Senior Campaigns Officer PO4
We are recruiting for a Senior Campaigns Officer that will work across a portfolio of service areas and will deliver powerful insight drive, creative campaigns around the things our residents tell us are most important. From connecting people with jobs, creating safe and healthy lives for our residents to providing confidence in the future, there is a huge range of work we need to deliver to ensure that our residents and communities enjoy a quality life.
We are looking for someone that really gets to know their audience, has great writing skills and is a strategic thinker that can use their experience and understanding of marketing communications to reach the right people with the right messages. We’re looking for someone that enjoys taking a hands-on approach and uses their digital know-how to create engaging content and, award-winning innovative and creative campaigns. You’ll be able to use data and insight to understand what makes people tick and help change the way they think, feel and act.
The Award-Winning campaigns team sits at the heart of the Council and moves at a fast-pace. This role will give the right candidate the opportunity to make a real impact quickly, develop their skills and experience, and have the confidence to bring their creativity and ideas to our ambitious and highly motivated team.
Bursting with culture, innovation, energy and opportunity, Waltham Forest is a place people want to live, raise a family, start a business and work. The pandemic has meant that delivering fantastic local services are more important now than ever, and over this past year we have risen to new challenges through the adoption of new ways of working and innovation in service delivery which have enabled us to continue to make a difference for our residents. And that’s where your skills come in! We’re really keen to hear from talented people who want to continue their career in communications and public service.
We are keen to hear from people of all different types of backgrounds. Because we are clear that a combination of difference in our teams produces the best team performance, we are particularly keen to make sure that the applicants include people from ethnic minorities, people who are openly living as LGBTQI, or with a disability. Waltham Forest Council recognises that diversity is a strength and what people bring through their personal experiences, background and identity significantly enhances to the Council’s ability to deliver to our staff and residents.
If you would like a discussion about the role, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org