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Internal Communications Manager – Leading MS Charity

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Recruiter
CHM
Posted
03 January 2014
Closes
21 January 2014
Ref
138987_MS_MBICM096
Location
North West London
Hours
Contract Type
Salary
£34,255 - £39,051 + excellent benefits

Further information

This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced Internal Communications Manager looking to further their career within the charity sector.

Our client is fighting to improve treatment and care to help people with MS take control of their lives. And they’re at the start of a generation of MS research that holds incredible promise.

Their people – volunteers and staff - are at the heart of this work, and are the key to their success.

Internal Communications Manager
Reference: MBICM096
Location: NW London
Department: Communications
Salary: between £34,255 and £39,051 + excellent benefits

Our client is looking for a skilled and motivated Internal Communications Manager to play a leading role in keeping their internal audiences informed and engaged, so that they can be passionate and effective advocates for the charity.

It’s an exciting time to take on this challenge: they’re looking to significantly increase their income over the next few years to allow them to grow their world-class research programme, and to continue to invest in supporting people affected by MS today.

As Internal Communications Manager, you’ll manage a Communications Officer, and have responsibility for ensuring effective communications with our  client's 250 staff and thousands of volunteers based across the UK.

You’ll have strong experience, preferably in the charity sector, of mapping and understanding internal audiences, crafting the right messages and delivering them using the most appropriate channels, whether printed, electronic or face to face.

You’ll be used to working closely with senior managers and staff across all parts of an organisation on a range of complex projects. Critically, you’ll understand the importance of staff and volunteer engagement and how to use a mix of approaches to encourage everyone to feel involved and enthused about the charity’s work. You’ll be armed with excellent writing skills and a positive, can-do attitude.

Closing date: 9am, Tuesday 21st January 2014.
Interview date: Wednesday 5th February 2014.

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Our client ​is committed to promoting equality and diversity.

No agencies please.​

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