We’re looking for a content officer to join our busy communications and public affairs team on a permanent basis.
You’ll need to work closely with colleagues across the organisation to develop, design and publish content that meets the needs of our audiences online and offline.
You’ll help create content that’s clear and easy to understand, meets our corporate standards, using the best channels for reaching our intended audiences.
The main purpose of the job is to:
- develop and write effective content that can be used for any of our online and offline communication channels
- use evidence to understand the needs of our users/audiences, produce content and design it for use with channels that engage with them in the most effective way
- advise and coach colleagues on how to prepare effective content, helping them produce material that meets users’ needs and is in-line with our tone of voice and accessibility guidelines
- advise colleagues on the best format and structure for content and the most effective communication channels to reach and address the needs of their audiences.
We’re looking for people who can carry out every aspect of the job in Welsh and English.
Although we have offices in Cardiff and St Asaph, we’re all working from home at the moment and expect this will continue for a little while yet.
We’ll be holding interviews for the shortlisted candidates on 27 October.
We’re currently holding our interviews over Zoom and if you’re invited to interview, we’ll give you a chance to test it out beforehand if you’re unfamiliar with it.
How to apply
Return your completed application and equality forms to our HR team at email@example.com.
If you have any questions about the job, get in touch with Bethan Price, Senior Communications Officer, at firstname.lastname@example.org.