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Marketing and Communications Manager

Employment Type: Part-Time

Hours: 21 hours per week (Mondays and Fridays in the office)

Location: Hatton Garden and Tower Bridge – locations tbc

Salary: c£36,000 (depending on experience)

Closing date: Thursday 12th January 2023 9am

First interview: Wednesday 5th October 2022

Second interview: Friday 20th January 2023

An exciting opportunity has arisen at World Child Cancer and we are now recruiting a Marketing and Communications Manager. 

We are a passionate and results driven team with a genuine desire to innovate, collaborate and raise awareness to support children with cancer and their families across the world. We have an ambitious target to reach 16,000 children per year by 2025 and a key way for us to achieve that is through increasing our visibility and brand awareness. 

At World Child Cancer, we deliver amazing programmatic work and have a strong case for support with inspiring stories to tell, like that of Sahara. We currently raise over £2m each year and have ambitions to grow to £5m by 2025 and increasing our profile along with an increase in reach and supporters is one of the key drivers of this growth. 

The successful applicant will lead on all aspects of World Child Cancer’s Marketing and Communications strategy and so you will need to be versatile and innovative in your approach.

If you are excited by this opportunity and have the ambition and drive to help us achieve our goals, we would love to hear from you.  

Location details

Hatton Garden and Tower Bridge – tbc

Job contact details

Name: Zoe Macalpine

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