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Head of Communications, Julie's Bicycle


Julie’s Bicycle is looking for an exceptional Communications expert, to help develop and deliver an inspirational, achievable and high impact communications strategy with us. Working closely with the CEO and Board, this is a senior role suitable for an ambitious individual who recognises the climate and ecological crisis and that harnessing the power and influence of the creative industries – especially arts and culture - can make an exceptional contribution to this monumental global challenge.

The Head of Communications is responsible for the management and creative leadership of Julie’s Bicycle’s vision, purpose and brand, responsible for developing resources and systems to communicate our work and implementing strategies to reinforce the integrity of our strong reputation. This role involves addressing a range of internal and external audiences including existing and potential supporters, partners, donors, team and clients as well as wider audiences. This person will represent the full range of Julie’s Bicycle’s work and position our vision for the company and the sector so that it strengthens and amplifies both.

Terms and Conditions

Job title: Head of Communications
Contract: Full time / fixed term until September 2020 (possibility to become permanent)
Location: Somerset House, London
Salary: Competitive - depending on experience/qualifications
Reporting to: CEO
Start date: ASAP
Normal hours: Office hours are 9.30 - 5.30pm, Monday - Friday
Other: Annual leave is 25 days plus standard bank holidays
Cultural entitlement of £250 (pro rata) to spend on arts/ cultural events
All employees are also able to claim 1 hour a week for personal wellbeing

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