Digital Communications & Content Officer (London based)
We are looking for someone to help ensure young people's voices are affectively profiled through our external digital channels. The successful candidate will work alongside colleagues to amplify the voice of Members of UK Youth Parliament and the wider Youth Voice programme, identifying new ways to engage young people in the policy process through digital means. The ideal candidate will have excellent communications and teamwork skills. Experience of managing digital channels and creating engaging content, particularly short-form video, will be a distinct advantage.
Due to the close working relationship between this work and UK parliament and Government, the role is based in our London HQ, with an element of hybrid working, and therefore attracts a salary which includes London Weighting.
The closing date for applications is Monday 4th December at 09.00am. Please complete the application form online at CharityJob via the button below. If you're experiencing difficulties or would like to ask a question, you can do so by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
The British Youth Council has a fantastic network of volunteers who help with our work, including research, communications, fundraising, data inputting and much more. If you're able to offer time to help with this sort of thing we'd love to hear from you. We also welcome young people on work experience and summer placements, although due to the volume of enquiries we are unable to offer a quality experience to everyone who requests..
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Connor HillFormer Member of Youth Parliament for Dudley
The British Youth Council does amazing work to engage young people. I love being a part of this organisation and am looking forward to representing young people further to make sure that their voices are heard both locally and nationally