Marketing and Communications Executive

St Peter's Hospice

Job Description

If you’re a self-motivated, passionate and creative marketeer looking for an exciting and varied role that will allow you to develop a wide range of skills whilst working in the third sector, this could be just the position for you.

We’re looking for two experienced Marketing and Communications Executives to join our small but busy team based in Long Ashton, to drive our marketing activity allowing us to reach further, raise more and increase the support available for people who need us.

St Peter’s Hospice is a much-loved Bristol charity that supports thousands of patients and their families every year, providing the best possible end of life care and helping people to live their final days with dignity.

About the role:

The role is really varied, and you’ll have the opportunity to work on a wide range of marketing and communications projects to support the fundraising, clinical and retail teams, as well as elevating the brand message.

Your role will include:

What we can offer you:

For more information, please view the job description or contact Zoe Iliffe, Senior Marketing and Communications Executive at [email protected].

We will be screening and offering interviews as we receive applications and therefore strongly encourage applications as early as possible to avoid disappointment.

We know sometimes the ‘perfect candidate’ doesn’t exist, and that people can be put off applying for job if they don’t tick every box. If you are excited about working for us and have most of the skills or experience, we’re looking for, please go ahead and apply. You could just be what we are looking for!

Required skills

To be successful in this role you will have at least two and a half years’ experience in a similar role, ideally in-house, covering elements of the responsibilities listed.

You’ll be enthusiastic, a team player, adaptable and have an understanding and empathy for the work of the Hospice.

You’ll also need to be flexible and able to work the occasional weekend or evening to support out of hours events.