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Health and Research Information Manager

We are looking for an experienced health education communications specialist, to take a strategic approach to our education work to deliver one of the charity’s key strategic pillars.

The Health and Research Information Manager will be responsible for the overall management and delivery of our health education and research communications work. The post holder will work closely with the wider communications and campaigns team, as well as others across the charity to ensure that the latest evidence and research on women’s reproductive health underpins all the content that we produce.  They will work to ensure that the information and support that we offer women is evidence based, reliable and meets the needs of women who come to us for advice, as well as the wider public, healthcare professionals and other key stakeholders. This includes information pages on our website, webinars, podcasts, social media videos and work on fundraising partnerships, as well as products such as the Employer Membership Programme.

Our Communications and Campaigns team is growing this year. We have been changing how we communicate and campaign and are carving out a new approach to media work, political engagement, and digital mobilisation. Health education will be a key part of this. This role is new to the organisation and the post holder will be able to influence it according to their skills and experience.  

It is a full time role. Salary £40-45K per annum.

The charity is in an exciting stage in our evolution. We are two years into a five-year organisational strategy that is funding groundbreaking research and driving the charity to reach more women and girls through education and advocacy campaigns. 

Main Duties

  • Develop a strategy for the delivery of our health education offering in line with organisational objectives and as part of our wider communications work.
  • Lead on the planning and production of our health education content, including our online health information pages, webinars and educational videos.
  • Develop and maintain systems for evaluating and measuring the impact of our educational work.
  • Working with the wider communications and campaigns team, develop our new podcast offering for 2024.
  • Work with research colleagues to keep up to date with our research portfolio and find the best ways to publicise our pioneering projects advancing women’s health research and the impact of completed programmes. This includes showcasing the work of future academic leaders in women’s health.
  • Delivering impactful educational writing and research summaries by seeking out and distilling complex scientific information into engaging content that can inspire our supporters.
  • Develop new information products aimed at engaging women in traditionally marginalised communities.
  • Work with colleagues in fundraising on corporate partnership opportunities that have a focus on education and research projects.
  • Work with fundraising colleagues on the educational aspect of the Employee Membership Programme. 
  • Contribute to the production of statistics and facts to support all external communications and policy recommendations.
  • Reviewing and editing content and checking the scientific accuracy of information. This may include responses to enquiries from the public and fundraising content for philanthropic and mass marketing audiences.
  • Form and maintain relationships with researchers and other relevant experts, including managing peer reviewer volunteers.
  • Stay up to date with women’s health sector research developments, to ensure that the charity maintains a strong evidence base.
  • Collaborate with subject matter experts, healthcare professionals, and other stakeholders to ensure the accuracy and credibility of health information.
  • Contribute to Communications & Campaigns team planning with creative ideas to help develop our campaigns.  


Attractive benefits package including employee discount scheme and cycle to work scheme.

How to apply

For a detailed job description, please click here.

To apply, send your cover letter and CV to Marianne Sladowsky, Head of Communications and Campaigns on [email protected].

Please note - candidates will be invited to interview as applications arrive.

Wellbeing of Women is an equal opportunities employer.