The rapid changes in the media landscape have increased the demand for individuals with a much wider set of skills. We specialise in sourcing marketing and communications candidates for permanent and interim appointments in non-profit and public sector organisations. TPP combines recruitment expertise with in depth knowledge of the charity sector to provide recruitment services.
Responsibilities & Duties for Communications Roles
A Communication Officer's primary role is to maintain a solid reputation for a charity/organisation. Communication Officers are responsible for coordinating the promotion of various products and services offered by a charity and for promoting their image in the public eye.
Communications Manager jobs involve overseeing teams of communication officers while developing and delivering communications strategies.
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Skills Required for Communication Jobs
Communications Officer jobs are available for candidates with a high level of attention to detail and standard of literacy, as well as the ability to proof-read. A degree in marketing and communications is also desirable, alongside professional qualifications such as CIM.
Communications Managers should have experience of working in communications or marketing. Most communications manager jobs require good project management skills and exceptional copy writing skills. There are opportunities to progress into a more senior role within communications or marketing or managing a larger team within a larger organisation.
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