Impact Communications Creator
Impact Communications Creator
Salary – £32,525 – £40,565 pro rata depending on experience – 5 month fixed term (November 21-March 22, 0.6FTE 3 days a week)
The closing date for this advertisement is: Friday 29th October 2021.
Dates for interview: week commencing 8th November 2021.
This is us
Changing culture in the public sector, improving the social, economic, environmental, and cultural well- being of Wales and protecting the interests of Future Generations, all fall within the remit of the Well-being of Future Generations Act. The Future Generations Commissioner and her Team provide advice to the Government and other public bodies in Wales on delivering the Act for current and future generations and assessing and reporting on how they are delivering. We are a very busy office, and we receive hundreds of requests per year.
We value difference. We welcome applicants from across Wales (or beyond) and we operate an Anytime Anywhere Flexible Working policy.
Guaranteed Interview Scheme: We recognise our team could be more diverse so operate a guaranteed interview scheme for people from Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic backgrounds and disabled people who apply and meet the essential job criteria. Tell us about your lived experience when making your application.
Is this you?
We are seeking a passionate and self-motivated individual to join the FGCW team and assist us to document the progress and impact of the act in Wales and support the creation of a suite of communications products for a range of audiences to communicate the act’s progress, in both English and Welsh languages.
This is a part time fixed term role from November 2021 to March 2022 which could be extended, funding permitting). This role will work closely with the Chief Operating Officer, the Commissioner’s communications team and members of the Commissioner’s Movement for change team, including the International Partnerships & Networks Change Maker.
You will be joining a team that values inclusive decision-making and shared leadership. You will be honest and straightforward with people and able to generate trust and confidence with the people and partners you work with and work for.
You will be someone with good knowledge of the Well-being of Future Generations Act and an understanding of what it is seeking to achieve.
You will have an analytical mind-set, someone who enjoys desk-based research and who can turn this into high impact, practical, communicable examples and make complex ideas easily understandable for different audiences.
You will be able to digest detailed documents and draw out high level findings and main points of impact, and not get lost in the detail.
You write well, with creativity and accuracy, and can provide evidence of your writing skills. Adept at designing, you will be able to complement your writing with visual and digital skills to help produce high quality products.
You will be able to articulate difficult concepts into easily understandable products for non-specialist audiences.
You will be able to draft credible, sound and easily accessible materials to support our communications efforts.
- More information on the skills required and the duties to be performed can be obtained from the Job description(s) and Person specification(s) here.
- Please apply using the application form and the equality and diversity monitoring form.
- Please send your completed application form and equality and diversity monitoring form to firstname.lastname@example.org
- If you have any queries at all about this role and how it might work, please contact our COO Marie Brousseau-Navarro at email@example.com