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Breathe is looking for a Project Engagement & Communications Officer

Breathe Arts Health Research is looking for support in the delivery of Breathe’s highly regarded, award-winning performing arts programme, delivered across Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust.

Breathe Arts Health Research (Breathe) is looking for a Project Engagement & Communications Officer (Freelance).

This exciting and varied freelance role will provide support to the delivery of Breathe’s highly regarded, award-winning performing arts programme, delivered across Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust. This extensive programme supports NHS staff, patients and visitors with robust and impactful projects which also provide communications support to help promote opportunities to staff and patients and increase the profile and reach of Breath’s work. This varied role combines a mixture of people-facing engagement work, administrative planning and support, and creative communication approaches.

This is a busy role, providing essential support to Breathe’s growing core programmes in addition to supporting the launch of innovative new projects and collaborations with cultural and clinical partners.

The role requires someone personable and compassionate, a practical problem-solver, with the ability to engage with Breathe’s broad audiences in caring and inclusive manner; this includes a wide range and demographic of patients, NHS staff, hospital visitors, creative freelancers and local communities.

You must be organised, have strong technical abilities, excellent communication skills and attention to detail.

Job description and further information can be downloaded HERE

RESPONSIBLE TO: Project Manager, NHS Programmes

FEE: £140-£150 per day dependent on experience

LOCATION: Breathe’s main office, London SE1 / some working from home in line with Government guidance and Breathe’s blended home & office working policy. Regularly based at activity across Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Trust hospital and community sites.

HOURS: 30 hours per week / 4 days per week

WORKING HOURS: Flexible to accommodate programme delivery times with some evening work required

CONTRACT: Immediate start until Dec 2022; 4 days until Aug 2022, reducing to 3 days Sept/Dec 2022

Deadline for applications: Monday 31st January 2022, 5pm

Interview date: Tuesday 8th February 2022

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