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A great opportunity with a high profile organisation body for whom you'll support in the delivery of proactive communications programmes.

In addition to contributing to consultation responses and corresponding with Parliamentarians and wider stakeholders, you'll draft press releases and coordinate the distribution of press cuttings whilst acting as an authoritative point of contact for regional and national media; draft briefing papers for senior management; represent the organisation to external audiences; support and develop social media channels; and assist with the organisation of events.

Experience of working with media and political stakeholders is essential and you'll demonstrate a keen understand of the workings of Parliament and of social media. As ever, strong written and presentation skills are a prerequisite and you'll be highly organised, practised at juggling a varied workload. 

To Apply

Please click on the Apply button below to send your CV and covering letter to Caroline Ivory, clearly stating that you saw the role through the PubAffairs network.

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  • Fill out the short form below and upload your CV.

Closing date

The closing date for applications for this post is 11:59pm on Tuesday 24th December 2019