Vacancy Reference: 18137
We are currently recruiting for a Senior Information Officer for the Bangor area. This will be a full-time temporary role, Monday to Friday consisting of 37 hours per week. This vacancy is expected to last at least for 3 months.
Duties & Responsibilities:
- Contributing to the development and implementation of the ETI Communications and Stakeholder Engagement Strategy
- To work with the ETI senior staff in helping to set the strategic direction with regard to communications and to ensure appropriate content, messaging, tone and consistency
- Build internal relationships with ETI colleagues to fully identity communications needs, and provide strategic communications advice/services to meet the strategic priorities
- Provide social media editorial control to ensure appropriate content, messaging, tone and consistency in line with ETI's communications policy
- Evaluation of the effectiveness of social media communications against objectives and evaluation of the effectiveness and impact of social media communications on business outcomes
- Advise senior ETI staff on the most relevant and appropriate approach to internal communications based on analysis of key audience and stakeholder groups
- At least three years' experience, gained within the last 5 years, as a practitioner in public relations, journalism, advertising, marketing or similar environment; and
- At least one year's practical experience, gained within the last 5 years, in leading and managing staff in a team environment to meet the organisation's objectives.
This role provides an exciting opportunity to join an industry leading business, committed to ensuring that their customers receive a first class level of service and offering genuine opportunities for career progression.
For more information on this role or any other vacancy please call us on 028 90330 555
Please note only those candidates shortlisted may be contacted.
Candidates will be required to obtain an Standard Access NI check at a cost of £18.00.
Please note that a criminal record will not necessarily be a bar to obtaining a position. This will depend on the nature of the position and circumstances of the offences.