Would it inspire you to see the tangible impact of your work on the world? To work for a company that is committed to making a positive difference for people everywhere? If so, we could be the organisation for you. We are the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB), a global professional membership organisation. We are at the heart of a management career in construction.
We are the world's largest and most influential professional body for construction management and leadership. Our members work worldwide in the development, conservation and improvement of the built environment. We are tasked with promoting good practice within our industry to improve the quality of life for everyone.
About the Role
We are looking to appoint a Communications Officer to join our Communications team based at our head office in Bracknell. This role will report to the Head of Communications.
The Communications Officer is responsible for telling the CIOB story by promoting our services and products engaging both external and internal audiences, including liaising with suppliers. Implementing and developing communication strategies and plans, ensuring what we say is consistent across multiple channels by writing, editing, and publishing CIOB messaging in print and digital media channels.
As part of this you will be responsible for the main CIOB social media channels including creating a programme of social media postings and blogs that aligns with external relations activity, generating growth in followers, writing content for CIOB online and publishing it.
What we’re looking for…
To be successful in this role, you will need a passion for Communications in general and the written word specifically. You will also be experienced in developing and implementing communications strategies and campaigns/projects. No day will be the same and as a skilled copy-writer, your creativity, attention to detail and adaptability will enable you to demonstrate your skills across a range of different channels to different audiences, ranging from new items, blogging, tweets, and other areas of social media. As part of this, decent analytical skills will be required to ensure you know how to measure, evaluate and report on communications objectives.
You will also be involved in refining and developing existing content so that it is engaging, accessible and has high visibility in search engines. You will also manage the production of multimedia content and other ways of promoting CIOB activity, including producing video briefs and capturing video and photographic content on our own equipment.
You will be able to work both independently and as part of a team. Your ability to manage multiple tasks and balance the demands of differing stakeholders to deadlines and budget will be essential.
You ideally will have a working knowledge of content management systems (e.g. WordPress and Drupal), that are necessary to deliver the communications to a professional standard together with an excellent understanding of web based technologies, as well as a high level of proficiency with all MS Office products.
What you might be asking is – why work for us?
In a nutshell, because we can offer you a really friendly, flexible and welcoming working environment, and we’ll show you that we’re committed to your personal wellbeing and to your development within your role. We’ll offer you a fantastic range of benefits – from access to a great pension scheme through to a variety of health and wellbeing schemes; and we’ll make sure that you’re constantly learning throughout your time with us. We even hold a Silver Investors in People Award – which we really hope will show you our commitment to this.
No two days will be the same in this exciting position, so if you thrive in an ever changing environment and love to get your teeth into a real challenge then this could be the role for you!
To apply please submit a CV and covering letter in support of your application to firstname.lastname@example.org, quoting the job title in the subject line.