|Salary: £35,000 per annum |
Job Type: Full time, fixed-term (3 years)
|Deadline: 20 August 2019, 23:59|
Benefits: 27 days holiday, free staff lunch, pension scheme and more; for more information, view the job
Would you like to work for an active and high-profile public health advocacy alliance? We are looking for an experienced and talented Communications Manager to communicate our messages to the media, stakeholders and the public. This is a fantastic opportunity to work on one of the UK’s biggest health issues and its impact on wider society. The role is very varied, covering social and political issues including health inequalities, homelessness, marketing, addiction, taxation, and the role of business in setting government policy.
The Alcohol Health Alliance UK is a partnership of over 50 organisations, who work together to reduce the harm caused by alcohol and advocate for evidence-based alcohol policy. It is one of the largest public health alliances, and members include charities, medical royal colleges, alcohol health campaigners and patient representatives.
This role is based at the Royal College of Physicians (RCP) in Regent’s Park, London with regular travel to the Institute of Alcohol Studies, Victoria, London. The RCP’s mission is to drive improvements in health and healthcare through advocacy, education and research and it has a long history of campaigning on public health issues. The RCP launched the AHA in 2007.
We’re looking for an energetic self-starter who can manage the overall communications strategy and deliver day-to-day communications, and who is used to working with a wide range of other professionals including academics, clinicians and senior leaders in charities and health organisations.
For more information about the role, please view the job description and person specification.
Closing date: 20 August 2019; Interview date: 29 August 2019
To apply for this role please submit your CV and Covering Letter outlining how your skills and experience match the job description and person specification here.