Communications Manager

We are seeking an experienced communications professional to deliver and develop our communications as a charity in line with our strategic aims and to work with freelance fundraisers to maximise our fundraising from events and individual giving. This is an exciting opportunity to build on the success of a growing national charity set up in loving memory of Oliver Hare by his mother Ann Feloy, his brother Samuel and his very close friends. Our charity works to equip people in all walks of life, including the medical profession, with the skills to ask about suicide and help support those who may be feeling they want to end their lives. You will play a real part in making a difference to the lives of children and young people. For more information about our work, please see our website:

If you have any questions or would like an informal chat about the role, please contact our Chair, Ann Feloy on [email protected]

Contract: 6 months (with the potential for extension depending on funding) 

Hours: 15 hours per week – working days/hours flexible and to be negotiated. Most staff meetings / collaborative work takes place on a Tuesday. Some evening and weekends required. 

Reporting to: CEO Remuneration: £27,000 – 30,000 (pro rata FTE) and such business expenses as required e.g for relevant meetings, conferences etc. 

Location: Worthing Office, but with significant home/ remote working and flexibility. Some travel to London or other parts of the UK. 

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