Communications and Engagement Manager
£47,9917 - £50,739 per annum, plus excellent benefits
We are seeking a Communications and Engagement Manager to manage the Communications Team, and work with the Senior Management Team to develop and implement the GOsC’s communications and engagement strategy. This role will report directly to the Chief Executive.
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The Communications and Engagement Manager sits within the Communications Department and reports directly to the Chief Executive. The Communications team of five members also comprises the Senior Communications Officer (Engagement), Senior Communications Officer (Digital), Senior Communications Officer (Publications) and Communications Support Officer.
The Communications and Engagement Manager will manage people and projects within communications, and work with the Senior Management Team to develop and implement the communications and engagement strategy. This is a wide-ranging and exciting position within a progressive and highly respected regulator.
As a small regulator with 26 staff, no day is the same and applicants will need to demonstrate they are flexible and eager to support and help others in all aspects of our work.
The successful candidate will have highly developed written and oral communication skills and the proven ability:
- to manage people and and projects within the communications and stakeholder engagement arena;
- to write for a range of audiences and media, including the web;
- to manage stakeholder engagement and use consultation techniques and tools;
- to manage media and events;
- to manage print production, including sub-editing, proof reading and design management.
To apply, send your CV along with a supporting statement of no more than 850 words, explaining why you are interested in the position and how you meet the person specification, to the Human Resources Manager, Amanda Chadwick, email@example.com by noon on Wednesday 28 June 2017.
It would help our equality and diversity monitoring if you would also complete and send us the Diversity Monitoring Form.
Interviews will take place on Wednesday 5 July 2017
The GOsC is committed to ensuring that all our activities, both as a regulator and employer, support and promote equality and diversity.