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WiN Executive Board Member for Marketing & Communications (REF: Marketing & Communications)

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  • Position WiN Executive Board Member for Marketing & Communications
  • Reporting to WiN President
  • Location Flexible with bi-monthly travel to London / or as required  (e.g. in a particular region)



Women in Nuclear UK (WiN UK) was formed in early 2014 to improve diversity and increase the skills base in the nuclear industry by encouraging gender balance.

Women in Nuclear UK’s mission is to address the industry's gender balance, improve the representation of women in leadership, engage with the industry, government and public on nuclear issues and support the industry with tools and information.


WiN UK is part of the Nuclear Institute and is governed by an Executive Board.  The purpose of this board is to ensure WiN UK objectives are met in accordance with the strategic plan, to engage across the sector and to support regional teams in their delivery.  Board members also represent WiN UK as ambassadors at events, through social media and networking.

This is an Executive Board Member role.

Please note that this is a voluntary post and line manager approval against this role description is essential.

Role Purpose

The role holder is expected to contribute to the development and delivery of WiN UK’s strategy.

The role holder plays an active part in Executive Board meetings, and also provides Executive support to the WiN UK network as a whole.

The position also supports WiN UK’s Strategic Objectives:

  • Attraction - to encourage women to join the nuclear industry through engagement with schools, colleges, universities, appropriate youth groups and nuclear sector employers to create dialogue and raise awareness of the industry via events and communications. Also to work with national organisations to provide consultation and feedback on best practice to achieve a gender-balanced workforce.
  • Retention - to support those already in the sector with development and career progression through mentoring and networking
  • Dialogue - leading on broader engagement on diversity within the sector, but also on engaging women and men outside the industry in the debate on nuclear energy
  • Industry Guidance – development and management of the Industry Charter, engagement with Charter signatories, development of toolkits and materials to aid companies by bringing together experts and information, in a guide on best practice.
Main Responsibilities
  • To provide strategic direction for all marketing and communications activities for WiN UK, and to further develop the WiN brand through setting the standards for innovative marketing techniques, external and internal communications and event marketing.
  • More detailed responsibilities:
  • Develop an effective high, level marketing and communications strategy for WiN UK to share with the Regional teams so that they can build on this to suit their local needs (via the Marketing/Advertising Lead).
  • Have oversight for updates to the WiN website and also oversee all WiN social media activity (through the Website Lead and Social Media Lead))
  • Act as the point person with the NI on all things communications, collating copy from across the Regional teams and feeding this into the NI for the relevant publications (through the Communications Lead).
  • Maintain a close like with the WiN Executive BD & Events Lead to coordinate the necessary marketing and communications activities around WiN events.
  • Attend monthly WiN Executive Board (either in person or virtually); provide updates on all activities above.
  • Lead a team of 4 other volunteers – the Social Media Lead, the Website Lead, the Marketing/Advertising Lead and the Communications Lead.
Qualifications and Experience

It is likely that the successful candidate will have/be:

  • Previous experience of delivering marketing and communications activities, including working with digital media platforms.
  • Comfortable with setting priorities and overseeing a team to deliver against these.
  • Is a strong communicator.
  • Previous experience of working closely with Boards and volunteers (desirable)
  • A committed and loyal individual who is passionate about the WiN mission.
  • Employed within or engaged with the Nuclear Sector.
Hours required
  • 1-2 hours per week for specific tasks/emails,
  • Monthly half day meetings with the WiN UK Executive Board meetings and time to complete any associated actions. These are face to face on a bi-monthly basis and a telephone conference in other months
  • Attendance at the quarterly Nuclear Institute Editorial Committee meeting in person or remotely
  • Attendance to network events throughout the year.
  • Ability to attend conferences and meetings on behalf of WiN UK as required/available
  • The role requires support to initiatives throughout the year, including but not limited to the annual conference.
Personal Development / Leadership competencies

The position will benefit the successful candidate in their permanent role through the development of their stakeholder management skills and the virtual management of a matrix organisation.

Competencies that will be developed as a result of this role:

  • Communications skills
  • Executive management
  • Developing strategic skills to deliver key objectives
  • Experience working for a charitable organisation

WiN UK is an inclusive organisation. We don’t just accept difference—we celebrate it as a core value at the heart of our mission. We believe that an inclusive organisation is a successful and happy organisation. We, therefore, welcome applications from those in under-represented groups and are committed to ensuring a fair and inclusive selection process for all applicants.

Closing date: 30 July 2019