Support us Work for us Information and Communications Officer Applications to this post have now closed. This new role will help us to continue to adapt our digital communications and IT systems to support our service delivery in the current Covid-19 pandemic. You will help to ensure that we continue engaging and supporting the hardest to reach Islington residents around their health and wellbeing. The post has been created with funding from the Coronavirus Community Support Fund and The London Community Foundation. Specific tasks will include Taking a lead in ensuring that information about our referral partners, local services and opportunities is up to date and accessible to our staff and local residents. Taking a lead in developing and putting content on our social media platforms and updating the information on our website. Working with the Senior Manager to maintain and develop existing digital and IT systems across the organisation. Working with managers across the organisation on improving monitoring and evaluation systems. We would like to hear from you if you’ve got great IT and digital skills, are able to create clear and accurate information resources, have digital communications experience and would enjoy supporting a small team in using IT and digital tools to support their work. If you are innovative, have a solution-based approach and would relish the challenge of this new role, please read on. We can offer a friendly working culture and a chance to make a difference to people’s lives in Islington. 35 hours per week (some flexibility may be possible) Mostly homeworking at present though the postholder needs to be able to work in Islington, usually at our office at N1 8HX Salary: £28,000 - £30,000 per annum Up until the end of March 2021 with possibility of extension Must be able to start by 23 November 2020 at the latest For further information please see the job description and person specification. Applications should consist of Your CV which must include details of your education, qualifications and any relevant training, your employment history and 2 referees. A covering letter, no more than 2 sides of A4 in total, which outlines why you want the job and your skills, experience and knowledge in relation to each of the points in the Person Specification. Please send your application to [email protected] by 12pm on Tuesday 3 November. Interviews will take place via zoom on Friday 6 November. By making an application you are stating that you are legally entitled to work in the UK. The appointment will be subject to standard pre-employment checks. Help on Your Doorstep is an equal opportunities employer. Please contact us if you would like to see our Equal Opportunities Policy.