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Job Summary

To communicate the work of the organisation to various audiences, including the media, our members and the general public, with a view to raising the profile of our campaigns and increasing our membership.

Main responsibilities-PR Job Description

PR Job Description

Principal Responsibilities

 

1. Managing communications including:

- developing a Branch communications strategy, including targets for outcomes,

 

- providing communications advice and support to staff

- introducing evaluation systems to monitor and improve the impact of our communications.

 

2. Managing media relations, including:

- liaising with the media - producing press releases, responding to enquiries and building up long-term relationships

- representing the Organisation to the public via radio/tv and press

- briefing the Board and other spokes people as required

 

- supporting and publicising campaigns.

 

3. Managing website, including:

- writing copy, editing and keeping website up to date

- increasing traffic to website, including promotion in all communications

- monitoring impact eg reviewing website analytics.

 

4. Managing the e-newsletter/s including:

- reviewing the format and scope of the monthly  Briefing to maximise its impact

- writing copy, editing and producing Campaign Briefing

- producing and circulating a new monthly article for village newsletters

- increasing circulation of e-newsletter/s.

 

5. Managing magazine, the bulletin, including:

- reviewing the format and scope of the magazine to maximise its effectiveness

- writing copy, editing and producing the bulletin

- liaising with contributors and photographers

- managing the print process

- building up photo library.

 

6. Producing publicity materials such as:

- recruitment posters

- exhibition stands and displays

- merchandise for sale at events eg notelets

 

7. Developing the Branch’s social media presence, including:

- setting up and running a Twitter feed

- establishing a Facebook page