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Internal Communications Officer, St Mungo’s
Agile working from London, and home working
Salary: £35,578 – £39,227 pa
Permanent/Full time/37.50 hours per week

St-Mungos logoCan you help St Mungo’s improve and develop how we communicate within the organisation?

As an Internal Communications Officer, you will work closely with the Head of Internal Communications and Senior Internal Communications Officer, as well as colleagues in the People team, to help develop and deliver engaging internal communications for staff supporting clients in a wide range of roles across the south and south west of England and in London.

You will play a key role in the delivery of our core internal communications which includes:

  • Managing the coordination and delivery of our regular staff newsletters and playing a key role in the management and development of our staff intranet.
  • Day-to-day responsibility for our core channels and our content schedule, creating engaging content and support on a range of exciting projects including the planning and delivery of staff engagement events.
  • Working with colleagues from across the organisation, providing expert advice and support on internal communications and engagement for wide-ranging projects and initiatives.
  • Advising on how the organisation and colleagues can demonstrate our values in their work and promote a culture of mutual respect, diversity and inclusion in the workplace.

About you

You will have demonstrable experience of working in a communications role, ideally working with an internal staff audience.

In addition you will;

  • Have experience of writing and producing compelling communications in different formats for a range of offline and offline channels
  • Be confident building positive relationships with colleagues to enhance and improve communications.
  • Have strong project and time management skills with the ability to manage a busy and varied work programme.
  • Have experience of developing and implementing engaging and creative internal communications campaigns, and experience of supporting or coordinating events, is also desirable.
  • Being a clear and confident communicator is also essential, as is confidence in using standard internal communications channels such as an intranet (or equivalent experience with a website or content management system).

St Mungo’s are committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace. We strongly encourage applications from all under-represented groups.

How to apply

To view the job description and guidance on completing your application form, please click on the ‘document’ tab on the advert page on our website.

When you’re ready to apply click the ‘Apply Now’ Button to submit your CV and Supporting Statement.

Closing date: 10am on 17 June 2024

Interview and assessments on: w/c 24 June 2024.

Our purpose is to end homelessness and rebuild lives. It drives everything that we do. For the past 55 years, we have been on the ground every day and every night, supporting people to recover from homelessness and advocating for change. We support around 28,000 people each year and our work means that more than 2,700 people have somewhere safe to stay each night.