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Job Opportunity: Digital Communications Coordinator

Location: National Centre for Atmospheric Science HQ, based at University of Leeds (with scope for hybrid working)
Salary: £30,487 to £36,024 per annum
Contract length: Ongoing
Contract type: Full time
Closing date: Midnight on Tuesday 28 May 2024

Can you create compelling and accessible content for a variety of digital platforms? Are you looking to develop your copywriting, graphic design, brand identity, and audio-visual skills? Would you like the opportunity to nurture our online presence and shape digital communications campaigns? Do you want to share important stories about climate change, air pollution, and extreme weather?

The National Centre for Atmospheric Science (NCAS) is a world leading research centre, dedicated to the advancement of atmospheric science. Our research falls into three key areas: air pollution, climate and high-impact weather and long-term global changes in our atmosphere. 

We also provide the UK with state-of-the-art services for observing and modelling the atmosphere. These include a research aircraft, advanced ground-based observational facilities, computer modelling and support, and facilities for storing and analysing data. 

We play a significant and influential role in many international science programmes and provide advice, leadership and national capability in atmospheric science. 

The National Centre for Atmospheric Science is supported by the Natural Environment Research Council, and has 250 members of staff embedded across UK universities and research institutes.

The National Centre for Atmospheric Science  is seeking to employ a Digital Communications Coordinator to join our Operations Team based at its headquarters in Leeds. 

As the NCAS Digital Communications Coordinator, you will play a crucial role in elevating NCAS’ online identity and improving engagement with our science-related content across websites, social media channels, and beyond. 

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To explore the post further or for any queries you may have, please contact: 

Dr Harriett Richardson, NCAS Communications Manager, harriett.richardson@ncas.ac.uk.