- Job posted on: 28th Jul 2020
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This role, which works on both SANE and ADRC initiatives, requires a savvy communications professional with a strong understanding of the health and social change sectors who is passionate about translating research evidence into engaging, informative and influential content that can be disseminated to a variety of audiences including policymakers, researchers and health professionals to create change in policy and practice.
It will suit someone with a background in communications in a health promotion, social change or academic setting, and experience in communicating to a range of stakeholders. The successful candidate will work collaboratively across several teams, leading the design and implementation of the communications strategy for the National Stigma Report Card which is the flagship project of the ADRC.
No day will be the same in this role as you’ll be work across our research and communications verticals: on a given day, you might work on content strategy, turning a research report into a blog post or finding an engaging visual way of communicating quantitative or qualitative data.
For a full position description, please visit https://www.sane.org/careers-at-sane or see the document attached below.
If this role sounds like you, and you are an immediately available candidate, please apply here today. We will be reviewing applications ASAP, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.