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Global Communication Manager (Maternity Cover -12 Months)
This is an exciting opportunity to be at the heart of Brooke’s issues-based communication programme. You will develop and implement communication plans and associated content to drive forward Brooke’s engagement with our key stakeholder audiences in the international development and animal health sectors. You will join an ambitious, dynamic and enthusiastic Comms team, and work closely with our UK and international programme colleagues in External Affairs, Research, Animal Health and Welfare.
You will have extensive experience in the planning and delivery of multi-channel thought leadership programmes to shape opinion and build convening power among target audiences. Equally, you will have an impressive track record of working collaboratively with a diverse range of colleagues, using your communication and negotiation skills to enable others to understand the value that great comms can deliver.
Possessing an acute journalistic mindset, you will be adept at translating complex topics into powerful stories, messages and visuals using engaging language and data visualisation.
Reporting to our Head of Communications, you will manage one part-time Global Communication Officer and work closely with our International Communication Officers.
Closing date: Wednesday 14 April 2021
Interview to be held on: Wednesday 21 April 2021
Restricted Funding Assistant (12 Month Fixed Term Contract)
This administrative role will directly support the strategic duties of the Restricted Funding Adviser, helping to ensure that Brooke is adequately positioned to secure, grow and manage restricted income over the coming year.
Currently restricted funding represents around 10% of Brooke’s total income (c£1.8m). As the fundraising climate becomes increasingly competitive in a post Covid landscape it is more important than ever that Brooke maximises income diversification opportunities. The Restricted Funding Assistant is essential to this process, ensuring accurate, timely and concise financial and written records are maintained weekly, as well as other administrative support, as a foundation for effective funder relationship management.
Other duties will include assisting with restricted funding agreements and coding, reviewing concept notes and project summaries, as well as checking and prompting colleagues around compliance and reports.
A track record of successfully administered restricted funding will enable Brooke to maintain and grow this revenue stream and ultimately help underpin the sustainability of the organisation.
In order to excel in this post you will need to have excellent communication skills and the ability to work effectively with a diverse range of individuals across a range of organisational functions. Additionally, the successful candidate will require an experience of accurate maintenance of databases and compiling concise reports for a range of internal and external stakeholders.
A GCSE in Mathematics and English or equivalent is essential, as well as an understanding of the Institute of Fundraising codes of practice and Data Protection legislation.
Closing date: Tuesday 20 April 2021
Interview to be held on: w/c 26 April 2021
Data Analysis and Visualisation Officer (Six Month Fixed Term Contract)
We are looking for a Data Analysis and Visualisation Officer to join our dynamic Strategy and Performance directorate at an exciting time when Brooke is transitioning to a new strategy and expanding its data analysis capacity to inform organisational and programme decision making.
The overall purpose of the role is to analyse and present data in a user friendly way from all monitoring systems including but not limited to Animal Welfare, Animal Health, Behaviour Change, Livelihoods and Policy Change.
This exciting new post will support Brooke’s crucial need to conduct statistical analysis of monitoring data and develop global and country programme result dashboards with compelling visuals. The role requires advanced statistical knowledge as well as proficiency with data analysis and data visualisation software (Power BI and Excel at a minimum).
The role is ideal for an individual who has an interest in a career in animal welfare in an international development context and is looking for professional experience working specifically in monitoring & evaluation. The successful candidate will be supported to develop their skills and gain key professional experience.
Closing date: Monday 26 April 2021
Interview to be held on: 4 - 7 May 2021
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Brooke employees enjoy a competitive benefits package tailored to suit a wide range of people. Including:
- 25 days' annual leave and all eight bank holidays
- Buy/sell annual leave
- Annual review of salary in line with cost of living allowance
- Biennial salary benchmarking
- Three percent employer pension contribution, rising to eight percent after one year
- Childcare vouchers
- BUPA health cash plan
- Season ticket loan
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