Communications Manager

Role: Communications Manager
Pay: £32,000 FTE
Hours of work: Part time preferred, Full time considered for the right candidate
Department: Development
Line Manager: Strategic Development Manager

Role Overview

As our work on communications and PR grows we’re looking for an innovative, creative, forward thinking leader to join us in this newly created position, to take charge of operational communications and drive growth.

We’re seeking a skilled communications professional, capable of articulating your experience and successes, with ideas of how we can continue to grow, enhance and improve communications at The Haven Wolverhampton (THW).  

You’ll be joining THW’s development team where we value democratic working, mutual respect and constructively challenging each other, as well as the status quo. We’re not focused on hierarchy, but rather we value you and your skills, knowledge and expertise. If this appeals to you, and you’re keen to put those values into practice as part of our team, we’d love to hear from you. 

You’ll find your colleagues at THW to be passionate and driven by a shared ambition to centre women and children in decision making. We want someone who is equally as passionate about our cause. We’re not looking for perfection, we want congruence, creativity, and accountability. If that’s you, take a look at the JD and Person Spec to find out more. Hopefully we’ll be reading your application to join us soon.

Closing date:                10 July 2022

Interview Date:           w/c 18 July 2022 – Interviews will be conducted in person so candidates need to be willing to travel to Wolverhampton.

Please see below for the full job description and person specification, and next steps in making your application.


Next Steps…

To apply for this role, please download the application pack below. Follow the instructions to complete it. Once completed, please send it to the email address stated in the pack.

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