Prince’s Trust International has been supporting young people worldwide since 2015. We were founded by HRH The Prince of Wales to tackle the global crisis of youth unemployment.
We are a dynamic organisation going through a period of growth as we continue to expand our work globally. Our communications strategy seeks to expand our brand awareness and promote our work across the world.
Specifically, we are working to increase our communications output both globally and regionally. This is a new role within the team and will work with the Head of Marketing and Communications to develop global and regional strategies, executing key media campaigns and building issue-based narratives. The organisation has an exciting year ahead with a number of key global events; research and awards activities for the post holder to be involved with.
We are looking for an experienced International Communications Manager with an entrepreneurial spirit who would like the opportunity to build and develop strategies with an organisation at an exciting growth stage. The role will primarily focus on our Press Communications activity internationally (50%), as well as supporting with the management of Ambassadors (20%) and responsibilities for external stakeholder communications (30%).
Experience of international media and developing, executing, and reporting on campaigns is essential. Knowledge of different cultures and of young people is also beneficial, as well as an excellent eye for detail for developing key external communications activities.
The role will be based in London, UK but may be initially be home-based due to the current pandemic.
PTI is committed to ensuring our workforce is reflective of our diverse communities and is committed to increasing representation of staff of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic backgrounds across all roles and at all levels.
Our mission is to empower young people to learn, work and thrive. We provide opportunities to develop the skills and confidence to succeed and deliver tangible employment outcomes. We blend our expertise with a global network of local partners across 13 countries and develop programmes and interventions that help young people to build their own futures.
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