Stakeholder Engagement

Ref No. BHN519114
Salary £28 - £31/annum
Location Cardiff, Wales
Job type Permanent
Job Status Open
IR35 Status Outside

Introduction

The Stakeholder Engagement will co-ordinate stakeholder engagement across the organisation, leading on the maintenance of the Stakeholder Ownership System

Important

Stakeholder Engagement

The Job

Stakeholder Engagement

Duration to end March 2022 / Good benefits offered / Remote working / with 1 day office

They will provide support for stakeholder engagement by championing best practice and supporting colleagues in developing their own engagement strategies, support stakeholder activity within integrated comms campaigns, organise launches and events, and identify relevant stakeholders and engagement opportunities to build and maintain stakeholder relationships. They will produce briefings, speeches and communications materials for key audiences to promote better understanding of key issues and priorities, and they will gather intelligence and analyse the effectiveness of external engagement to help inform current and future engagement strategies.

Knowledge and Skills:

Excellent writing, copy editing and proof reading ability

Excellent project management skills and the ability to juggle multiple projects at the same time

Strong interpersonal and team skills

Good attention to detail

Understanding of national and local political structures.

Experience:

Experience of engaging with stakeholders at a range of different levels

Experience of planning and delivering engagement strategies

Experience of producing a range of communications materials for stakeholder audiences

Experience of working with internal stakeholders, including senior colleagues

Experience of coordinating events

Experience of managing stakeholder contact lists

(Desirable) Experience of using Stakeholder Relationship Management systems/Customer Relationship Management systems/ or Stakeholder Engagement Database systems.

Richard Cavey
manages this role


 

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