Cratus – Building Communities
Are you committed to community? We will be growing our Communities team over 2020 and are looking for new talent to join us and support the day to day management of our exciting projects while helping us develop new business.
As a member of our Communities team, you will be working on housing developments as they are built, putting together communication and engagement strategies which keep local communities informed. More than that, you will be an ideas person who thinks of creative ways to engage with people, bringing them together to create new community events and initiatives.
Our world is local. With a passion for politics and a commitment to community, Cratus supports organisations who would like to work with the public sector and the communities it serves, from reviewing council services to supporting developers with planning applications. The Cratus Communities team was established in 2017 to help build and integrate new and existing communities once developers have planning permission in place.
Who’s right for the job?
We are looking for recent graduates, or those with some relevant experience, who are willing to jump in at the deep end and be rewarded for it.
Does this sound like you?
- Self-starter, with lots of initiative
- Good command of written English
- Be happy and comfortable on the phone
- Be familiar with Microsoft Office
- Be organised and capable of working to a deadline
- Be happy working independently and as part of a team
- Enthusiasm for learning, particularly in new areas
- Willingness to support occasional evening and weekend working such as attending and running community events, and attending public forums
- A driving licence, or commitment to pass your test within 6 months
In return, we can offer you a competitive salary, great opportunities to build your skill set and some brilliant experience in communications with a dedicated team.
Interested in joining the team? Send your CV and a covering letter to Gemma Gallant, Director of Communities: [email protected]