Marketing Content Coordinator

Role: Marketing Content Coordinator
Location: Edinburgh (Hybrid)
Contract: Part-time, permanent
Hours: 17.5 hours per week (approx. 2 days per week in offices)
Salary: £12,500

Closing date: Midday, Wednesday 15th May
Interview Date: TBC

Purpose of role

Reporting to the Marketing & Brand Manager, you will play a pivotal role in the brand marketing initiatives of Capella, the non-profit that operates Sleep Action, focusing on enhancing awareness and engagement within the target audiences of the charity’s services; Teens+ and Sleep Action.

Primary responsibilities include coordinating Capella’s physical media and digital channels, including websites, email, and social media supporting brand-building marketing campaigns raising profile and awareness of the charity and its services.

Who are we looking for?

The successful applicant will be a natural storyteller with the ability to take complex information and communicate it to a wide variety of audiences effectively. You will have demonstrable experience creating content across various formats, including copywriting, graphics, and videos using digital tools (Adobe Creative Suite, Canva or similar) to build brand awareness and engagement.

The successful applicant will be expected to spend approximately 2 days per week working at our Teens+ centres based in Edinburgh (Liberton Brae, Ravenscroft) and Musselburgh (Eskmills).

About Sleep Action

Sleep Action – Be the best you.

Sleep Action is a charitable service provided by the non-profit, Capella. Established in 1998, Sleep Action is the UK’s oldest sleep charity and leading provider of sleep support, training, and resources in the UK, having supported thousands of people to have healthy sleep. We aim to ensure everyone can thrive through healthy sleep by working with professionals, families, and employers to promote healthy sleep because there is no health and wellbeing without sleep.

In 2023, Sleep Action celebrated its 25th anniversary.

About Capella

At Capella, we believe in lasting change through lifelong learning, because everybody deserves to thrive.

Capella is a registered charity that runs a number of charitable services, including Teens+, a transitional education project for young adults with complex and severe communication needs and Sleep Action, the UK’s oldest sleep charity and leading provider of sleep support, training, and resources in the UK. In 2024, we have launched our ambitious Strategy 24-29.

Capella is a great place to work with fantastic people, strong values and a clear sense of the difference we make. 94% of our team are proud to work for our organisation and 98% think we take positive action on health and wellbeing. We invest in our staff and offer extensive training and mentoring opportunities. As a growing organisation, we want to attract ambitious staff with a desire to achieve great things. If this sounds like a journey you’d like to join us on, we would love to hear from you.

Capella was awarded Employer of the Year at the Edinburgh Chamber of Commerce Awards 2023 and is nominated for the Outstanding Leadership Award at this year’s Scottish Living Wage Awards.

About Teens+

Teens+ is a charitable service provided by the non-profit, Capella. Teens+ is a pathway for school leavers with additional needs to fulfill their potential. We do this by providing post-school education and lifelong learning services for young people with complex communication needs including autism and learning disabilities. The service is person-centred and individualised to ensure each student, regardless of their needs, can reach their fullest potential.

Our goal is to help our students and their families prepare for the next step into post-school education, work or a new home with tailored learning, and life and social skills. Teens+ operates four centres based at Ravenscroft, Liberton Brae, and two in Musselburgh.

Our values

Our people and our values are most important to us, so any member of our team must understand and live these values:

Tailored – We always put people at the centre of our work.

Humour – Great things can be achieved when we are happy and have fun.

Resilient – Flexibility, confidence and creativity turn challenges into opportunities.

Integrity – Passion and professionalism are vital for all involved in our organisation.

Value – Everybody deserves respect and we are enriched through our differences.

Empathy – Compassion and care are in everything we do.

How to apply

For more information about this role, please see the job description and person specification below:

To apply for this role, please complete our application form

You can submit completed forms to us by e-mail.

Note: we do not accept CVs and we do not use recruitment agencies.