Community Integrated Care
Internal Communications & Engagement Assistant,Community Integrated Care
Closing date: 16 February 2018
Salary: £20000 – £22500
Community Integrated Care is one of the largest and most successful social care charities in the UK. Employing over 5500 colleagues and supporting over 3500 people with care and support needs, we have a large and diverse internal audience.
With a bold new 5-year corporate strategy about to launch, we recognise the importance of effective internal communications and engagement in achieving our charity’s strategic objectives.
The successful candidate will join Community Integrated Care’s multi-award winning Internal Communications & Engagement Department at an exciting time, as we look to transform the culture of our charity, with improved engagement with colleagues at the heart of our approach.
Reporting to the newly appointed Internal Communications & Engagement Manager, the successful candidate will support the implementation and delivery of an annual programme of internal communications, engagement and culture activities in line with the new strategy. This is a fantastic opportunity for the right candidate looking to build their communications career within an exciting and ambitious organisation.
An energetic, resourceful and self-motivated communicator, with good knowledge and experience of a broad range of print and digital channels, the post-holder will possess exceptional written skills and creative flair. With a keen eye for a great story and the ability to tell it in the most compelling way, they will be passionate about developing the Community Integrated Care brand internally. They will do this by promoting the achievements of our colleagues and the people we support, creating opportunities for them to have real involvement and influence within the organisation, and bringing our organisational story to life in the most compelling way.
The successful candidate will be a true ‘people’ person, with the ability to build great relationships at all levels within the organisation. They will be committed to developing a deep understanding of our workforce, motivated by the desire to make Community Integrated Care a better place to work, so that our services are better places to live.
Educated to degree level, the successful candidate will have previous experience in a communications role, possibly within a large organisation or agency. They will have worked on delivering effective communication campaigns, have a good eye for design, and knowledge/experience in Adobe Photoshop and video-production software would be highly regarded, but not essential.
They must have excellent organisational skills and a flexible approach to work, being able to balance multiple priorities and complete tasks and projects efficiently. Attention to detail and a meticulous approach to work are necessities.