Head of Communications and External Affairs

Head of Communications and External Affairs

Monday, 15 May 2023, 12.00pm

Liverpool Philharmonic is currently recruiting for the position of Head of Communications and External Affairs within its Audiences and Development department.

As the Head of Communications and External Affairs, your primary responsibility will be to develop and implement the communications strategy for Liverpool Philharmonic. This encompasses all areas of the organisation, both locally and internationally. You will identify and capitalise on key opportunities that align with our strategic plan, working closely with internal and external stakeholders.

In this position, you will also play a crucial role in establishing key relationships with national government bodies, local councils, and partner organisations on behalf of Liverpool Philharmonic.

Collaborating with the Audience and Development team, you will lead media campaigns to promote Liverpool Philharmonic’s events, aiming to attract new audiences and support commercial sales targets. As a member of the Leadership Team, you will work closely with other internal departments such as Marketing, Learning, and Development, as well as engage with Liverpool Philharmonic’s Executive Team, musicians, and visiting artists.

The ideal candidate for this role will have a minimum of four years’ experience in a communications role, preferably within a cultural organisation or agency. You should have a proven track record of implementing creative, successful, and high-profile media campaigns. A strong understanding of social media and its role in the media and blogging landscape is essential. Additionally, you should have experience in effectively working with a diverse range of internal and external stakeholders.

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