Communications & Marketing Officer
This key role in the Tees Valley Combined Authority is crucial in managing strong relationships with media and promoting the work of the Tees Valley Mayor and Combined Authority.
The Tees Valley Combined Authority is responsible for overseeing around £½ billion in investment funds, with more to come through new devolution deals.
The South Tees Development Corporation is the first Mayoral Development Corporation outside of London. It has been set up to promote the economic growth and commercial development of Tees Valley by converting assets in the South Tees area into opportunities for business investment and economic growth.
Straddling the boundaries of County Durham and North Yorkshire, the Tees Valley covers five local authorities – Darlington, Hartlepool, Middlesbrough, Stockton and Redcar & Cleveland – with a combined population of 660,000.
The role will assist the Communications & Marketing Manager to devise and deliver high quality communications and marketing activities and campaigns, including leading on projects, channel development and research.
The role will be cross-functional working closely with all departments of the South Tees Development Corporation, Tees Valley Combined Authority, Tees Valley Mayor and stakeholders to raise awareness of these organisations and promote the Tees Valley as a great place to live, work, visit and invest.
You will have experience in a similar role with political judgement and sensitivity, working on numerous projects simultaneously in a fast-paced environment with frequently changing priorities.
You will be used to targeting a wide variety of audiences and have the ability to devise and choose the right message and channel to reach the right people at the right time.
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For a further informal discussion, please contact Neal Smith, Head of Communications & Marketing or Craig Peacock, Communications & Marketing Manager on 01642 524400
Closing date for applications: 01/07/2018
Salary: Grade L £32,233 – £35,299