst earning valuable practical experience in this sector.
Full training given as well as well as regular opportunities for further training.
A reference after six months of service.
For some of the tasks you will need to work from our offices in central Brighton, near the main station. The nature of the role means that some of the work could be done remotely.
When do I need to be available?
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Suitable only for (e.g. 18+, LGBT, BAME, Women only)
There is no requirement for a DBS check for this role.
- Disabled Access
- Equal Opportunities Policy or Statement
Full out-of-pocket expenses paid
- Health and Safety
Full training provided
Insurance Cover for Volunteers
Public liability and professional indemnity covered
Support on Offer
Regular opportunities for support from the Healthwatch team and other volunteers, in group and one-to-one settings.
Regular opportunities for relevant training.