The Communications Coordinator leads on the delivery of the Masters in Conservation Leadership communications and marketing, including the course website, annual report, social media profile and other communications content (e.g. videos and newsletters). The aim of these activities is to attract the right applicants and increase external awareness of the course and its achievements.
The purpose of this role is to manage the dissemination of information regarding the Masters and its alumni to external audiences, to members of the Cambridge Conservation Initiative and the wider conservation community, to the alumni network, funders and any other key stakeholders as required. This is to ensure that the Masters receives good quality applications during its annual marketing round, and to ensure that the profile of the Masters is maintained and understood by all of our target interest groups.
The successful applicant should be educated to A Level standard or NVQ level 3 or equivalent level of practical experience. They should posses demonstrable social media skills on Facebook, Twitter, Linked In and other relevant channels. They should have experience working in communications (e.g. in an NGO or university) coupled with experience of handling communications campaigns and of producing a range of marketing materials. The ability to conceive and create high quality video content is essential alongside desktop publishing and website design skills using products such as Adobe Creative Cloud (publishing) and WordPress (website design) which are desirable. Applicants should review the further particulars for information on all essential criteria.
Informal enquiries should be directed in the first instance to Prof Chris Sandbrook (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Fixed-term: The funds for this post are available for 2 years in the first instance.
Deadline 22 October 2023.
For more information, and apply visit: https://www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/42922/