- London, UK
- Job Terms:
- up to £60K pa pro-rata ( PAYE)
- Start date:
- August 2022
- Posted By:
- Dee Angelini
- 6 months
Do you have communications experience, and are you seeking a new remote-working six-month contract? Aquent is helping a leading hospitality company find a full-time Communications Manager, Nordics, Netherlands and South Africa, and the role comes with an hourly contract rate of up to £29.00. This contract requires candidates to be based in London, UK.
The Communications Manager will be a key member of a multi-skilled communications team, helping to coordinate a busy press office and support the company's goals through media relations.
In your first few weeks in this Communications Manager role, you can expect to:
Draft written materials - story pitches, press releases, messaging guidelines, Q&As, briefs, presentations, speeches etc
Prepare briefings for media interviews and public speaking engagements
Understand the media market and develop relationships with key reporters
Work closely and seamlessly with the European policy and communications teams.
The ideal candidate will an articulate and savvy communicator who can work under pressure within tight deadlines. You will need to possess the following skills:
University education, plus 8 or more years of experience in communications or a related field
Excellent writing and strong verbal communications and interpersonal skills
Ability to work collaboratively with multi-functional leads in a matrix organisation.
In return for your passion and expertise, you will receive an excellent contract rate of £25 to £29 per hour, and the chance to work with a collaborative and supportive team.
To apply for this remote/London-based Communications Manager contract, please contact Aquent today.
Aquent is dedicated to improving inclusivity & is proudly an equal opportunities employer. We encourage applications from under-represented groups & are committed to providing support to applicants with disabilities. We aim to provide reasonable accommodation for any part of the employment process, to those with a medical condition, disability or neurodivergence.