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Government Vacancy June 2023
Corporate Communications Officer
Ministry of Sport and Community Development
The Incumbent is required to contribute to the achievement of the Communications targets of the Ministry/Department and assist in monitoring their implementation. Duties include: coordinating media relations strategies, producing and disseminating materials for communicating information about the Ministry/Department and its services; coordinating the content of the intranet or external website and the production of quarterly newsletters; disseminating reports and publications; and maintains an updated database of contacts and an effective communication system within the Ministry/Department. Depending on work assignment, the Incumbent would be required to perform duties in one or more of the Communications functional areas.
Key and Critical ResponsibilitiesStrategy and Management
- Participates in the design, organisation and implementation of a creative and effective marketing/communications strategy including content management for the Ministry/Department’s website ensuring that it is adequately integrated into the Ministry/Department’s operations; participates in the design, organisation and implementation of a creative and effective marketing/communications strategy including content management for the Ministry/Department’s website ensuring that it is adequately integrated into the Ministry/Department’s operations;
- Participates in the preparation and execution of programmes geared towards educating and informing the public.
- Participates in the preparation and execution of programmes geared towards educating and informing the Public.
- Conducts research and utilizes other data in the analysis and evaluation of information for the preparation of policy documents, briefs, working papers and presentations.
- liaises with media services to monitor, print and electronic media to keep the Ministry/Department informed of developments within the communications environment.
- Prepares communications reports, Cabinet/Ministerial notes, and other documents.
Product and Events
- Develops and implements marketing, media placement and distribution strategies for the Ministry/Department; Performs day – to day management of the intranet site through the use of a content management system, including design, content and technical functions, to ensure that it is useful for staff and that the content is up to date, accurate and consistent with the brand identity guide
- Develops and implements marketing, media placement and distribution strategies for the Ministry/Department;
- Performs day – to day management of the intranet site through the use of a content management system, including design, content and technical functions, to ensure that it is useful for staff and that the content is up to date, accurate and consistent with the brand identity guide;
- Prepares, develops, writes and edits content for the intranet, staff newsletters, team briefings, notice boards and other internal communications channels, as well as, project briefs.
Media and Advertising
- Develops a media strategy for each announcement, launch or significant main event;
- Organises and manages press, radio and television interviews;
- Writes a variety of communications (e.g. press releases, personal interest stories, newsletters, etc.) for the purpose of keeping the media and public informed of the activities of the Ministry/Department;
- Monitors National, Regional and International news to identify evolving trends and opinions which may impact the work of the Ministry/Department.
- Performs protocol duties for the Ministry/Department in accordance with established standards to ensure appropriate etiquette is used in interactions with individuals such as dignitaries and officials.
- Responds to complaints and organisation issues from members of the public.
- Creates and updates a database/directory of stakeholder’s contact information, profiles and service.
- Knowledge of current theories and practices in communications research, planning and strategy and the role of mass media;
- Knowledge of media issues, social marketing, theory and practice, communication strategies and implementation and behavioural sciences;
- Knowledge of marketing, public relations, advertising, promotion and other communication methods;
- Knowledge of video production
Government Vacancy June 2023
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