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Senior Communications Officer

£38,917-£39,962 per annum, with an increase from 1 April 2017 plus excellent benefits

Closing date: noon on Monday 20 February 2017

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The role

We are seeking an experienced Senior Communications Officer to play a pivotal role in the Communications team and in the delivery of the GOsC’s communications and engagement strategy. A self-motivated and innovative individual, you will be responsible primarily for managing to a high standard the development and production of GOsC print publications and e-communications.

The candidate

Interested? You will need to be an established communications professional with a good understanding of the strategic importance of effective communications for delivering corporate objectives and have:

  • Demonstrable evidence of managing print and online publication development
  • Highly developed writing skills, for online and print media
  • Excellent sub-editing, proofreading and design management skills and experience
  • An ability to propose innovative ways of working
  • Confidence to liaise effectively with colleagues and stakeholders at all levels.

Further information

For further information download the candidate information pack.

To apply

Send a supporting statement of no more than 850 words, along with a CV and completed initial evaluation criteria form, to the Human Resources Manager, Amanda Chadwick achadwick@osteopathy.org.uk by noon on Monday 20 February 2017. Interviews will take place on 2 and 7 March 2017.

Diversity monitoring form

We would be grateful if you could also complete the diversity monitoring form. The information requested will help us ensure that our recruitment processes reach the widest possible range of candidates. It will be detached from the rest of your the application on receipt and will not be taken into account by the panel assessing your application. You are not obliged to complete this information, although we hope you will do so. Please feel free to complete or omit any sections as you wish.

The General Osteopathic Council is committed to ensuring that all our activities, both as a regulator and employer, support and promote equality and diversity.