Senior Communications Manager
Are you interested in being part of a dynamic, fast-paced team that is pushing boundaries in order to tackle some of the biggest issues that affect our society?
King’s College London and King’s Health Partners are doing all of this and more. The Fundraising & Supporter Development Office has an impressive, well established track record of success. We are currently mapping out ambitions for a new fundraising campaign following the successful close of World questions| King’s answers, which raised over £600m to help tackle some of the world’s biggest questions. The global award-winning campaign enabled King’s to achieve ground-breaking milestones in neuroscience and mental health, cancer, child health, society and international relations. It is our ambition that our next campaign will be even more successful than the last, in order to make a real and positive difference to the world we live in.
The Senior Communications Manager role sits within the Alumni Communications and Donor Relations team, part of the Alumni and Supporter Engagement Directorate. This role will develop an overarching content strategy for our alumni audiences and oversee the development of innovative quality content. The Senior Communications Manager will also develop and deliver communications strategies for our London and Business audiences and manage three line reports as well as one dotted line report.
You are a confident and experienced communications professional. You work to oversee and produce a range of quality, innovative content: engaging and inspiring our audiences. Championing best practice and rigour in communications, you possess the stakeholder management skills to work well with line reports, peers and senior staff. An experienced manager, you know who to inspire and motivate your team.
With a proven track record in communications, you are familiar with working with print and digital content creation. You have experience of developing and working to a brief in order to create materials with impact. You manage your stakeholders by understanding their needs, ensuring standards of service and reporting on impact
You are organised, motivated by getting things done and take pride in delivering projects to a high standard. You use tact and diplomacy to achieve results and know how to use your influence to get the best out of your colleagues.
The selection process will include competency based questions, an assessment and a panel interview.
For an informal discussion to find out more about the role please contact: Siobhan Wakely 020 7848 3369 or firstname.lastname@example.org
This post will be offered on an indefinite contract.
This is a full-time post.
The selection process will include a panel interview and presentation.