Scotland’s Armed Forces Children’s Charity

We are excited to welcome Jaimee Louise Gordon to Forces Children Scotland who joins the team as our Marketing, Communications and Fundraising Assistant.

Having moved to Edinburgh from Ireland almost six years ago, Jaimee Louise has worked with a variety of charities, including the British Red Cross and Breast Cancer Now.

We sat down with Jaimee Louise to ask her a few questions about getting started in her new role at Forces Children Scotland.

What inspired you to apply for the role?

“My love of communications and marketing immediately drew me to the role. Looking further into the job description and learning about the work that the charity does for children and young people across Scotland proved an opportunity I was not prepared to miss.”

What will you bring to the role in terms of knowledge, skills and experience?

“I feel that I will bring a fresh approach to this role as well as the wider team at Forces Children Scotland. My experience working with charities, where I have had to deliver a range of outcomes in fast-paced marketing and communications environments will help the charity achieve its ambitious aims for the future.

What are you looking forward to the most with regards your new role?

“I am very much looking forward to meeting and working with the children and young people that we support and equally with the wider team at Forces Children Scotland. I am excited to put my creativity in to practice and grow both personally and professionally in every aspect.”

Are you a young person from a serving or veteran family and love TikTok? Find out more about working with Jaimee Louise to create content for our Forces Children Scotland TikTok channel.

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