Nottingham City ICP Marketing & Communications Manager

Nottingham City General Practice Alliance

The closing date is 02 May 2021

Job overview

Nottingham City Integrated Care Partnership is recruiting for a Marketing and Communications Manager to join their passionate team. The successful candidate will work alongside the Programme Director to provide comprehensive and high quality communications services to maximise our visibility raising awareness of the ICP and extend our reach to audiences across the city. The role requires an experienced marketing and communications professional to develop, implement and evaluate innovative projects and campaigns, write content tailored for a variety of internal and external audiences, and make the best use of traditional and new media. We are seeking a self-motivated and flexible individual with impeccable attention to detail who is able to work accurately and efficiently, using their own initiative to prioritise workload.

Main duties of the job

Ability to demonstrate an understanding and application of NCGPA and ICP values, vision, and behaviours.

Educated to degree level in marketing or communications, journalism, PR or equivalent, relevant knowledge and experience.

Strong experience in communications, public relations, journalism, or marketing

Experience of both internal and external communication, marketing methods and managing high profiles.

Preparing and implementing effective communications and marketing plans for a range of projects/campaigns; with tangible examples of successful delivery.

Experience of working cross -functionally, including complex collaborations with workforce and customers/patients during marketing planning, development and delivery.

The last 12 months have seen us working differently across all sectors. This role is no different. Flexible and remote working requests are welcomed and will be considered.

About us

The Nottingham City ICP brings together all partners who can influence health and wellbeing. That means being wider than a traditional health partnership and involving people working in housing, the voluntary sector, crime and safety and more. The ICP as a place is under pinned by eight PCNs across the city which represent neighbourhoods covering populations of between 30-65,000 citizens.

The post is a fixed term / secondment for 12 months. Subject to review depending on funding of the post.

If you work for an NHS organisation this post may be offered on a secondment basis. You will need to have gained your line managers approval for the secondment prior to going to interview.

An understanding of NHS, local government and the Long Term Plan would be advantageous.

Interviews to be held on 14 May 2021

For further details / informal visits contact: Rich Brady

rich.brady@nhs.net

Job description

Job responsibilities

The Nottingham City ICP and its constituent PCNs are at an exciting stage of their development. Having recently defined priorities and identified leads for each of its programmes there is a need for the ICP to increase its communications and marketing activity. In order to build the ICP as a movement across the city the post holder will support the Programme Director and leaders of the ICPs partner organisations to deliver professional innovative and creative content that will engage Nottingham citizens and the wider workforce of the ICP. The post holder will be responsible for leading the development and delivery of the ICPs communications, marketing and engagement strategy.

Person Specification

Knowledge & Skills

Essential

  • Excellent written communication skills with significant experience of drafting copy for a range of publications from corporate documents to public information leaflets, newsletters and websites. Including excellent proof reading and editing skills with the ability to deliver accurate copy to tight deadlines.
  • Experienced verbal and written communicator with excellent relationship building, interpersonal skills
  • Positive, can-do attitude, confident and able to deal with people of all levels
  • Strong understanding of the importance of brand-led, integrated communications
  • Excellent organisational skills with the ability to coordinate multiple projects,
  • identify priorities and deliver to deadline
  • Demonstrable enthusiasm to work in the community and to understand the importance of customer needs/customer experience
  • Excellent analytical skills to ensure the main issues are identified and appropriate actions taken to provide excellent communications advice and support around programmes of work and to help manage the reputation of organisations and leaders.
  • The ability to analyse complex facts and situations quickly, and develop a range of creative and appropriate options.

Desirable

  • Excellent communications and marketing skills with a strong customer focus
  • Professionalism and integrity with a strong quality ethos
  • Able to deal with matters of a highly complex, sensitive or confidential nature
  • The ability to analyse information in relation to media and social media coverage of health and social care activity and use this to inform decision making and planning
  • Evidence of a solid understanding, and practical application within a communications role, of the core requirements of legislation including: Libel law, Freedom of Information Act, Equality Act, Data Protection Act.

Values & Behaviours

Essential

  • Ability to demonstrate an understanding and application of NCGPA and ICP values, vision and behaviours,

Desirable

  • Understanding of the principles of partnership working through Integrated Care Partnerships

Experience

Essential

  • Strong experience in communications, public relations, journalism or marketing
  • Experience of both internal and external communication and marketing methods
  • Experience managing high profile events
  • Experience of preparing and implementing effective communications and marketing plans for a range of projects/campaigns; with tangible examples of successful delivery
  • Experience of on-line marketing management
  • Experience of working cross-functionally, including complex collaborations with workforce and customers/patients during marketing planning, development and delivery

Desirable

  • Experience of working with the media in a PR role
  • Experience in a healthcare/public service environment
  • Experience of using desktop publishing software such as InDesign and Photoshop
  • Experience of sourcing, contracting and managing external suppliers such as designers, printers
  • Experience of website development and maintenance

Qualifications

Essential

  • Educated to degree level in marketing or communications, journalism, PR or equivalent, relevant knowledge and experience

Desirable

  • Professional training in PR or Communications e.g. C.I.P.R or C.I.M

Disclosure and Barring Service Check

This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.

Employer details

Employer name

Nottingham City General Practice Alliance

Address

79A Upper Parliament Street

Nottingham

NG1 6LD


Employer's website

https://www.ncgpa.org.uk/

Date posted

29 March 2021

Pay scheme

Other

Salary

£31,365 a year

Contract

Fixed-Term

Duration

12 months

Working pattern

Full-time, Flexible working

Reference number

M0004-21-7579

Job locations

79A Upper Parliament Street

Nottingham

NG1 6LD


Supporting documents

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