Stakeholder Communications Manager

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Coin Street has an exciting new public affairs role which will play a key role in developing our stakeholder communications programme. As a new function within the Communications team, you will lead on building relationships and networks with a range of key external stakeholders. You’ll develop strategies to influence, shape and achieve policy outcomes which support Coin Street’s objectives. You will lead on managing our relationships with politicians, decision makers and external organisations. 

The successful candidate must be able to demonstrate the following:

  • Relevant experience in a similar role e.g. working as part of an organisation with multiple and diverse stakeholders. 
  • A track record of designing and delivering effective public affairs influencing strategies and developing and maintaining relationships with influential stakeholders to further campaigning objectives
  • Strong understanding of parliamentary processes and opportunities to influence them with proven ability to craft messages that land across multiple communications channels
  • Understanding complex policy issues and their relevance to an organisation, with strong political instincts and strategic awareness

What we do

We provide the opportunities and spaces for people to lead their own change.

Our activities are wide and far reaching. From giving families and children the best start in life through our childcare and family support, to creating and maintaining high quality live, work and play spaces on land which we own.

We promote enterprise, creativity and lifelong learning whether that’s through providing employment, volunteering opportunities, nurturing enterprise or delivering programmes and activities. We provide housing that supports our community; we champion co-operative housing and influence local and national housing policy.

From sports and dance to healthy eating and gardening, we offer a range of facilities and activities accessible to everyone to support health and wellbeing in our community.

In return we can offer you:

  • 27 days’ annual leave (excluding bank holidays – pro rata for part-time)
  • 8% contributory pension scheme (5% employer contribution, 3% employee contribution)
  • Flexible-working, including working from home
  • Season ticket loan
  • Health and wellbeing support, including online mental health therapy sessions
  • Commitment to training and development


Permanent, Full time, 35 hours per week


£37,000 per annum

To Apply 

To apply please submit an up to date CV and the supporting questions form. We are unable to consider CVs if they are not accompanied by the supporting questions form. The equal opportunities form is optional.

Please send your complete application to

Closing Date

Please send your application by midnight on 12 July 2022. 

Proposed interview dates

First stage interviews are due to take place on 18 & 19 July.

Second stage interviews are due to take place on 28 July.

Both sets of interviews are due to take place 'in person' at our office on the South Bank (SE1 9NH)

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