Content and Engagement Manager

Brink

London | Full-Time

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CONTENT & ENGAGEMENT MANAGER

Full time | Salary range: £35-40k

The final deadline to apply is Monday 26th July at 9am BST. We’re assessing applications as they come in because we’d like someone to join us as soon as possible, so please don’t wait.

BRINK IS LOOKING FOR A BRILLIANT FULL-TIME CONTENT & ENGAGEMENT MANAGER WHO IS PASSIONATE ABOUT BUILDING STRONG KNOWLEDGE NETWORKS COMMITTED TO HAVING A POSITIVE IMPACT IN THE WORLD.


We’re passionate about translating evidence about what works into bitesize content that ends up straight in the hands of people who can use it. We care about helping groups of changemakers harness their collective knowledge and share it with the world in tangible, exciting ways. We use design, strategy and behavioural science to translate group thinking into social impact initiatives. If you are reading this, we hope you are too!

We are looking for someone who can help us:

  • Turn chunky intellectual research into bitesize content that people use to effect positive change in the world

  • Test and measure how content is reaching and impacting different people: what's working for who, how and why

  • Grow networks of knowledge champions who are collating evidence into tangible outputs for public good

Today you might be creating and testing content with different audiences, using data to determine what works, or using creative content to change hearts and minds. We are interested in hearing from candidates from all sectors who want to translate this experience and your passion into positive impact.

You'll be joining a multi-disciplinary team made up of psychologists, strategists, designers, conveners, creative thinkers and tech optimists and we’re excited about the new skills that you’ll be bringing to the table.

🐙 Why this role matters to us at Brink

We believe that when we intentionally bring diverse people, data and knowledge together in response to a shared goal, they can accelerate positive change in the world. However too often, we see that evidence and knowledge is contained within an elite group, inaccessible to those on the ground. We think that one of the ways we can change this is through growing knowledge networks based around people, not the other way around. Right now we’re:

Now, we are looking ahead to new projects and what's possible within our existing work. We are excited to welcome a team member to bring new skills, interests and experience.

✋The ideal person for this role will be a natural network builder with experience testing a diverse range of content with different user groups

Alongside being ace at getting knowledge into the hands of the right people, we are looking for someone who is deeply passionate about building knowledge and networks. You don’t necessarily have to have experience in network building but the motivation to make this your obsession and pioneer this across Brinks work. We think you will already be able to bring to the role:

  • Endless curiosity about human behaviour: and how to shape this for good through designing positive incentives and mechanisms that change behaviour

  • A content creator: brings the magic of words, images, and design to a variety of mediums from interactive resources to snappy blogs, to Instagram, Jpegs and gifs.

  • A rigorous approach to testing and learning: great at trialling new and interesting ways of engaging user groups but always with clarity about what is being tested and why

  • An ability to use data to increase engagement: comfortable using a mix of creativity and strong analytical skills to understand behavior, identify opportunities to drive an increase in network growth, and improve user experience

  • Natural dot connector: embraces ambiguity and is a natural at joining the dots between users, audiences and opportunities

  • Love for measuring behaviour change: you hold closely the importance of impact measurement and enjoy finding the right metrics to measure where the right information delivered in the right ways has prompted positive behaviours

  • A knack for knowing where to dig: is familiar with the best online tools and ways to go find, test and share the most effective ones for the task at hand

  • Plenty of collaboration skills: comfortable working in multidisciplinary teams, seeing opportunities to forte on their unique experience and expertise but also adapt to different methodologies

  • Get up and go: doesn’t need permission to get stuck in and lead where they can see something should be done

Interpersonal skills (being a ‘Brinkster’):

  • Growth mindset: keen and eager to experiment and learn, comfortable with not knowing all the answers yet, and happy to let stuff go when it doesn’t quite hit the mark

  • Is ‘interoperable’: quickly establishes rapport with all kinds of people

  • Enjoys ‘making others shine': Brink is a low-ego zone that thrives on making our colleagues, clients and collaborators shine

In addition to your annual salary you’ll have access to extra things to support you to be your best self, in and out of the office.

🐙 A role that isn’t available for anyone else and shaped around you and your interests
🏖 Unlimited holiday
🧠 Dedicated coaching for your mental health and wellbeing from Sanctus
🎒 Brink retreats and away days
⛳️ Pension package
📚 Kindle with unlimited books
🎓 Training budget
🏡 COVID expense budget for home working
🚴‍♀️ Access to a cycle to work scheme

Interested in applying? Let’s do this.

You’ll be taken to our online hiring system where we will take you through a few questions, ask you to submit your CV and a response to the following question:

🌳 You've been invited by a leading global foundation who commission research into natural spaces in urban areas. The problem is, many people in the foundation struggle to keep on top of the new research and use it in their own work such as marketing and public engagement. How would you go about turning this evidence into content for different audiences within the foundation to apply to their work, and how would you measure success? 🌳

You can be as creative as you like and choose any structure or layout to present your information, as long as you share it in PDF format. (the file attachment size will be limited to 20MG)

Please submit your application before the deadline on 9am on Monday 26th July using the button below:

📅 Timeline

What happens next? The process for finding our Content & Engagement Manager will follow this timeline:

Application Launch: Monday 21st June
Closing date: Monday 26th July
Candidate coffees: from Monday 19th July
First stage interviews: from Monday 26th July
Second stage interview: Monday 2nd August
Final offer by: Friday 6th August
Start date: Monday 23rd August

🔗 OUR COMMITMENT AS BRINK

We hire people that don’t just ‘fit in’, but instead actively seek to help build and shape our culture. That’s why diversity and inclusion matters to us. We work globally across geographies, contexts and organisations, so embracing diversity, being inclusive and treating people with equity are central to what we do; we take pleasure in being that way.

❓❗ QUESTIONS THAT PEOPLE OFTEN ASK US:

Higher education qualifications are not needed but this role is likely best for someone whose career is already underway. It’s a remarkable opportunity to work with some of the best changemakers in the world and the right person will have an opportunity to establish their career brilliantly on this work.

Brink is a remote team and we work all over the place from London to Wales, Oxford, Paris and Kigali! This particular role is currently a home-based role and you must be eligible to work in the UK*. At some point in the future, there may be occasional travel to our UK hub in London and international locations across Europe, Africa, Asia or North America (COVID-19 permitting).

*Unfortunately we do not currently hold a sponsor licence and therefore are unable to employ anyone outside of the UK (excluding Ireland) unless they hold a UK passport, a permanent residence document or have applied for, or received, settled or pre-settled status through the EU settlement scheme.


Salary range £35,000 — 40,000