Internal Communications Officer, Employability and Student Voice
Salary: £29,159 to £34,370 per annum - including London Allowance
Closing Date: Tuesday 04 June 2019
Interview Date: To be confirmed
Full time, Permanent
At Royal Holloway, University of London, we are looking for an Internal Communications Officer, with a passion for student communication, to lead on dynamic, relevant and engaging employability and student voice campaigns for students.
Working with the Head of Internal Communications, as part of the Internal Communications team, you will develop and deliver engaging student-facing communication campaigns informed by stakeholders. By gathering insights on what motivates students and who influences them, you will deliver campaigns that encourage students to engage with the College, independently take positive career steps and engage with the College’s Careers & Employability Service.
Creative, proactive and a proven networker, you will have experience in internal communications and you will have a track record of developing, delivering and measuring the success of engagement plans.
This is a full time permanent post available immediately.
To view further details of this post and to apply please visit https://jobs.royalholloway.ac.uk.The RHUL Recruitment Team can be contacted with queries by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org or via telephone on: +44 (0)1784 41 4241.
In return we offer a highly competitive rewards and benefits package including:
- Generous annual leave entitlement
- Training and Development opportunities
- Pension Scheme with generous employer contribution
- Various schemes including Cycle to Work, Season Ticket Loans and help with the cost of Eyesight testing.
- Free parking
The post is based in Egham, Surrey where the College is situated in a beautiful, leafy campus near to Windsor Great Park and within commuting distance from London.
Please quote the reference: 0519-191
Closing Date: Tuesday 4 June 2019
Interview Date: TBC
Please note that it will not be possible for the College to issue a Certificate of Sponsorship for successful candidates as this role does not fall into one of the standard occupational codes deemed eligible for sponsorship by UK Visas and Immigration and the pro-rata salary will not meet the minimum threshold set by UK Visas and Immigration. Successful candidates will therefore need to be eligible to work in the UK or have limited leave to remain in the UK and associated right to work for the duration of their employment with the College, in accordance with the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006.