General Medical Council, Media Relations Officer
We’ve got a great story to tell. Our work impacts on the quality of healthcare in the UK and millions of people’s lives. This is a very exciting time for the General Medical Council. And this is a great opportunity to act as our voice and tell our story.
The GMC helps to protect patients and improve medical education and practice in the UK by setting standards for students and doctors. We support them in achieving those standards, and take action when they are not met.
We’re looking for a talented communications professional to join our media relations team in the heart of Manchester.
We’ve a responsibility to help improve health education and practice in the UK, at a time when doctors and the health service are under more pressure than ever. You’ll use your experience of communications, public relations and dealing with the press to tell our story.
This challenging role will involve seeking out and communicating newsworthy stories to promote our unique work and the big difference we make. Working with a variety of national and trade media on high-profile issues, you’ll raise our profile, improve engagement and manage and enhance our reputation.
Proactive, tenacious and an outstanding communicator, you must be a natural storyteller who can write quickly, clearly and concisely. An influential personality who is always cool under pressure, you should also be able to make the most of social media opportunities in a fast-paced environment.
A great organisation to work for, we can offer you good opportunities to develop your skills and career and such benefits as:
- A good pension (15% employer contribution)
- 25 days’ holiday a year (option to buy & sell)
- Health screens
- Private medical insurance
- Interest free ticket loans
- Exclusive discounts
- Employee assistance programme
- Childcare vouchers
- Cycle to work scheme
- The option to work from home.
A registered charity, we value diversity and inclusion because our differences make us stronger. So, our processes are fair, objective, transparent and free from discrimination.
If you’re innovative, self-motivated and looking for a role where your expertise will to help to shine a light on our work and improve patient care, please click 'Apply' now.
Monday 24 September 2018 at midnight. Late applications will not be accepted.
1st stage interviews and assessments: Monday 8 October and Tuesday 9 October 2018.