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Sub-Sahara Advisory Panel was formed in 2009 when a number of African diaspora groups in Wales met to consider how they might collectively advance their common interest in local and International Development. We are not an organisation representing African Diaspora communities in Wales but one that seeks to utilise skills, capacity and knowledge found within Welsh African diaspora communities for the benefit of all. We want to bring our lived experiences and provide reality check to the charity sector as well as advocating for diaspora for development. We do this by implementing development initiatives in Wales and across Sub-Saharan Africa. 

 

 

JOB ADVERTISEMENT

We are seeking to appoint:

COMMUNICATIONS COORDINATOR

(1-year fixed term contract, subject to Funding)

14hours per week

Based in Cardiff  

Salary: £22,6270.00 per annum pro rata

(Actual Annual Salary for 14hrs is £8,447.41)

 

SSAP is an expanding international development organisation. In your role as a communication Coordinator, you will be responsible for working across the communications disciplines to ensure our client properly engages with supporters and raising their profile in the national and sectoral media. Responsible for engaging marketing and publicity content across SSAP digital and traditional Channels and maintaining and developing SSAP online presence, including website and social media. Successful candidate will be responsible for building strong relationships with our operations teams and work closely with SSAP Director and presenting and providing reports to board members.

Closing Date: Sunday 23rd January 2021    

 

To Apply:

To Apply:

SeeJob Description and Person Specification and the application form

Feel free to contact email below for more information

humanresources@ssap.org.uk

 

Please note that we do not accept CVs alone and an application form will need to be completed.

 

 

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