Project Communications Administrator
The Institute of Physics (IOP) is looking for a confident and proactive Project Communications Administrator to provide communications and event marketing support for the Stimulating Physics Network (SPN). The post-holder will also be required to support the activities of the rest of the SPN team, and represent the purpose and objectives of the Stimulating Physics Network to colleagues, partners, schools and the public.
- Creating original communications, and curating a variety of other content, in line with project needs
- Updating and creating marketing materials
- Organising and implementing regular communications for sub-sections of the SPN project
- Promoting SPN events using multiple channels
Further tasks and responsibilities are detailed within the job description.
This role is all about excellent communications - so you’ll be able to demonstrate this with previously published writing and editing work. Or perhaps you’ve run a successful blog or vlog, or built a profile and amassed a following on social media. You’ll also need to be able to show you’re comfortable editing photos.
You’ll need to be proactive and confident, and able to work both independently and in a team – including working across the organisation’s various departments both in London and in other regions.
There is an opportunity for this post to begin as part time hours initially, increasing to full time as agreed with the recruiting manager.
The Institute of Physics is a charity that works to support all those who share a passion for physics. We have been inspiring the physics community and beyond for more than 140 years through our network of members in the UK, Ireland and internationally. Our work encourages people to develop their interest in physics, whether in the classroom, in colleges and universities, in businesses, or at home. We do this by breaking traditional boundaries and crossing into the arts, sport and innovation.
This is an exciting time to join the team in our central London office. As we move into the next phase of our five-year strategy, which will include our move to the heart of the redevelopment in King’s Cross, close to partners such as Wellcome and Google, we are seeking new talent to help us create a contemporary organisation that is fit for the future.
Salary: £21,500 – £22,575
Hours: 35 hours per week
Contract: Fixed term until 31 March 2019
Closing date for applications: 3 May 2017
Interviews to be held: 9 May 2017
For further information on this role, please see the job description
The Institute kindly requests no contact from recruitment agencies regarding this role.