Do you want to make a difference and be part of an award-winning team that delivers first-class communications?
The Royal Society of Chemistry has an exciting opportunity for an experienced, talented and driven Internal Communications Executive to join in an integral role, working alongside our Internal Communications Manager to deliver our strategy and ensure the smooth running of our important Internal Communications function.
As Internal Communications Executive, you will support our Internal Communications Manager in delivering our Internal Communications strategy and vision. This will include handling the planning and delivery of Internal Communications’ campaigns for major projects; crafting and delivering effective messaging for the right audience at the right time using a variety of channels and providing hands-on support to stakeholders. You will devise creative and novel campaigns to increase employees’ engagement especially around our strategy, mission and values and act as editor for all internal communications’ channels such as the intranet and the monthly newsletter. You will also plan and manage a range of events at the RSC in line with organisational priorities, ensuring that all internal communications activities are fully evaluated, support our overall communications strategy and reflect our key messages.
We are looking for:
- Degree in a communications’ related field and / or equivalent experience demonstrating a knowledge of internal communications as a discipline and of best practice, including devising and delivering strategic Internal Communications campaigns.
- Evidence of developing and delivering an internal communications strategy to high standards and for a range of audiences, levels and geographies, utilising varied channels and measuring the impact of initiatives on engagement.
- Knowledge and experience of strategic and tactical communications planning and outstanding project management skills.
- Highly organised and deadline driven with a proven track record of working strategically and delivering to tight deadlines, managing conflicting requests and priorities.
- Exemplary verbal, written communications and creative skills through a range of media.
- Proactive, with excellent problem solving skills, critical judgement, resilience and composure under pressure, with a positive can-do attitude.
- A desire to promote and enable the positive impact of chemistry and science generally on social, political, and economic issues.
In return for your expertise and passion, we will ensure that you have all the training, support and tools needed to be successful in this role.
Royal Society of Chemistry offers excellent benefits and a great work environment. This is a permanent full-time (35-hour week) opportunity, based at our Science Park Cambridge office, with free onsite parking and close to the guided bus and Cambridge North train station. This role also requires travel to London on an ad hoc basis.
If you are interested in joining an organisation full of committed, friendly people working to support and inspire a global chemistry community, apply by our closing date.
Download the full job description here.
Looking for an opportunity to work for a science organisation that is helping solve world problems? Want to be part of a team that delivers first class communications?
The Royal Society of Chemistry has an exciting opportunity for an Internal Communications Lead to work with our workstream leads to devise and deliver a comprehensive Internal Communications strategy for a complex change management project to foster behavioural and cultural change and maximise long-term organisational benefits.
In this integral role, you will also assist our Internal Communications Manager in providing strategic advice and guidance to senior team members and hands-on support. You will also be part of an integrated team of specialists in digital, news & media and corporate communications with access to design, marketing and event management teams.
We are looking for a team player with excellent project management skills and significant experience in internal and change communications, including developing and delivering ambitious strategies to support complex change projects.
You will have a proven track record, within successful transformational programmes, of creating and delivering effective and strategic project communications and managing the communication process throughout the lifecycle of a project.
Your tenacity, creativity and positive can-do attitude and strong influencing and problem solving skills will ensure that you provide excellent communications support to senior leaders, and your flexible and adaptable approach will enable you to identify and manage change management risks and issues.
Demonstrable professional writing skills for a variety of channels, audiences and delivery mechanisms and a practical, solutions-orientated approach is also key in this role.
In return for your specialist expertise and passion for promoting the positive impact of chemistry and science generally, we will ensure you have all the training, support and tools needed to be successful in this role.
The Royal Society of Chemistry offers excellent benefits and a great work environment. This is an eighteen month full-time (35-hour week) contract opportunity, based at our Science Park Cambridge office, with free onsite parking and close to the guided bus and Cambridge North train station.
If you are interested in joining an organisation full of committed, friendly people working to support and inspire a global chemistry community, please apply before our closing date.
Download the full job description here.