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Senior Communications Officer

Posted on: Thursday 6 June 2024 | Norwich Diocesan Board of Finance

Easton, West Norwich

We are looking for an experienced Communications Officer to support our team

28 hrs per week

£28,606 (pro rata of £35,757) pa

Are you a natural communicator and people person with a passion for storytelling?

Do you have strong editorial and multi-media skills with an excitement for creating engaging and creative content which can help to connect people across a wide area?

We’re looking for someone to help us support and celebrate the work taking place in the Church of England across Norfolk and Waveney.

As Senior Communications Officer, you will play an integral part in delivering our key Communications objective; to communicate the mission, ministry and values of the Diocese of Norwich. 

Reporting to the Communications Manager, you will help to develop and deliver an internal communications strategy with the aim of connecting, equipping and celebrating the people who work and volunteer across the whole of the Diocese.

Our new communications strategy has three main aims:

  1. We want to equip people to do their job well in their local parish context.
  2. We want to celebrate people through creative storytelling and personal voices.
  3. We want to connect people to feel part of the wider mission and ministry here.

We can offer…

  • Pro rata of 25 days annual leave, plus Bank Holidays and 3 days of fixed annual leave at Christmas
  • Healthcare Cash Plan (after six months)
  • Contributory pension scheme
  • The office base at Easton is in an attractive location benefitting from free parking with easy access to the A47, just 5 minutes’ drive from the Longwater retail park.

So, if you have excellent communications skills and experience and want to be part of a great team then maybe this position is for you.

Closing date: 7:00 pm Wednesday 19 June 2024

Interviews: Monday 1 July 2024

How to apply

To apply you need to complete the application form and send to hr@dioceseofnorwich.

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