UNIVERSITY OF GREENWICH

PR & Communications Manager

Location
Greenwich, London (GB)
Salary
£38,833 to £47,722 plus £4623 London weighting
Posted
29 Jan 2018
End of advertisement period
18 Feb 2018
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

PR & Communications Manager
Public Relations 
Location:      Greenwich 
Salary:       £38,833 to £47,722 plus £4623 London weighting 
Contract Type:     Permanent 
Closing Date:      Sunday 18th February 2018
Interview Date:    To be confirmed 
Reference:    1663


The University of Greenwich requires a PR & Internal Communications Manager to head the PR & Internal Communications team. Reporting into the CMO and working closely with the Vice Chancellors office, your key responsibilities will include, co-generation and delivery of the UOG PR, media & internal comms strategy; managing the team on all proactive & reactive work streams and leading the crisis comms process. You’ll oversee delivery of and monitor success of all PR & internal comms activity (integrating seamlessly with other disciplines),in order to reach, inspire, entertain, inform and convert our prospective B2C and B2B audiences.

You’re a results oriented, passionate comms professional with line management experience, and significant experience managing / a PR & internal comms strategy for a large organisation.  You’ll have managed delivered high profile coverage, be comfortable with all aspects of media relations (proactive and reactive), understand the importance of the internal audience and keep a level-head during crisis management. You have a strong PR & internal comms skillset and have worked on high profile national / international projects, with a drive to continually optimise all activity, capturing learnings to improve future activity. 

It’s an exciting time for the Marketing Communications team. With a new CMO, changes in the sector, increased competition and a desire to raise the bar, we are looking for outstanding people who can help us deliver our mission of transforming lives through inspired teaching and research, through our embodying our values and delivering ‘work that works’. 

Should you have any queries please contact our CMO, Iain Morrison on i.g.morrison@gre.ac.uk 

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We aim to be an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all sections of the community.