Communications Officer

Communications Officer

Thursday, 22 April 2021, 9.00am

The Royal College of Music (RCM) is hiring a Communications Officer.

The post is diverse and challenging, requiring expertise across the communications portfolio. The post holder will have a key role in producing internal communications for staff and students, presenting complex information in a clear way, whether through an email, a newsletter or a video.

Reporting to the Director of Communications the role will support the management of the RCM’s public relations activities and the production of communications related media and be expected to explore new ways of promoting our world-leading conservatoire. The successful candidate will contribute to the RCM’s social media channels and write news stories for the RCM’s website.

You will build strong working relationships with internal and external stakeholders at all levels, be able to plan a strong communications calendar of activities and have experience of crisis communications. The successful candidate will need to be proactive, organised and used to managing a busy workload, working on several different campaigns simultaneously. You will possess impeccable writing and editorial skills, with the ability to take complex information and summarise it for a range of different audiences. You will have contacts amongst arts media and a good awareness of the Higher Education landscape. High-level IT/digital media skills, including use and development of audio-visual equipment and software; social media platforms; and desktop publishing packages is also welcome.

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