The Senior Communications Manager contributes to the development, and manages the implementation of, the communications strategy for Arts/Education & Society in EU Region, providing expert consultation and project support to regional and country teams on all aspects of communication. You will lead on devising and delivering communication plans working closely with country marketing teams to enable the Arts/Education & Society regional and country teams to achieve their volume, income and impact targets.

Details

Location Flexible Location across Europe
Duration Indefinite
Closing date Lunedì 04 febbraio 2019

Role overview

The role holder will report to Regional Head of Marketing Arts / Education & Society.

Role Specific Knowledge and Experience

  • Significant experience in managing communications within a large and complex organisation or agency 
  • Demonstrable experience in providing expert advice and guidance on internal and external communications 
  • Demonstrable experience in managing and mitigating internal and external communications risks and issues 
  • Proven record of editorial experience (i.e. proofreading, translation, knowledge of different content types, etc.) 
  • Demonstrable creative approach to developing, implementing and evaluating communication activities 
  • Substantial practical experience of using social media to extend reach of an organisation including through campaigns

 

How to apply

If you are interested to this job position, you can find useful information/documents here.

Closing date: UK time: 23:59, 4th February 2019

Interviews: w/c 11th and 18th February 2019

The role is open applicants who have the right to live and work in Europe. Visa sponsorship is not available. Local contract conditions will apply and the position is not globally mobile

The British Council is committed to a policy of equal opportunity. British Council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all of its partners to share this commitment. In line with the British Council’s Child Protection policy, any appointment is contingent on thorough checks. In the UK, and in other countries where appropriate systems exist, these include criminal records checks.