The closing date for this position has now passed.
Quantitative Social Science
Salary: £31,342 to £37,394 plus £2,323 London Allowance
Job Share considered
Closing Date: Thursday 06 November 2014
Interview Date: Monday 17 November 2014
The Department of Quantitative Social Science at the Institute of Education is seeking to appoint a talented Communications Officer to support the world-renowned British cohort studies.
Cohort studies follow groups of individuals throughout their lives. They are a leading source of evidence on some of the greatest social and medical challenges facing the UK today, including health inequalities, ageing, child poverty, education and social mobility.
This is an exciting opportunity for a proactive communications professional with a keen interest in social and health-related issues. You will be responsible for a varied and busy workload, including press relations, publications, event coordination and maximising the centres’ online presence.
You will be an exceptional writer, editor and proofreader, with experience across a range of channels and audiences. You will also have excellent interpersonal and organisational skills, and experience in event coordination, websites and social media.
Please visit the Jobs at IOE site to apply.
We positively encourage applicants from all sections of under-represented communities.