“I am incredibly proud of the outstanding work our team accomplishes every day to keep children safe and make a genuine impact in the world. We focus on three key objectives as a communications and marketing team: expanding our reach, inspiring action to protect children, and increasing our relevance by showing our impact on the crucial issues young people face today.
“By joining our mission, you'll have the opportunity to collaborate with some of the most dedicated and skilled professionals in the industry, and together, we can make a lasting difference in the lives of children. I hope you'll consider becoming part of our team and playing your role in keeping children safe.”
You’ll be part of a dedicated and passionate team, using your skills and creativity to inspire others to support our cause, and to make a meaningful impact on the lives of children across the UK.
But it's not just about the satisfaction of doing important work - we also offer a range of fantastic benefits and flexible working options to suit your needs. And as part of our commitment to learning and development, we provide all our team members with access to the resources and training they need to grow in their careers.
Ultimately, working at the NSPCC means that you'll be making a real difference in the world - and there's no better feeling than knowing that your work is helping to keep children safe and protected. So, if you're passionate about our cause and want to be part of a team that is truly making a difference, then the NSPCC is the perfect place for you.
Our Communications and Marketing Team plays a vital role in promoting our work, from our award-winning national campaigns to our programme of fundraising activities around the UK. We also ensure all our volunteers and employees are well-informed to support our mission.
Previously, most of our team were based in our London Head Office. However, we now offer more roles with the option of being home-based or jobs connected to our regional hubs across the UK.
As well as spreading the word about everything we do, from our campaigns and publications to our fundraising activities, our Communications and Marketing directorate ensures everyone in our organisation has the information they need to support our mission. We’re always looking for proactive people who share our values to join us and play their part in protecting children and young people.
We employ around 100 talented individuals working in various exciting and engaging areas:
Brand and Content (Creative, Social, and Web)
Our Brand and Content team produces engaging content to help keep children safe. The team doesn’t just understand the NSPCC brand - they created it. They are experts in solving problems creatively and develop a wide range of content used across NSPCC and Childline.
Media and Campaigns
Our Media team raises awareness of the NSPCC’s campaigns, fundraising and services by generating wide-reaching, distinctive and memorable coverage in print, broadcast, and online media. Our Campaigns team contributes to political change to keep children safe by inspiring supporters to take action.
Our Internal Communications team keeps everyone in our organisation, volunteers and employees, informed about what we're doing and how it helps us achieve our goals.
Marketing and Planning
Our Marketing and Planning team manages our advertising campaigns for different audiences. They use research and insights to guide their decisions, and they're always looking for new ways to reach people and make a difference in children's lives. The team also help us plan and coordinate our communications activity right across the NSPCC.
This refers to qualities that help you communicate with and work well with others, including listening actively, understanding the needs of others, managing your emotions and interpreting non-verbal communication such as body language.
Having drive and determination indicates that you are goal-oriented and willing to invest a lot of effort into your work to accomplish your objectives and overcome challenges. Candidates who possess this quality tend to enjoy their jobs and contribute to a productive and positive environment by showing passion and dedication for their work.
Teamwork skills have to do with your ability to work with others in a team. This includes how you handle tasks such as collaboration, resolving group conflicts and sharing responsibilities. Working harmoniously in a team environment is an essential skill as almost every job involves working with other people to achieve common goals and objectives.
Problem-solving abilities allow you to identify problems and solve them efficiently and effectively. Being a good problem solver allows you to understand and analyse problems and develop creative and strategic solutions, even with limited resources available.
Working under pressure means that you can remain calm and carry out your tasks efficiently during high-pressure situations. For instance, when expectations change or things don't go according to plan. In many types of roles, you may experience demanding situations at work where you have to make quick decisions and remain focused while carrying out your tasks to a high standard.
With the sensitivity of the subject matter involved, you’ll need to find creative ways to get our message across through different channels and to a variety of audiences.
We usually have a wide range of opportunities and we’re always on the lookout for great talent! Please join our talent pool so we can keep you updated on what is happening at NSPCC and let you know about any future roles that come up.