Communications Officer Media Campaigns Jobs Vacancy at London Ambulance Service Nhs Trust London
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Communications Officer Media Campaigns Jobs Vacancy at London Ambulance Service Nhs Trust London Jobs Details:
COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER – MEDIA AND CAMPAIGNS, Waterloo, Band 6, £26,565 - £35,577, plus 20 per cent high cost area supplement and on-call payment
London Ambulance Service is facing one of its most challenging years ever – responding to a series of major incidents while focusing on recruiting more frontline staff and facing increasing demand.
From providing communications support at the scene of a major incident, to running high profile campaigns, promoting the clinical excellence of ambulance crews, and supporting the operational needs of the organisation, this is a varied role.
Every 999 call is a potential news story and you will liaise with local, regional and national media on a daily basis. This could involve giving details of the treatment provided to patients after a road traffic collision, explaining the pressures of alcohol-related calls, or providing public reassurance during a terrorist attack or major incident.
You will have a strong track record of engaging with key audiences on social media, and will take responsibility for creating and sharing high quality content on a range of digital channels every day.
You will support and lead on high profile public campaigns that make a real difference to people’s lives, such as recruiting more frontline crews, getting more defibrillators on London’s streets, or training the public in basic life support skills.
At least three years’ PR or journalism experience is essential. The successful candidate will be a team player who is well-organised, has excellent interpersonal skills, a sound understanding of the needs of the media and a high level of personal motivation.