Communications and Research Officer at Campaign Against Antisemitism
The Communication and Research Officer has four principal roles:
- Writing journalistic-quality articles about antisemitism, from crime to politics, including investigative pieces;
- Managing our social media channels with our Digital Communications Designer;
- Working with our academic volunteers and polling companies to help explain the nature of antisemitism in Britain, trends and possible strategies for addressing it; and
- Providing information and research to journalists.
More information on the role is at https://antisemitism.org/jobs/communications-and-research-officer/
Skills and Experience
You do not need to have direct experience in each of these areas, but you do need to be able to demonstrate a proven ability to produce persuasive, well-presented, SEO-friendly written material. You will receive training in areas where you do not yet have expertise and will be supported in your work by both a full-time Communications and Research Manager, to whom you will report, and a part-time Digital Communications Designer.
The successful candidate will be creative, meticulously organised and precise, even under pressure. Your work will require you to prioritise effectively, respond fast, think analytically and write and communicate persuasively and eloquently. You will be a fast learner, who can rapidly develop practical solutions and operate with total discretion. You will have excellent interpersonal skills and be comfortable working as part of a large and growing team.