Senior Communications Officer (Engagement)

Location
London
Salary
£39,890-£40,961 per annum, plus excellent benefits
Posted
05 Apr 2017
Closes
05 May 2017
Sector
Healthcare
Hours
Full Time
Contract Type
Permanent

The General Osteopathic Council (GOsC) is one of nine statutory regulators responsible for ensuring public and patient safety and wellbeing through the regulation of health professionals.

We set and maintain the standards of training, practice and conduct of some 5,000 osteopaths across the UK, and pride ourselves on being a forward-thinking and innovative regulator, constantly exploring ways of assuring patient safety and enhancing the quality of care.

We are seeking an experienced Senior Communications Officer to play a pivotal role in the Communications team and in the delivery of the GOsC’s communications and engagement strategy. A self-motivated and innovative individual, you will be responsible primarily for managing the GOsC’s stakeholder engagement and consultation activities.

Interested?

You will need to be an established communications professional with a good understanding of the strategic importance of effective communications for delivering corporate objectives and have:

  • Demonstrable evidence of developing and managing consultation activities and events
  • Highly developed written skills, with the ability to write for a range of audiences and mediums
  • Confident presenter with a proven ability to communicate successfully with colleagues and stakeholders face-to-face
  • Demonstrable evidence of project management within the communications arena.

An information pack is available to download on our website.

To apply, send a supporting statement of no more than 850 words, along with a CV and completed initial evaluation criteria form, to the Human Resources Manager, Amanda Chadwick via the apply button.

Closing date: Noon on 27th April 2017.

Interview dates: 5th and 8th May 2017.

The General Osteopathic Council is committed to ensuring that all our activities, both as a regulator and employer, support and promote equality and diversity.