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Project Officer – Communications

Title:   Project Officer – Communications

Location: London

Hours:   Full-time, 40 hours/week (inc breaks)

Duration:   12 month fixed term contract

Expenses:   N/A

Salary:   £23,801 per annum (incl. London Weighting) 

STOP THE TRAFFIK (STT) is a global organisation that has pioneered a systemic solution to disrupt human trafficking using an intelligence-led, technology driven model. 

STOP THE TRAFFIK is looking to recruit a Project Officer (Communications). This communications role is critical to our model of building resilient communities, using various digital platforms.

The Project Officer will work across the STOP THE TRAFFIK team to work on communications aspects of STOP THE TRAFFIK’s projects. This will largely include our geo-targeted community campaigns, which use digital communications to actively disrupt and prevent human trafficking networks.

Supported by the Project Manager, some of the activities the postholder will do include:

  • Creating and editing written, video and social media content.
  • Communicating analytical intelligence into an engaging narrative for a range of audiences.
  • Supporting and delivering presentations and reports for businesses and multi-agency partnerships.
  • Evaluating the projects and finding ways to use learnings in future work.

In return for your commitment and hard work, you will become part of a friendly, dynamic team of professionals, as well as receiving: 

  • 25 days annual leave pro rata (plus Bank Holidays) rising to 30 days after 2 years. 
  • Flexible working practices 
  • A non-contributory pension scheme with 7% employer contributions
  • The opportunity to join a Health Cashback plan 

As a small charity working to disrupt the global business of human trafficking, gathering intelligence and delivering campaigns and projects around the world, we recognise that our team is strengthened by the knowledge, experience and insights people from a wide range of backgrounds bring. As a minimum we expect all applicants to show a demonstrable commitment to equality and diversity.

Closing date for applications:  Noon, Monday 21 September 2020 

Interviews:   29 & 30 September 2020 (online) 

Applicants will be committed to the values of STOP THE TRAFFIK and be committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and willing to undergo an enhanced DBS check. 

If you have any questions or require further information about the role, please contact recruitment@oasisuk.org. CVs alone will not be accepted. 

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