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Internal Communications Officer

Peninsula Health

Mornington Peninsula, Victoria, Australia

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Job Posted: 02/10/2017

Job Category:

Marketing / Communications

Job description:

Dynamic, progressive and innovative Public Hospital network
Great Bayside location, great team, great career opportunity
Part-Time hours, flexible work arrangements

Position Summary
The Internal Communications Officer works in the Communications and Media team, working across the organisation to help build an informed and engaged workforce. The purpose of the role is to bring our internal communications strategy to life.

The Internal Communications Officer is responsible for implementing engaging campaigns and creative content through multiple channels including our intranet, newsletters, events, and social channels.

Travel to all Peninsula Health sites will be required. The Internal Communications Officer may be required to be on-call for media response from time-to-time.

Key Responsibilities
•Implement our internal communications strategy.
•Write and produce engaging content for internal audiences including newsletters, presentations, change campaigns and Intranet content.
•Promote and profile staff achievements, news, events, and strategic goals.
•Implement our Employer Brand strategy to build our profile among prospective staff.
•Manage the ongoing development of our Intranet and develop new online/digital channels for internal communications.
•End-to-end management of the internal events portfolio including expos, staff forums and campaign activity.

Essential Criteria
•Experience in corporate communications, PR or as a journalist.
•Excellent project management skills and ability to successfully manage competing priorities and work well under pressure.
•Experience implementing multi-channel communication campaigns.•Ability to work effectively within a team environment, and when required, act autonomously.
•Experience with corporate Intranet or content management systems.
•Current drivers’ licence.

Desirable Criteria
•Experience working within a healthcare or health-focused organisation.
•Experience in editing and proofreading corporate publications.

•A vibrant, high performing, friendly team environment
•The opportunity to make your mark
•Bayside SE suburbs location
•Excellent work life balance and flexibility
•Generous salary packaging

You will have:
•Creative flair, a passion for storytelling, and an eye for innovative design
•Experience as a writer with the ability to produce outstanding content for different channels and audiences
•Exceptional project management skills, and ability to juggle competing deadlines
•Excellent interpersonal skills, a ‘can-do’ attitude and the ability to interact with people from all walks of life

How to apply
To apply, please click on the APPLY NOW button to forward you current CV and covering letter for consideration

Other Information
•Ensuring the health and safety of our patients, visitors and staff is at the heart of everything we do. As part of this commitment, all new members of our team must meet the immunisation requirements of their role prior to commencement.
•Peninsula Health is committed to providing positive employment opportunities and outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and welcome employment applications from candidates of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander background.
•Peninsula Health believes in the strength of a diverse and inclusive workforce where each person’s uniqueness is valued. Peninsula Health believes that by embracing the diverse life experiences and perspectives of our people, we will provide high-quality health care to all members of our community – regardless of gender, age, ethnicity, cultural background, disability, religion or sexual orientation.

Selection Criteria
Contact Person Stephen Pearce
Contact Number 97881503
Alternate Contact PersonCorporate and Community Relations
Alternate Contact Number97881501
Closing Date 30/10/2017
Position Description Internal Communications Specialist PD 20 Sept 17.d.docx