This role in NHS England and NHS Improvement’s Nursing Directorate is an exciting opportunity to be part of a dynamic team responsible for shaping and influencing new policy areas and delivering national improvement programmes.
As Communications and Engagement Manager, you will join the Nursing communications team, responsible for creating, developing and managing communications to support the directorate and the Chief Nursing Officer to ensure delivery of the NHS Long Term Plan. You will support a strategic, integrated, and effective approach to communications and engagement across the directorate.
You will work very closely with the NHS England and NHS Improvement central communications teams and will support key Nursing workstreams to develop and implement communications and stakeholder engagement programmes in line with the strategic priorities for Nursing, and to increase awareness of our work across the wider system, stimulating action and commitment from the sector on these important issues. You will be responsible for raising the profile of and promoting the work of the directorate, supporting various work programmes through a variety of channels including social media and other digital platforms.
You will have a proven track record of delivery. You will be a strong team player and have excellent communication and organisational skills and great attention to detail.
You will demonstrate strong working knowledge of public sector communications with experience of working in a complex, fast-paced environment. You will have a proactive and dynamic approach in order to deliver work at a high standard.
This is an exciting time to join the Nursing Communications team. We are a growing and forming team, with a great deal of focus and expectation on what we need to deliver.
This advert closes on Wednesday 21 Apr 2021
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