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|Service Area||City Manager’s/Communications|
|Posting Closed Date||1/17/2019|
|Position Title||Communications Specialist|
|Position Type||Permanent – Full Time|
|Employee Group||CUPE Local 101|
|Summary of Duties||Under the direction of the Director of Corporate Communications, assists with corporate communications initiatives for the City of London. Develops, implements and evaluates communication plans and strategies for Civic Service Areas who do not have specific communication/marketing/public relations positions. Meets with the Corporate Communications Committee to develop and implement corporate communications initiatives by ensuring a cross-fertilization of ideas and resources.|
|Qualifications||Two year community college Public Relations, Journalism or Corporate Communications Diploma.|
|Experience||Three to four years’ related experience.|
|Specialized Training and Licenses||Skills and abilities in the following areas are necessary:
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
IABC or APR accreditation preferable.
|Compensation Range||$48,422 – $69,541 (Level 12)|
|Other Information||Hours of Work: Monday – Friday from 8:30am – 4:30pm.
These hours of work are subject to change in accordance with the Collective Agreement and may include evening hours and Saturdays.
|Important Instructions||NOTE: Applicants may be required to complete a job related test.
PLEASE UPLOAD YOUR TRANSCRIPTS WITH YOUR APPLICATION (Under the Documents Section).
Please note successful candidates will be asked to provide a Police Information Check (PIC), dated within the last six months. This documentation would not be required until further in the recruitment process (following the interview stage if selected).