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Job Title: Research Communications Manager
Job Type: Permanent
Location: London
Salary: £41585 - £46725/annum
Company: CV-Library
Category: Marketing

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Job Description: Research Communications Manager

Alzheimer's Society is the UK's leading dementia charity. We provide information and support, improve care, fund research, and create lasting change for people affected by dementia.

Position: Research Communications Manager
Location: London
Contract type: Full Time, Permanent
Hours: 35 per week
Salary: £41,585 to £46,725 depending on skills and experience + London allowance of £3,600

Closing date: 27 February 2020
Interview date: w/c 9 March 2020

About the role:

The Research Communications Manager will lead on developing and delivering a communications strategy to promote the research activity of Alzheimer’s Society to a wide range of lay and professional audiences including people affected by dementia. Leading a busy research communications team, you will use your understanding of biomedical science and a keen eye for a good story to develop a sustained presence of strong research content across all our communications channels. You will develop and maintain key messages and communications plans to ensure that research is well represented in the organisational strategic communications. Many of our research programmes are delivered in partnership, and a key part of the role is to be able to work collaboratively both internally and externally to ensure joint communications deliver a strong message for Alzheimer’s Society.

Dementia remains a very popular topic in the press. You will play a key role in maintaining the Society’s reputation as an expert voice when it comes to dementia research. You will ensure the research communications team is trained and able to support research media work by developing and signing off press statements for national circulation and writing articles for trade press. With media training you will act as a spokesperson on research topics in print and broadcast interviews.

About you:

We’re looking for someone uniquely skilled in understanding complex science and working across wide a wide range of stakeholders to deliver impactful communications for our different audiences. You will be experienced in leading and supporting others to bring the best out of a high-performing team.

You may have experience of the following: Research Communications Manager, Communications Manager, Biomedical Sciences, Dementia, Strategic Communication, Senior Communications Officer, Charity, Third Sector, Not for Profit, etc

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