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PR Communications Officer

£33000 - £38000 per annum

Job Description

Are you a talented PR Communications Officer or are you striving to be one? Can you demonstrate that you have experience creating national media coverage and raising awareness of the charity? If so then you could be perfect for my client, a Social Welfare Charity based in London.

This is 6-month contract with the option to go permanent and ASAP start. This role is hybrid working with 3 days in the office near Waterloo Station, London, SE1.

The Role: In this PR Communications Officer role you'll report to the Media Manager. Specific tasks include:

  • Promote the charity through digital and social media channels.
  • Deliver news stories and features around Greater London to achieve media broadcast, print and digital channel coverage.
  • Edit cross-platform press materials.
  • Identify, interview and write up case studies.
  • Deal with media queries, requests for interviews and for information about specific services and campaigns.
  • Develop positive relationships with department and unit heads.
  • Provide advice on sensitive and complex communications challenges.
  • Support and mentor junior members of the PR and Communications team.
  • Create and sustain positive relationships with national media including journalists.

The Candidate: To be considered for the PR Communications Officer role you will need to possess experience of working in a media or PR environment.

Additionally, it's crucial that you possess the following:

  • Confident in building strong and meaningful relationships.
  • Experience in supporting the team meet goals and objectives.
  • Ability to work to tight deadlines and to prioritise work under pressure.
  • Ability to research and produce briefings and materials for the media including finding 'real life stories'.
  • Clear understanding of brand and reputation management.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Organised, accurate and strong attention to detail.
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    Charity Talent is a niche Recruitment business working purely with the Charity and not for profit sector. We have a brilliant team but we’re super busy and we’d love a new Resourcer to come and join us. 

    So who are we and what is it like to work with us? We’re a small (but mighty!) team, we have a whole heap of recruitment experience between us and years working in the Charity sector, which (in our opinion) is one of the loveliest sectors to work in. We work hard and as a business we really value a hard-working attitude, integrity and perseverance. Our office is based close to Liverpool St Station, E1  and we split our working time between the office and home (although we love being back together in the office now as much as possible).

    As a Resourcer with us, you'd primarily start working with the team collating lists of candidates suitable for jobs with our wonderful clients. You’d have LinkedIn, job boards, our internal database plus the fantastic existing network of candidates we have at your disposal to help make this happen. You would be conducting the initial telephone chat with these candidates and then meet those shortlisted either online or face to face to find out exactly what they love and hate doing and what their best skills are so we can match them to the perfect job. 

    There’s plenty of other things you’d get involved with too….posting job adverts, assisting with our social media presence, updating our database with all the candidates CV and compliance requirements and making sure that our candidates are happy in their new jobs. 

    Who are we looking for? We’d like someone with recruitment experience, this could be in an agency setting, internally or part as a HR team, it’s important that you know how to confidently talk to people, know how to build rapport and trust and can comfortably manage your time. We offer a generous basic salary and we reward success with monthly bonuses (objective focussed and subject to successful completion of probationary period), ongoing training and development, and regular social activities (which has included trips abroad, escape rooms, team meals, mini-golf, curling, pool/darts and cocktail making). 

    - Salary £23,000 – 27,500 dependant on experience. 
    - 25 days annual leave (plus Bank Holidays).
    - Flexible working hours and hybrid options. 
    - Monthly bonus (subject to successful completion of probationary period and objective focussed) 
    - Annual Salary review. 
    - Ongoing training and development.
    - Laptop and phone will be supplied.

    Hopefully you’ve read this and feel excited by the prospect of joining the team, if so, we would love to hear from you. Please email your CV along with a short covering email telling us a little bit about yourself to Claire - 


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    This is an ASAP temp role for 2 months with the possibility to extend. It will be hybrid working with a few days in the office near Paddington Station (W2).

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    • Support the team on all aspects of cross-channel appeals, including emails, direct mail, social media, and more.
    • Work within the database to pull targeted contact lists for appeals.
    • Ensure the database is up to date with all supporter information.
    • Manage invoices related to fundraising appeals.
    • Support on fundraising events by ensuring the materials are printed, deal with participants queries and sending out merchandise.
    • Process donations, bank checks, and send out mailed and emailed acknowledgments in a timely manner.
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    • Excellent organisation skills, time management and multitasking skills.
    • Strong interpersonal skills and dealing with a wide range of people.
    • Experience using a CRM system.
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    Location: located near Camden Station (NW1)

    Hybrid working with up to 3 days in the office a week.

    3 month temp role with the possibility to go perm

    £15-18 per hour including holiday pay.

    Key Responsibilities:

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    Desired Skills:

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