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Digital Communications Officer

Digital Communications Officer

Key Facts

  • Hours: 35 hours per week (excluding lunch breaks)  
  • Working pattern: 5 days/week with option for flexible working) 
  • Location: Home based with some travel required, including to London for team meetings  
  • Responsible to: Head of Content and Communications  
  • Pay band: £26,300-£28,000 (Pay award pending April 2024) 
  • contract: 24-month fixed-term contract ( possibility to become permanent)
  • Benefits: Refer to our Benefits Guide  

 Do you want to help fight breast cancer? 

 Do you want to use your excellent digital communications skills to work alongside a diverse and dynamic team to help grow our breast cancer prevention community?   

 Breast Cancer UK focuses on breast cancer prevention. We are the only UK breast cancer charity to highlight lifestyle and environmental risk factors. We lead the field in providing practical advice to help people reduce their risk of breast cancer.  We also campaign for better health protections for the public and fund world-class scientific research into the causes of breast cancer. 

 This is an exciting time to join Breast Cancer UK to help us grow and engage new audiences and grow our breast cancer prevention community. 

 About you 

 You’ll have a passion for digital communications. You will have an excellent knowledge of different social media platforms and the types of content required to drive engagement and trust in our brand. 

 You will have a thorough understanding of how best to plan and utilise the various channels to ensure we grow and retain our varied audience of women and men from all ages, backgrounds and walks of life. 

 You will need to be self-driven, highly creative and organised to drive forward a busy programme of work. You will need to have a good sense of judgement, and be interested in public health and cancer prevention. 

 This is a remote working role, which means strong autonomy, effective planning, excellent collaboration, internal communications, and a high level of creativity and confidence are a must. 

 For full details of the role, please download the detailed Job Description and Person Specification at the bottom of the page  

 Application Process 

 The closing date for applications is Monday 4 March at 9am.   

 Please send your CV, a covering letter (outlining how you meet the person specification) and equal opportunities form via email to [email protected] 

 Interviews will be held week commencing the 18 March 2023 via video conference.  If shortlisted for an interview, you will be asked to prepare a task/presentation.   

 If you require any further details on the role or the process, drop us an email at [email protected] 


Breast Cancer UK is committed to being a caring and welcoming place, where all employees feel like they belong. Our vision is to create a supportive and inclusive culture where our employees can reach their full potential, without prejudice and discrimination. We are committed to a culture where respect and understanding is fostered and the diversity of people’s backgrounds and circumstances are positively valued. 

Job Description

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