19 September 2023
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Statewatch is seeking to recruit a Communications Worker to improve the communication of our work, our engagement with internal and external partners, and to raise the public profile of the organisation. This is a new role within the organisation and you will be key to ensuring that our work is disseminated more effectively to a broader audience, in order to help meet the objectives set out in our strategic plan.
The successful candidate will bring enthusiasm, ideas and creativity to the organisation, along with good organizational and communication skills, attention to detail, and a passion for effectively communicating topics and issues that can be as complex and confusing as they are socially and politically important.
You can find full details of the role and apply here.
Questions and answers about the role
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At the moment we use open source graphic software (GIMP and occasionally Inkscape). We do not currently produce any video or audio content. We have a preference for using open source software but recognise that this may not always be the most appropriate choice. There will be a budget available to purchase software for the role, if necessary.
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