Vacancy type: Paid Vacancy

Function: Events, Marketing and Communications

Location: Head Office - Sully

Salary: £23,363 - £28,462

Contract type: Fixed term

Contract length: 6 months

Contract hours: Full time

Weekly hours: 37.5 hours per week

We are seeking a dynamic, creative and ambitious PR Manager to join the Marketing and Income Generation Team at Ty Hafan  to  drive our media relations strategy forward.

As we move forward into our 19 year, our mission remains to provide care and support for all life limited children in Wales. Our media profile and output is  vital in communicating our purpose and vision to  our external stakeholders. Tŷ Hafan are privileged to be recognised as Wales’s most recognised charity.

The successful candidate will lead Tŷ Hafan’s day-to-day press activity, continuing to build on our ever-increasing  media coverage.

This is an exciting and varied role, which will involve working closely with teams across the charity, to raise awareness of the role of the charity plays in the wider paediatric  palliative  care world, and push forward our commitment to increase the understanding of the vital service the Charity plays in Wales.

The ideal candidate will have a proven track record of successfully developing and implementing local and national PR campaigns and a strong understanding of local and  UK media. You’ll be an excellent communicator; proactive, with the ability to make things happen; and have the confidence to build strong working relationships inside and outside the organisation.

Experience working for a charity is desirable, though not essential.

The benefits of working for Tŷ Hafan include:

  • Group Personal Pension Scheme with an employer contribution
  • Holiday entitlement of 30 days plus Bank Holidays pro rata
  • Free parking and an idyllic place of work

For further information, please see the attached role profile and the website to apply.

This role is subject to the outcome of a DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) Basic Disclosure check and two satisfactory references. 

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