Under the Executive leadership of the Chief People Officer, the Deputy Director of Communications will contribute to organisational decision-making and the strategic development of the trust. At the heart of this role is developing a fully integrated, innovative and creative communications and engagement strategy. The successful candidate will drive the development of a single narrative around the potential of the trust to transform the way musculoskeletal health is delivered both in North Central London and nationally.
The candidate will have a creative flare and be able to adapt impactful messages to a variety of stakeholders. They will be a passionate networker with the ability to influence and inspire change. As well as spearheading the Trust’s communication strategy, the successful candidate will lead a small team overseeing internal and external comms. They will also oversee all aspects of stakeholder engagement, maximising opportunities to promote the trust’s work to key audiences. NHS experience is not required for this role.
RNOH is an equal opportunities employer. We are committed to our approach to equality, diversity and inclusion and improving the working lives of our staff. We will consider applications to work flexibly, part-time or job share, please talk to us at interview about the flexibility you may need. We encourage applications from all regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex, or sexual orientation.
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