NB – due to a high volume of applications Wellbeing of Women closed this vacancy early. I’ve updated this post to reflect that it has already CLOSED and is no longer open until 31 March 2012.
Wellbeing of Women has 12 members of staff so not surprisingly this is quite an interdisciplinary sort of role with a mix of science (health) communication and general info wrangling along with media support and looking after the volunteer networks.
Please mention CharityJOB if you apply (oddly I didn’t spot it on Wellbeing of Women’s own vacancies page…)
Wellbeing of Women
Health Information / Community Engagement Officer
Closing Date: 31 March 2012 – CLOSED EARLY
Wellbeing of Women is looking for someone to manage their health information and to engage with the volunteer network and wider community.
Wellbeing of Women is the charity dedicated to improving the health of women and babies, to make a difference to everybody’s lives today and tomorrow. We provide information to raise awareness of health issues to keep women and babies well today.
The role involves maintaining Wellbeing of Women’s health information, as well as managing case studies and health experts for various events and in response to media requests, and organising the production of editorial for Wellbeing magazine. In addition the position supports the volunteer groups around the country and organises the annual volunteer conference.
This is an exciting opportunity for the right person to play a key role in connecting Wellbeing of Women to a wider audience. The ideal candidate will have excellent communication skills preferably learnt in a customer/consumer facing role. Clinical experience would be an advantage. Familiarity with websites and digital media, and excellent IT skills are essential.
Please write explaining why you are interested in the position and how you are suited to the role, enclosing your CV. Interviews will take place as and when suitable applications are received, and interested candidates should not wait until the closing date before applying.