|Salary||£110 - £130 per day||Sector||Miscellaneous|
Our client is currently seeking an individual to run with our internal communications, to work for the UK's largest water and Wastewater Company on a contract basis until end of March 2018.
Forming part of the Strategy & Regulations team, you will be involved in the PR19 (price review 2019) project; playing a pivotal part in developing, delivering and co-ordinating communications that inform and engage - helping people understand PR19, the stages of it and the role they have to play.
This is an ideal opportunity to join the largest water utility company in the UK and help shape its' priorities for the future. The price review is a process which takes place every five years and now is the critical time in which we come to the final stage of engagement with our customers, stakeholders and employees - ensuring they all have the opportunity to provide their views.
This contract role (until March 2018) is based in Reading head office with a flexible daily rate of approximately £130 per day.
What will this role involve?
Input to the overall development of the PR19 External and Internal Communications campaigns.
Develop and deliver creative communications which inform and engage our audiences.
Write and produce materials which are straight-forward, engaging and on brand for a variety of channels i.e.: internal magazine, brochures, weekly E-Brief email etc.
Work with internal teams and external agencies to co-ordinate a variety of communications activities.
Proof-reading complex copy and helping translate it into copy that is easy to read and understand for the end user.
Co-ordinate meetings and presentation materials.
What skills are needed?
Do you have similar experience working in communications? Are you flexible and project focused? If the answers are yes, look no further!
We are seeking an individual who is willing to get stuck in, in whatever shape or form the business requires. You will have an understanding of communications and its capacity to drive customer & employee engagement, and have the ability to put this understanding into practice.
Working in a utilities or regulatory background would be advantageous but not essential.