Communications Consultant – Public and Government affairs

March 4, 2024
£37000 - £37000

Job Description

Communications Consultant – Public and Government affairs
Location: Fife
Salary: 37,000 – 40,400 per annum
Duration: 12-Month Contract

About the Company: Our client is seeking a talented Communications Consultant to join a very fast-paced, dynamic Public & Government Affairs department. Reporting to the External Affairs Manager (UK Manufacturing), this role will play a crucial part in devising and executing external communications strategies for the industrial site in Fife.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Lead the long-standing community contributions programme, engaging with local charities, Community Councils and Groups to identify funding opportunities.
  • Undertake administration of contributions programme
  • Work with colleagues to identify and promote STEM education activity with local schools.
  • Identify, develop, and deliver pro-active communications to improve insight and understanding of company operations.
  • Develop social media and web channels presence through use of engaging and informative imagery and copy.
  • Write compelling copy for deployment across a range of digital and print channels.
  • Develop short-life campaigns to support key issues e.g. recruitment.
  • Liaise with media team to identify local communication opportunities and support development.
  • of relevant news releases
  • Coordinate development of photographic and video collateral
  • Engage with internal teams and monitor external activity to identify potential emerging issues.
  • Respond to community enquiries and complaints.

Skills and Qualifications:

  • Experience of engaging with community representatives, schools, and charities
  • Communications and engagement experience (at least 3- 5) with proven track record in communications and engagement
  • Excellent writing skills and experience of story identification and development
  • Ability to analyse and communicate technical information to non-technical audiences.
  • Experience of digital communications including web and social media
  • Experience of web content management systems
  • Good interpersonal skills, ability to adapt to change.
  • Must be a self-starter.
  • Full driving Licence required.

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