PUBLIC SECTOR: Roe takes Hackney community trust post

Eastbourne Hospital is losing its press and PR manager, Kate Roe, to the City and Hackney Community Trust. She takes up the new position of director of communications next February, reporting to chief executive Averil Dongworth. The trust’s human resources and communications adviser, Sharon Molineaux, said: ’We decided we needed someone to co-ordinate our communications strategy, which had been done on an ad hoc basis by each department.’

Eastbourne Hospital is losing its press and PR manager, Kate Roe,

to the City and Hackney Community Trust. She takes up the new position

of director of communications next February, reporting to chief

executive Averil Dongworth. The trust’s human resources and

communications adviser, Sharon Molineaux, said: ’We decided we needed

someone to co-ordinate our communications strategy, which had been done

on an ad hoc basis by each department.’



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