Exeter, Devon
£30,000 - £40,000 per year (depending upon experience) plus pension and other benefits.
Permanent, Part-time, Minimum 0.6 FTE, Full-time
Job description

As a Communications Manager you will report to our Communications Director and work collaboratively with colleagues to manage an exciting portfolio of communications activities, ensuring the South West AHSN continues to extend its reach and influence internally, regionally and nationally.

Working across an ambitious, forward-thinking organisation, you will develop impactful communications campaigns that inform, inspire and connect our staff, stakeholders and external audiences.

We are looking for someone who can use a variety of methods, including their extensive experience with digital communications to demonstrate the impact of our work and its role in improving health equity in the South West.

You will ensure high quality and timely delivery of communications projects across the organisations programmes.

Working with communications colleagues, you will advise and support colleagues on all aspects of brand, content, design and media. You will have a particular focus on development and delivery of impactful digital communications.

You will work with other colleagues to make the most of their communications skills and ensure productive well-managed relationships with external consultants, agencies and suppliers to create strategic, content-led internal and external communications.

Refreshed on: 01 October 2021
Closed date: 16 October 2021
Tags: Communications, PR

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