Associate Director - Communications and Campaigns

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Full-time (37.5 hours); although we are open to discussing part-time or job-sharing applications We looking for someone to drive forward Economy 's voice, conversations and decision-making strand of work. This involves supporting more people to have a public voice on the economy, facilitating high-quality economic conversations between diverse groups in society and increasing participation in economic decision-making. This role would best suit an energetic and dynamic individual with excellent communication and campaigning skills who will be comfortable working both with communities and decision-makers to build a public culture of economics in the UK. You don't need a background in economics to apply. Economy is committed to improving diversity and inclusion within our organisation and economics as a whole. As such, we are particularly interested in hearing from candidates with experience of living as part of a community far from power, especially those who identify as people of colour or BAME. For a more detailed view of the job description, please click here . More information can be found in the job pack below. If you'd like to talk to us more about your suitability for the role, please contact our CEO Joe at . To apply, please download an application form (linked in the job pack) and send it to by 23:59pm Sunday 1st November 2020. Data notice for job applicants

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