Internal Communications Officer 

Organisation: Eden Scott

Salary: £30,000-£33,000

Location: Hybrid, Edinburgh

Eden Scott is delighted to be working with The National Trust for Scotland, the largest member organisation in Scotland.

They are seeking an Internal Communications Officer to support the Internal Communications Manager on a contract 6 months fixed term, full time.

This role is responsible for planning, developing and delivering engaging content for their staff and volunteers across a range of internal channels, supporting their shared communications vision.

The Trust is committed to open and effective internal communication. Everyone has a part to play in achieving their internal communications vision, helping ensure colleagues voices are heard and where easy access to information which empowers people in their roles.

This role backfills an internal secondment.

Key responsibilities:

Assist the Head of Communications and Internal Communications Manager in delivering high-quality communications materials with a focus on content creation and the day-to-day administration of communication channels.
Lead on the production of their online internal magazine, as well as overseeing channels, including all-staff and all-volunteer emails, Line Manager Team Brief, the Intranet homepage and ‘Trust Talk’ online events, ensuring content alignment with organisational strategies.
Liaise with stakeholders across the Trust to ensure that internal communications are planned and shared internally as required, especially the People Team on issues concerning people policy, equality diversity and inclusion, wellbeing, volunteering and workforce engagement.
Contribute to overall effectiveness of internal communication by managing the timing and sequencing of messages through Trust-wide channels, promoting best-practice internal communication and using the Trust-wide internal communications plan.
Deliver materials and content with consistent and engaging visual style and tone of voice across all communications channels, in line with Trust brand guidelines.
Proactively measure and report on the impact of communications, ensuring that employee and volunteer voice forms part of planned communications.

This role requires a creative individual who has :

Experience planning and delivering internal communication
Proven verbal and written communications skills
Competence in using Office 365 applications, including SharePoint
Experience in using both digital-based and print channels
Experience in using content management systems
Experience of working in a customer facing, service environment
Good team work skills
A proactive approach to problem-solving
An ability to handle and present sensitive information and to maintain confidentiality where required
Demonstrably high-levels of interpersonal skills and confidence in dealing with a wide range of stakeholders

The salary for this position is £30,000-£33,000 pa depending on experience, with generous benefits on offer.

Working Pattern: hybrid.

If you think this opportunity is a fit for you, please apply today.

Application Deadline: Wednesday 24/01/2024