Newport Mind: Engagement and Communications Worker Supporting Vulnerable People with the European Union Settlement Scheme

Closing date:
Interview Date:
NJC Pt. 15 - 22 £22,911 - £26,317 pro rata for part-time
Part Time 18.5 Hours
Newport Mind

About the role

An exciting role with a high degree of autonomy, requiring the ability to work imaginatively and on your own initiative to develop and deliver all engagement and communication activities for Newport Mind’s Supporting Vulnerable People with the European Union Settlement Scheme (EUSS) project.

Based at Newport Mind as well as working from venues of other organizations and services, working from home, lone working and agile working. The role could be suitable for freelance or consultancy working which would be negotiable.

You will need to be confident in your ability to develop engaging content and a marketing strategy for all marketing and social media channels to promote the project and EUSS to the client groups and organisations in contact with the client groups. You will produce and deliver presentations, workshops and training to engage with EU citizens and to promote the services the project provides.

Application Form  Job Description

 Completed applications must be returned by email to [email protected]

Applications by CV will not be accepted

Closing Date: 10am Monday 2nd September 2019

Interviews to be held on Tuesday 17th September at Newport Mind


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