Communications and Engagement Manager – Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner for Essex

Posted on: December 2, 2021

Location of Role: Kelvedon/Remote

Advert Closing Date: 09/12/2021

Salary Range: £43,860.00 to £47,058.00 (pro-rata for part-time vacancies) 

Part/Full Time: Full Time

Contract Type: Secondment/Fixed-term

Working Pattern: Mon-Fri with occasional evening/weekends

Weekend/Evening Working: Yes

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Communications and Engagement Manager to join our team at the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner for Essex. We want an experienced communications and engagement professional who is looking to broaden their experience working within a dynamic, fast paced environment.

The successful candidate will be required to deliver effective communications activities and campaigns, within a complex multi stakeholder environment, to a range of audiences.

They should be able to demonstrate significant experience working in a communications, marketing or sponsorship environment and with senior leaders, developing and delivering integrated communication and engagement plans.

This opportunity would suit a highly-motivated and dynamic individual who can bring a wealth of experience and skills to our team and is passionate about making a positive contribution to our communities. With significant experience and expertise working in communications, marketing or a similar field, educated to degree level or equivalent.

The role is for nine months and open on a fixed term or secondment basis. It is currently home based with office working only required when necessary.

Successful applicants for this role will be defined as an;

Home based Agile Worker

Works predominately (80% or more) at home only working in the office when required to do so.

Or

Blended Agile Worker

Blended agile working with no designated team area. Works a blend of home and police site working.

The role will offer flexibility in terms of place of work, including some home working. The extent of flexibility will be agreed through individual assessment with the line manager to assess operational requirements and individual’s suitability for home working. In the event that home working is agreed for the successful candidate, there will be a requirement to regularly attend the contractual workplace.

For more details got to the Essex Police Recruitment Website.

Author: Jade Bolton
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