AboutStudents’ Union UCL is the representative body for all students at UCL. We are a democratic, studentled organisation, run by UCL students whom you have had the chance to elect. The Union is a registered charity and we exist to represent the needs of all UCL students, to provide you with a range of services to help you maximise your university experience and support you develop your skills and interests while you are at UCL. Vision Our vision is to open up opportunities for students during their time at UCL and enable them to make a fuller contribution in their future lives.
Students’ Union UCL is an organisation that exists to make more happen. We are the representative body for University College London’s (UCL) students, one of the most diverse student communities in the world. We are one of the largest student-led organisations in the UK. It is a charity with over 48,000 members. We provide opportunities for 300 staff and have an annual turnover of more than £10.5m.
We are looking for a Communications and Brand Manager to lead the communications activity of the Union, with specific focus on developing and delivering a coherent narrative for the organisation, managing our communications channels, and ensuring the Union is represented effectively through its visual and verbal identity. The post holder will also lead our internal communications work, helping to create an excellent work and organisation culture. They will lead our design and content teams, engaging our members through creative communication and they will lead our work representing the Union’s core values to our audiences.
The role is a full-time and permanent contract.
Interviews will take place on June 8 and June 9, 2023.
The Communications and Brand Manager will work with the wider Marketing, Communications and Events department to develop and deliver effective communications plans for the Union’s projects and priorities. The successful candidate be responsible for the Union’s digital communication channels, including social media and newsletters, and the Union’s visual identity through digital, video, and print. This role will suit a candidate that has experience leading a communications team in a membership organisation, third-sector organisation, and/or in a values-led private sector organisation with a desire to be innovative, creative, and student focussed.