St Ann’s Hospice
We’ve got big ambitions. There are lots of exciting changes happening at St Ann’s Hospice. We’re going through a rapid period of growth and are expanding our communications team with the addition of a new digital marketing and communications officer who will be vital in helping us to develop and grow our profile across Greater Manchester in the coming months and years.
This new post offers a real opportunity for the successful candidate to have a direct, tangible impact on the organisation by increasing support, income and awareness of the hospice as a result of targeted communications campaigns – helping us to continue to provide much-needed care to the thousands of local people living with or affected by life-limiting illnesses who rely on and value our services.
Digital Marketing and Communications Officer
Salary: Circa £23,911 per annum
Working HRS: 37.5 hours per week
Based at Heald Green site with some cross site working
This role will report directly to the Marketing and Communications Manager and will be pivotal in the development of our online and social media activity, engaging local communities and supporters by cementing our position as one of the city’s most loved charities.
The Digital Marketing and Communications Officer will market and publicise the hospice, raising awareness of St Ann’s clinical work and exciting portfolio of fundraising events and activities. The post holder will help with the management of a project to develop a new website and intranet for St Ann’s, and will also lead St Ann’s online, email and social media marketing and communications activity, in collaboration with the Marketing and Communications Manager and Marketing and Communications Officer. They will also be brimming with ideas on how we can better utilise these arenas to increase our profile – embracing new technologies, creating engaging content, or looking for ways to capture the imagination of local people with clever comms. It’s a real opportunity for the successful applicant to hit the ground running and to think creatively about new ways to engage audiences across Greater Manchester at what is an exciting time for one of the UK’s largest and most-loved hospices.