We have an exciting opportunity for a Campaigns Officer to join our client's offices based in Stafford on a temporary contract basis for 12 months with the possibility of an extension. The client is looking for someone to start ASAP, working full time, 37 hours per week at £160 per day PAYE.
As the Campaigns Officer, your main duties will include:
Contribute to integrated SSSCB communications campaigns and content production which support key Board priorities and are agreed as part of the Communications Planning process.
Advise senior members and managers on using internal and external communications channels & tools, which are consistent with Board priorities, objectives and communication standards.
Work as part of a team and with all partners on the delivery of on-line and off-line media relations work for the Board
Support the development of systems and products to ensure effective two-way communications with the wider children's workforce
Provide marketing and communications advice to Board Members, partner departments, commissioners and children and their families on a range of communications issues.
Assist in the implementation of communications planning via participation and assisting to develop Board standards.
Develop and produce communications materials including digital content, copy-writing, proof-reading and internal and external organisations.
Help plan and deliver external, partner and internal communications events e.g. Conferences, events, focus groups.
Utilise and contribute to the ongoing development of planning, evaluation and reporting tools e.g. Newsletters, briefings, guides and podcasts etc.
Carry out/co-ordinate research to support the development and evaluation of communications campaigns.
Use audience databases to support the effective planning, implementation and evaluation of activities.
Carry out targeted social media and digital communications activities, as appropriate, to support communications campaigns.
Undertake various other tasks and duties appropriate to the grading and responsibility of the post as required.
The nature of the work may involve the post-holder carrying out work outside normal working hours.
The post-holder may be required to attend, from time to time, training courses, conferences, seminars or other meetings as required by his/her own training needs and the needs of the service.
To be successful for this Campaigns Officer post you will need to have:
Educated to degree level, or equivalent level of relevant equivalent experience.
A qualification from a relevant recognised professional body
A minimum of 2 years of work experience in a communications or marketing environment
Demonstrable experience of delivering successful campaigns and content under pressure within deadlines.
Demonstrable experience of research-based communications and using a range of evaluation techniques.
Understanding of current affairs and local government issues.
Understanding of the role of marketing and communications in a large, complex, diverse, public sector organisation
Designing, delivering and evaluating communications campaigns and promotions.
Knowledge of a range of marketing tools and techniques.
Knowledge of a range of market research tools and techniques.
Understanding of creative and production processes.
Event planning, development and delivery.
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