Digital Communications Officer

The Centre for Progressive Policy (CPP) is looking for an experienced and enthusiastic Digital Communications Officer to help us take CPP’s digital engagement to the next level – both through our virtual and hybrid events programme and by disseminating our research.

This role is key to our mission to influence policy on the local, national and international level to make inclusive growth a reality. You will work closely with CPP’s wider team and take the lead on the development, implementation and continuous improvement of CPP’s digital and social media strategy.

Contract: Full time, permanent (4 day working week might be considered upon request)

Salary: GBP 35,000 per annum

Annual leave: 25 days, plus all public holidays

Benefits: Flexible working arrangements, generous employer pension contribution, death in service life insurance and others.

Team members are currently able to work from home or the office. Going forward, working locations are to be confirmed with the team's preferences in mind.

If you are a creative thinker and doer who has a passion for digital engagement, audience development and social change, we would love to hear from you. Our small, ambitious team provides an opportunity for a self-starter looking to bring forward their ideas creating, commissioning and embedding innovative digital practices at CPP.

To apply for the position please send your supporting statement, CV and diversity monitoring (voluntarily) to Thomas Hauschildt, Communications Manager: careers@progressive-policy.net (with the subject line Digital Communications Officer).

On a voluntary basis, candidates may also fill in the equal opportunities monitoring form. The information provided in this form will be separated from any other documents submitted as part of the application and will not inform the selection process. The data provided is anonymised and will be collated for statistical purposes only.

Please note, applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. We therefore encourage you to apply as soon as possible.

For more information on how we collect, store and handle applicants’ data, please see CPP’s privacy policy.

CPP is an equal opportunities employer. We are particularly interested in hearing from applicants who are members of groups that are typically underrepresented in the policy making sector.

Please contact us if you would like to discuss the role pre-application. For more information on CPP, please see our website: www.progressive-policy.net.