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Police communications vacancies are posted on this page.

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Current vacancies

19 July 2024

Communications Strategy Manager - Police Scotland

Location: Glasgow

Salary: £58,517

Contract type: Permanent

Closing date: 9 August 2024

The Communications Strategy Manager at Police Scotland has responsibility for the development of communications strategies, policies, ways of working and business excellence, to protect and enhance the reputation of Police Scotland. They will develop and implement a professional, engaging strategy and operating framework for Corporate Communications, using insight, evaluation and best practice data from a variety of sources. This role will implement Police Scotland’s social media and channel strategy, manage the scope and direction of marketing campaigns and manage the relationship with external agencies. In addition they will manage the continuous improvement of the Corporate Communications service to further enable the development of a professional and trusted service across Police Scotland.

Communications Officer - West Yorkshire Police

Location: Wakefield

Salary: £36,996 - £39,036

Contract type: Permanent

Closing date: 28 July 2024

Are you a skilled and experienced communicator capable of using a wide range of internal and external channels to communicate and engage on behalf of West Yorkshire Police? We have an exciting opportunity to join our Corporate Communications team as a Communications Officer. Working as part of the country’s fourth biggest police force, no two days are the same. You’ll cover the full spectrum of Corporate Communications including content creation, internal communications, media relations and social media. You will need to be as confident in dealing with the media as you are communicating directly with local people, as we strive to support operational policing and improve trust and confidence with West Yorkshire’s communities.

For more information, please contact Michelle.Flint@westyorkshire.police.uk 

Assistant Director of Communications - National Lead Force - City of London Police

Location: London

Salary: £57,000 + £6,710 London weighting

Contract type: Fixed term

Closing date: 19 July 2024

An opportunity has arisen to join the Corporate Communications Department and take a senior role on leading and coordinating fraud and economic crime communications. You will lead a team, including a Media and Engagement Manager and a small press office, working closely with senior fraud and economic crime leaders and alongside colleagues delivering communications for Local Policing, Specialist Operations and Corporate Services. This is a fantastic time to join the force as we build our communications to target fraud and economic crime, which includes the launch of a new service to replace Action Fraud.

Head of Corporate Communications - Greater Manchester Police

Location: Manchester

Salary: £85,908

Contract type: Permanent

Closing date: 21 July 2024

Reporting to the Director of Media, Engagement and Corporate Affairs, the Head of Corporate Communications will provide leadership of the Corporate Communications and Engagement department in the UK’s second largest Police Force. Leading a team of dedicated communications specialists, whilst using your expertise in strategic corporate communications, you will plan, manage, deliver, evaluate and continually develop the Force's communication strategy including reactive and proactive media delivery through owned and non-owned channels. You will ensure high quality delivery, content and impact to support community relations and contribute to building and sustaining public confidence. You will be calm and confident in a crisis and you will use your skills as a professional communicator to ensure effective internal communications to inform, connect and empower our workforce and to influence positive change.

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