Vacancies for paid positions
Circa £22K, plus benefits
About World Land Trust
World Land Trust (WLT), a leading international wildlife conservation charity, is seeking a talented Communications Officer to join their communications team. WLT partners with NGO’s around the world to protect natural ecosystems and save threatened species. The charity is also focused on providing natural solutions to the climate crisis with carbon offsetting projects. WLT is a forward thinking, internationally respected conservation charity, with patrons including Sir David Attenborough and Chris Packham. WLT’s office is based in a charming period property in Halesworth, Suffolk and the new Communications Officer will be joining an organisation with a supportive, flexible and inclusive working environment.
About the Communications Officer role
Reporting to the Communications Manager, the Communications Officer will have a hands-on role, writing and editing content for digital and print channels. The communications team play a key role in inspiring supporters and raising awareness. WLT has a non-hierarchical structure, and the Communications Officer will have the opportunity to bring fresh ideas to the table and contribute to communications strategy.
Key Responsibilities for the Communications Officer:
· Writing, editing and producing content for multiple channels including website, blog, social media and print.
· Working with videographers to create engaging video content.
· Managing social channels and writing social copy.
· Staying abreast of current news stories and producing reactive content.
· Researching new stories and content ideas.
You’ll be a talented and digitally savvy writer with the ability to write compelling content for different channels and audiences. If you’re passionate about communications, conservation and mitigating climate change, this could be the perfect role for you.
Skills and experience needed for the Communications Officer role:
· Strong writing and editing skills.
· Knowledge of digital platforms.
· Ability to write content for different channels and audiences.
· Confident, communicative and collaborative nature.
· Interest in environmental conservation.
For more information about the Communications Officer role or to apply, send your CV now to Neil Grant at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0203 826 1215.
Candidates must be eligible to work in the UK.
Internships and Voluntary positions
There are currently no internships or voluntary positions available.
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