*CLOSED* Royal Coll Ophthalmologists, Communications Mgr, £31.4k, closed 10 June 2013

CLOSED
Royal College of Ophthalmologists
Communications Manager
http://www.rcophth.ac.uk/page.asp?section=654&sectionTitle=College+Vacancies

Job description: Communications_Manager_FINAL

Full time, permanent position
Salary:  £31,835 including London weighting per annum

The Royal College of Ophthalmologists champions excellence in the practice of ophthalmology for the benefit of patients and the public.

The College is currently going through an exciting phase of its development, moving to newly refurbished premises in the Spring of 2014, where it will provide training and other services from modern, state of the art facilities.  As part of this phase, the College is recruiting a Communications Manager who will play a critical role in setting the strategic direction for communications, building the College brand and developing membership engagement.

The successful candidate will have an excellent all round understanding of communications gained in a similar role.  He or she will be self-motivated and a creative thinker who will relish the opportunity to build a strong communications provision in the College whilst working with existing channels and publications, e.g. the website and newsletter.

The post holder will work well as part of a team, have excellent all round communication, interpersonal and IT skills, and be able to work on their own initiative.

To apply, please download the application pack from www.rcophth.ac.uk/vacancies

Applications should be sent by email to staff.vacancies@rcophth.ac.uk

For an informal discussion about this role, please call Aziz Rajab-Ali on 020 7935 0702.

Closing date:     0900, Monday, 10th June.

Interviews:       Week commencing Monday, 24th June.

No CVs, no agencies.

Applicants must already be eligible to work in the UK without restriction.  Work permits will not be sought for this post.

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