Group B Strep Support is a UK health charity dedicated to improving maternity safety and preventing group B Strep infection in babies. Our mission involves raising awareness, providing support and information to new and expectant parents and their healthcare professionals, and advocating for better prevention, identification and treatment strategies. We are committed to ensuring that all babies have the best start in life by reducing the risk of GBS-related complications.
Do you want to help save babies’ lives by shaping, developing, and delivering our communications and marketing function?
Join our dynamic team! We’re on the lookout for a passionate and creative Communications & Marketing Manager to play a crucial role in our charity’s growth.
You’ll lead the charge in developing and executing our communications strategy, expanding our online presence, and creating vital awareness about group B Strep. With your communication skills, initiative, problem-solving mindset, and empathy, you’ll make a huge difference by helping families prevent the heartbreak of GBS infections in babies.
Reporting to the Chief Executive, you’ll collaborate with the whole team and have the support of our freelance graphic designer.
Key responsibilities include shaping and delivering the communications strategy, leading media engagement, engaging supporters and stakeholders, content creation, and managing digital communications. Be part of our mission to make a positive impact!
If you’re up for the challenge of uniting these functions, we want to hear from you.
Title: Communications & Marketing Manager
Reports to: Chief Executive
Direct Reports: None
Salary: £35,000 per annum
Terms: Full-time (35 hours per week), Monday to Friday, permanent
Location: Hybrid working, 1-2 days a week in Haywards Heath (would consider fully remote)
Interviews: Interviews following receipt of applications
Please send the following documents to email@example.com.
- Your CV (please ensure this does not include your age, gender or any other personal characteristics)
- Your supporting statement explaining why you would like to work for GBSS, and how your skills woud benefit us. Please address the essential points of the personal specification in fewer than 1,000 words.
- Please also complete the Equality & Diversity Monitoring Form and send this with your application. This will not be used when shortlisting candidates but helps us monitor and improve our recruitment processes and practices.
Closing date for applications: Rolling
Interviews: Will be set up for selected candidates following receipt of application forms and will be held via Zoom or Teams.