Start Date: ASAP
End Date: 30/10/13
Salary: c£23 per hour
Part time 20hrs
Candidate must have previous communications experience – ideally internal communications experience. Role responsibilities include:
� Help deliver the CSG and people advocacy programme (ranging from CSG-wide communications & community events to smaller networking events, virtual meetings
� Help to coordinate the monthly webcasts and site visits for leadership
� Manage logistics for events (e.g. sharepoint site registration pages, invitations, agenda, follow-up feedback surveys)
� Manage the CSG SharePoints.
� Products collateral such as posters, banners etc for communications of regular and ad-hoc initiatives.
� Obtaining information/copy for the monthly Resources Newsletter. Collate and send out on a timely basis at the end of each month.
� Draft news articles and other content for the internal portal (will involve interviewing people to get the best content). And ensuring there is alignment with UKI news & EALA/Global news to get further exposure.
� Assist with implementing the FY13 Resources People Plan e.g. supporting comms where needed with Accent on Women initiatives; Training; corporate citizenship etc.
� Actively cultivate and manage relationships with key marketing/internal communications colleagues and executives to support the successful implementation of the communications/people advocacy plan.
� Identify and capitalize on new internal marketing channels. Specific focus in FY13 on social media channel Chatter
� Ensure that all global marketing policies and procedures are followed.
� Monitor and track all event budgets with comms lead.
� Work with UKI Internal Communications to ensure synchronization of messaging throughout the business e.g. ensure articles are well-represented in wider internal publications, feed into overall UK & Ireland geographic unit communications team.
� Manage third party relationships: venues, web agency and creative agency.
Start Date: ASAP