PUBLIC SECTOR: Slough council hunts to fill top PR role

Slough Borough Council is looking to bring in a new head of communications to fill the revamped role after the departure of Arthur Allen earlier this year. The post will report to corporate and democratic services head Ian Bell and will slot in above the existing three-strong press office, currently headed by Tracie Cook. The role has been upgraded to take responsibility for corporate communications across the council’s departments. In addition to improving the council’s communication with the community, the new head’s brief will also be to raise the area’s profile as a potential destination for new businesses.

Slough Borough Council is looking to bring in a new head of

communications to fill the revamped role after the departure of Arthur

Allen earlier this year. The post will report to corporate and

democratic services head Ian Bell and will slot in above the existing

three-strong press office, currently headed by Tracie Cook. The role has

been upgraded to take responsibility for corporate communications across

the council’s departments. In addition to improving the council’s

communication with the community, the new head’s brief will also be to

raise the area’s profile as a potential destination for new businesses.



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