• Full Time
  • Hybrid + London
  • Applications have closed.

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Internal Communications Manager, NSPCC
Location: Hybrid. London – Weston House
Closing date: 11 February 2024
Salary: £38, 648 – £43,918 (plus London weighting)
Department: Corporate Communications
35 hours per week

nspcc logoEvery childhood is worth fighting for. This is our belief. It drives us. And it inspires our Communications team to find ever-more creative ways to promote our work and share how people can get involved in making a difference to children’s lives.

Join us as an Internal Communications Manager and create work that means the world.

The Internal Communications Team deliver internal communications to the NSPCC’s employees and volunteers, to keep our people informed and engaged with news, information and updates around the important work we are doing across the organisation to deliver our strategy.

Are you a passionate about internal communications?

We are looking for an experienced internal communications professional to join our team.

You’ll have a track-record of building strong, trust-based relationships that contribute to the delivery of internal communications with impact and relevance, to help us continue to achieve our goals.

You’ll work closely with the Head of Internal Communications to:

  • drive forward and implement our organisational wide internal communications strategy
  • create aligned operational / tactical plans to support effective delivery
  • use a wide internal communications channel mix, taking account of different audiences
  • write content and assets across a range of subjects
  • build strong stakeholder relationships
  • seek ongoing feedback and data to drive continuous improvement.

We’re looking for a collaborative team member who has substantial experience of working in a high performing, strategic internal communications function in the corporate, charitable or public sector, with proven skills in building strong stakeholder relationships and conveying written and verbal information effectively, including drafting content for various channels.

You’ll have project management and organisational skills in a communications context and be comfortable working at pace, and to agreed deadlines to deliver shared outcomes.

Join us and you’ll become part of a team that cares about the work they do and the people they work with.

You’ll discover opportunities to grow, along with challenges and a shared purpose that’ll bring the best out in you. And you’ll get to find your own way to make a difference that means more, and that impacts millions of young lives.

How to apply:

NSPCC have partnered with Ellwood Atfield who will be managing the recruitment for this role. To apply, please send your CV on email to Sarah Madahar on sarah@ellwoodatfield.com

For candidates eligible for redeployment, please email Rebecca Woodley rebecca.woodley@nspcc.org.uk