Wellbeing Economy Alliance Scotland
Wellbeing Economy Alliance Scotland

Charity registered in Scotland SC049174

Scotland, a small country with huge ambition, stands poised to accelerate the change required to build a wellbeing economy. WEAll Scotland will work with partners to drive change by co-creating, testing & lobbying for alternative policies, practices & models, and will look to identify the cross-sectoral opportunities for fundamental systems change.

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Policy and Engagement Lead

  • Part time
  • £30,815 pro-rata
  • Home based, Scotland - once pandemic restrictions lifted, role will involve travel throughout Scotland
  • Closing 1st August 2021

The Policy and Engagement Lead will play a key role in influencing across parliament, local government and business audiences. Our flagship Allies programme aims to create a network who help to collectively deliver and promote the feasibility and desirability of transition to a Wellbeing Economy, and you will coordinate and support our Allies to promote Wellbeing Economy messages to various levels of government and other policy audiences. You will collaborate in various activities to support both practice and policy changes.

WEAll Scotland has a strong external profile and you will represent the network externally with key stakeholders from business, government and civil society. You will present at events and will also support key voices from within the core team and network to be heard at external events.

You will support evaluation and monitoring across the organisation, and will create useful summaries of the impact of work which is in support of a Wellbeing Economy, enabling Allies to contextualise this for their specific work. You will also guide the work of WEAll Scotland by horizon scanning, alongside the Communications Lead.

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Communications Lead

  • Part time
  • £30,815 pro-rata
  • Home based, Scotland - once pandemic restrictions lifted, role will involve travel throughout Scotland
  • Closing 1st August 2021

The Communications Lead role is responsible for the internal and external communications for WEAll Scotland. WEAll Scotland has a strong external profile and you will represent the network externally with key stakeholders from business, government and civil society. This role is a part of our flagship Allies programme, which aims to create a network of allies who collectively deliver and promote the feasibility and desirability of transition to a Wellbeing Economy You will be responsible for creating an external communications strategy and delivering this for the programme.. You will also be responsible for creating and delivering on an internal communications strategy, ensuring high quality communications across the Board, the Core Team, Associates and volunteers, who collaborate to support both practical and policy changes. You may use a Client Relationship Management (CRM) tool to achieve this.

You will build relationships with key journalists across Scotland which will maximise the profile of our work. You will create (and support the creation of) content for external events and the media, by working with the Core Team, Associates and volunteers, as well as designing and hosting events, seminars and press conferences. You will also manage our social media channels using your communications and social media skills, and support the redevelopment of the WEAll Scotland section of the wider global WEAll website.

We have cause to believe that the number of hours for this role can be increased. Therefore, if this vacancy interests potential applicants who are looking for more hours, we strongly encourage those to apply.

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