|Company||Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland|
|Location||18/20 Carysfort Avenue, Blackrock, Co Dublin (Blended working options available)|
|Apply by||4 July 2022|
|Position / Title||Communications Manager (Grade VII)|
|Reporting to||Head of Operations|
|Contract Type||Permanent (Full-Time) (Subject to successful completion of probationary period)|
|How To Apply||
by 12:00 noon (Irish Time), Monday, 04 July 2022
Communications and public affairs are critical areas for NMBI. The successful candidate will have the ability to focus on strategic communications and public affairs matters. They will work to enhance the reputation of the NMBI as a modern professional regulator, by capturing and communicating the mission and activities of NMBI in an accurate, timely and effective manner.
The Communications Manager will play a fundamental role in stakeholder engagement, corporate communications, media relations, public affairs and communications with registered nurses and midwives. Strong regulation requires the trust and confidence of its stakeholders.
There will also be a requirement to produce materials in a Plain English style, as well as fully embed and coordinate a strong customer service ethos across all of the organisation’s communications material and platforms.
The contract is a permanent (full-time) position, subject to successful completion of the probationary period.
Please see Information Booklet, available at https://www.nmbi.ie/What-We-Do/Job-Vacancies
A minimum of 5 years’ experience in a Professional Services /Corporate communications role with a proven track record of strategic employee communications campaign delivery.
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