PRESS & PUBLIC AFFAIRS OFFICER | Energy

CF0447 | c£30,500 pro rata
This year long contract (with potential to extend) kicks off asap and is looking for an absolute star performer to join this energy company as the Press and Public Affairs Officer. You would preferably have a background in energy, regulated industries or members’ organisations and be looking to make this role your own with your positive attitude and enthusiastic approach. You will be well rewarded including a generous holiday allowance, work in their central London offices and be part of a skilled and supportive team.
The Role:
• Developing & executing press & public affairs campaign projects and supporting the delivery of communications strategy
• Contributing to proactive and reactive press office function
• Producing content including media (on and off line), factsheets, marketing collateral, infographics etc
• Event management including identifying opportunities, attendance, producing supportive content, briefings for external stakeholders, speech writing
• Working closely with external stakeholders
• Internal communication – producing content including newsletters, coordination of meetings/briefings etc
• Working closely with the Policy and European Affairs Officer, intelligence gathering, monitoring and producing regular updates for members
Skills:
• Background in pr and communications and public affairs / policy
• Experience in the energy sector would be useful or regulated industries or membership organisations
• Event management experience
• Strong writing skills and ability to produce content across all channels as well as for marketing collateral
• Media savvy and politically astute with an interest in current affairs and energy matters
• B2b and b2c stakeholder engagement experience
• Some internal communications experience would be useful
• Available to start within the next few weeks
• Positive, can do attitude
• Able to work autonomously while also enjoying being part of a team
To apply for this role send your cv to anne@carterferris.co.uk quoting CF0447


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