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Internal Communications Officer

£ 38,000 - £ 38,000 per a:1:{s:8:"en_title";s:6:"annual";}

Job Description

Company And Role Overview –

Our client is thrilled to invite a passionate Communications Officer to join their dynamic team! This is an exciting opportunity to play a key role in driving the internal communications strategy, ensuring that staff across all locations—including remote workers—stay connected and aligned with the company’s mission and values. You will be the heartbeat of communication within the organisation, fostering a vibrant and cohesive work environment. Your efforts will build a strong sense of community, ensuring that every message inspires and engages the team.

Main Responsibilities –

  • Formulating an Internal Communications Plan: Designing and implementing a communication plan that aligns with the organisation's mission and values, promoting staff engagement and ensuring coherent messaging
  • Coordinating Internal Events: Planning and executing internal events, such as staff meetings and workshops, to boost employee engagement and foster team cohesion
  • Maintaining Messaging Consistency: Scheduling and approving regular communications to ensure that all employees receive clear and consistent messages
  • Managing Communication Projects: Taking the lead on various internal communications projects, from initiation through to completion
  • Providing Training and Support: Offering guidance and training to staff on effective communication tools, especially new software and technologies, to enhance overall communication proficiency within the organisation

Requirements –

  • Bachelor's degree or equivalent
  • Minimum two years experience in an Internal Communications
  • Proficiency in using technology to enhance and streamline communication efforts and expand their reach
  • Collaborative and proactive attitude
  • CIPR or equivalent (Desirable)
  • Experience working in a not for profit organisation (desirable)
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    • Assist managers in preparing job descriptions and person specifications informed by team analysis for recruitment purposes, including advertising vacancies and monitoring interest on LinkedIn, websites, and job boards, making suggestions for remedial action when necessary.
    • Respond to all potential candidate enquiries, support with shortlisting and schedule interviews and tests.
    • Take part in interview panels when required and arrange candidate feedback upon request.
    • Undertake reference and document checks and prepare employment contracts, based on existing templates.
    • Prepare induction packs (regularly review and update information packs on a regular basis) in collaboration with Heads of Department and arrange departmental/organisational inductions.
    • Participate in international HR onboarding activities.
    Performance Management:
    • Ensure all staff receive regular reviews during their probationary period, and annual feedback documentation is completed and filed.
    • Prepare reports on performance for the Country Manager to review.
    Learning and Development:
    • Research and identify external training partners and book training courses and assist and coordinate internal training opportunities.
    • Create a centralized hub for all training measurement reporting and recording.
    • Monitor, track, and collect all documentation related to internal or external training that occurs, ensuring employee sign off.
    Employee Relations:
    • Support the HR Manager in the preparation of payroll for each month, including starters/leavers, contract variations, sick pay, maternity pay etc.
    • Undertake administration relating to the workplace pension scheme, cycle to work, eyecare vouchers, flu jab, and season ticket loans.
    • Administer requests for flexible working, maternity/paternity/adoption leave, time off for dependents, etc.
    • Assist managers with employee relations issues such as absence management, grievance, disciplinary, and dismissal, in accordance with company policy and employment legislation.
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    • Prepare HR correspondence, such as changes to Terms and Conditions of employment, end of probation, termination, etc.
    • Collect and report upon data relating to a number of topics, such as recruitment, diversity, staff absence, and turnover.
    • Administer the exit process for leavers, including exit interviews and return of company property.
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    • Ensure all assigned onboarding and offboarding tasks within the HR system are up to date and prepare folders with HR Correspondence templates.
    • Meet with HR Manager for the purpose of regular supervision and appraisal.


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    • Proven experience of HR Generalist roles
    • Good communication, listening and interpersonal skills, with the ability to write and communicate to applicants, supporters, stakeholders and colleagues at all levels (both written and verbal, in a friendly and professional manner).
    • Excellent administration and organisational skills.
    • Good IT skills including an understanding of Microsoft Office suite of programmes. such as Word, Excel, Outlook etc.
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    Company and role overview

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    Main responsibilities

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    • Ensure team’s compliance with current policies, process, guidance, and service standards that govern the work of the team.
    • Ensure the early identification of solutions to obstacles, raising these with your Operational Manager when necessary.
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    • Recruit new employees and provide effective induction programmes, ensuring that performance is effectively managed and recorded during their probation period.
    • Be knowledgeable of developments of policies, guidance, and processes, regarding fitness.
    • Work as part of the team, supporting and assisting colleagues, peers, and your managers to achieve team priorities, objectives, targets, and goals.
    • Review and respond to challenges, queries and/or complaints about the decisions made and service provided by your team
    • Support and deputise for the Operations Manager in the delivery of their work, when requested or required.
    • Comply with the information security requirements for information accessed or processed in carrying out the duties of the role, ensuring they are in line with the companies’ policies.



    • Educated to degree level or relevant knowledge and experience
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    • Experience of working within, and applying, a framework of legislation and defined policies and guidance.
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    (Maternity Cover)


    Main responsibilities

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    • Working with clinicians, patients, and carers to improve these services
    • Provide administrative support to the project and analyse data
    • Organise data collection and will arrange and attend meetings and face-to-face and/or virtual visits to mental health services
    • Writing reports



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    • Excellent verbal and written skills