Communications and Marketing Officer
Flexible working hours welcomed
37 hours per week- £22-24k
This is no ordinary marketing and comms role. This is a role that will challenge you to get radical, unleashing your inner activist to support Mayday by:
- Sharing how our PTS coaches walk alongside people experiencing tough times like homelessness, and sharing the difference our work makes
- Contributing to creating campaigns that will challenge and change public service systems
- Sharing our learning and helping us to influence key decision makers in public services
Mayday Trust has radically transformed over the past 10 years from a traditional supported housing and homelessness charity to a leading voice for person-led and strength-based systems change. We offer strengths-based coaching to people going through tough times. We support other charities and providers to deliver coaching using our PTS Response model, and to replace outdated support services and systems with strengths-based alternatives.
Mayday is looking for someone who has a passion for social justice and experience in marketing and communications to join our team.
This is an opportunity for someone who understands that communication is not just about creating pretty leaflets, fun social media posts and cool videos, but can be a tool for creating real change in our broken public service systems.
We are looking for someone with creative flair who can help us maintain our social media presence, work with colleagues on communications campaigns and support our overall marketing activity.
We understand that a thriving organisation is one who builds a diverse team, representative of the communities it serves. So we welcome applicants from all walks of life, and would particularly encourage those from underrepresented groups to consider the opportunity.
How to Apply
Please complete the application form (link below) and submit the completed version to: email@example.com. Applications close: 5.00pm Tuesday 19th April. We will be inviting successful applicants to an initial informal 10 minute discussion on Monday 25th April from which we will be inviting a shortlist of candidates to a final interview on Tuesday 3rd May.