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Senior Internal Communications Officer

A great opportunity has arisen for a temporary Senior Internal Communications Officer for a national charity in order to provide senior support to the Internal Communications and Engagement Manager during a period of organisational change. Produce and deliver effective, high quality and targeted internal communications plans for the charity"s change programme and other key projects which inform and engage volunteers and staff. This will be a temporary 3- 6 months contract based in Ewell, Surrey (30 minutes from Clapham Junction).

Key Responsibilities will include:

Create and deliver internal communications plans for the charity programme and key projects as directed by Internal Communications and Engagement Manager and Head of Marketing Communications and Brand:
Work with the Volunteering, Digital, and Learning & Development programme leads and individual project managers to keep volunteers and staff informed about progress on each of the nine projects and how they can get involved.
Support the Internal Communications & Engagement Manager to develop and deliver a programme of effective internal communications that inform and engage volunteers and staff across a range of channels:
Write clear, consistent copy for a range of channels including our intranet, staff and volunteer newsletters, printed magazine, posters and other printed and online materials.
Review and edit content drafted by two communications officers, and provide feedback to them.
Provide copywriting and editorial support for internal projects and events, as required.


In order to apply you should have the following skills and experience:

Significant experience of designing and delivering communication plans, preferably for an internal audience, across a range of channels, and an excellent understanding of best practice and how to deliver this
Confident communicator with excellent written and verbal communication skills
Outstanding copywriter and editor, with an eye for detail and the ability to communicate key messages clearly and concisely
Proven ability to work in a fast-paced environment and manage communications for multiple projects concurrently
Well-organised and able to manage own workload to ensure that deadlines are met
Ability to build and maintain positive relationships with staff and volunteers at all levels
Previous experience of working in the third sector and/or with volunteers would be an advantage, but not essential
Previous experience of working on change programmes desirable, but not essential.

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