Senior Internal Communications Business Partner
Our vision is to make London the safest global city. With nearly 9 million people to protect from ever-changing forms of crime, it’s a complex, ongoing challenge. That’s why we’ve embarked on a large-scale transformation. The One Met Model 2020 is set to improve the way we tackle crime and connect with London’s diverse communities. Affecting all 44,000 staff, it’s an enormous undertaking. As Senior Internal Communications Business Partner, it’s your job to explain it clearly.
We want you to lead communications about the One Met Model 2020 to our extensive workforce. It means working with the Management Board and senior programme leads to develop content which tells the story of why and how the Met is changing. With the support of colleagues in the Directorate of Media & Communications, you’ll create a compelling programme and narrative that delivers the right messaging. It’s a chance to devise a communications strategy, advise on best practice and write engaging content for print, digital and face-to-face channels. It’s also an opportunity to help make our transformation a success.
A communications professional working in PR, Marketing or Internal Comms, you’ll be used to working in or for a large organisation. Your experience comes with a track record of campaign development, as well as a degree or a professional communications qualification (such as CIPR, CIM or Melcrum Black Belt). On top of this, you’re a strong writer who can translate complex information into clear copy. You know how to influence and use research and evaluation techniques. Ideally, you’ve built up good account management or business partnering skills. You’ll certainly be adept at coaching others to perform.
To find out more about this exciting role, please visit our website to download the role specific information pack. Applications will be via a detailed CV, a cover letter and application form to: email@example.com
Completed applications must be returned by 14 March 2017
Please note we are only able to review the first 50 applications received. Failure to send your CV, supporting statement and additional application form will result in your application being terminated.
We view diversity as fundamental to our success. To tackle today’s complex policing challenges, we need a workforce made up from all of London’s communities. Applications from across the community are therefore essential.