Communications and Campaigns Officer, Action for Global Health Network UK
Deadline: Midnight, Tuesday 5 November 2019
Interviews: Friday, 8 November 2019
Location: London, UK
Term: 35 hours per week. Contract until February 2021 with the possibility of extension.
Salary: £29, 881 p.a.
Are you passionate about global health, with a proven ability to develop and implement communication and campaign strategies? If yes, this might be the job for you! This role would suit an innovative and energetic person with excellent communication skills, the ability to motivate others and strong project management skills.
We are looking for a Communications and Campaigns Officer for the Action for Global Health Network UK (AfGH UK), which represents over 60 of the UK’s leading NGOs, research institutions and health experts working to promote and improve global health.
AfGH UK believes that the UK Government should play a leading role in realising the right to health for all globally and works on a broad range of health issues with a focus on the quantity and quality of UK development assistance for health. The network provides a unique co-ordination and convening role mobilising UK global health advocates working towards a common strategy to hold UK government and global health institutions and stakeholders accountable, as well as providing a vital platform for dialogue between UK and global civil society and the UK Government.
The AfGH UK Communications and Campaigns Officer is responsible for developing, coordinating and guiding the communications and campaign activities for Action for Global Health.
Key Accountabilities include:
1. To mobilise and coordinate communications and campaigns activity by the network and other intersecting development actors to advocate for continued UK leadership on global health, in addition to specific policy and funding goals [60%]
2. To develop and implement Action for Global Health’s communications strategy [20%]
3. To support the Co-ordinator in grant management and the development of funding proposals and reports relating to the organisation’s advocacy work [15%]
4. Other duties as directed by the Co-ordinator [5%]
For more information and full description visit the website.
Please e-mail your completed application form and equal opportunities form to firstname.lastname@example.org or post the completed application to STOPAIDS, Grayston Centre, 28 Charles Square, London, N1 6HT.
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