Vacancies at the Science Council

Marketing and Communications Officer

Hours: Full-time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary: £27,000 per annum
Location: Central London

The Science Council is looking for someone exceptional to deliver our marketing and communications activities, to increase awareness of all aspects of our role.

Working with both internal colleagues and our partner organisations, as Marketing and Communications Officer you will be responsible for delivering our marketing and communications plan, supporting engagement with our member bodies and our various registration and development programmes. You will manage the Science Council website and social media, as well as supporting the organisation’s media relations, and development of a range of marketing materials, across a range of platforms.

You will need excellent written and verbal communication skills, experience of delivering engaging marketing activities across a variety of media, and of analysing the effectiveness of campaigns. You will be comfortable working independently, with a proven ability for building effective internal and external relationships and a strong customer-focused approach.

To apply: Apply for the Marketing and Communications Officer vacancy here.

Closing date: 21st July 2019
Interviews: 30th July 2019 in central London 

The Science Council is committed to equal opportunities and values diversity in its workforce. We support flexible working and are open to considering job share arrangements.

We are committed to developing our people.

No agencies please.


Volunteering at the Science Council

Board of Trustees

The Science Council is always looking for individuals who can bring their knowledge and expertise to the Board of Trustees to lead the charity and help deliver its strategy. We encourage individuals from a diverse range of backgrounds and experience to consider becoming a Science Council trustee. The Board consists of up to 12 Elected Trustees and 3 Appointed Trustees, and normally meets quarterly.

Nominations will formally open in early 2020, but if you are interested in becoming a trustee of the Science Council please contact Oli O’Hanlon for more information.

You can read more about the Board of Trustees on our website.

Other volunteering

If you are a registered scientist and would like to volunteer for us we are keen to welcome Assessors or Registrant Champions. If you would like to volunteer with us working in the Science Council office please email us with your CV and a covering note explaining what sort of experience you would welcome.

If you would like to join our Board or Committees please email an expression of interest to us with your CV.