PR Week
June 24th 2018
PRWeek Public Sector Briefing

We’ve looked at Government departments and at local authorities in England and now we kick off this week’s bulletin with an exclusive piece of research to determine which local authorities in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland are best at using Twitter (PRWeek subscribers only).

And we can bring you news of a rare job move, as the comms chief at BEIS departs to take on a senior, cross-government policy role.

We have two new campaigns, one to boost the recruitment of nurses; while a counter-terrorism campaign aims to raise the awareness of football fans watching matches during the World Cup.

And don’t forget our regular side-long look at recruitment in public sector comms, ‘So, you want my job?’, in which the comms manager at the Office for Nuclear Regulation can tell you all you want to know about reactor pressure vessels.

Enjoy this week’s bulletin  

Regards,
Ian Griggs, editor, Public Sector Briefing
 
 
 This week in public sector comms
 
 
Which local authorities in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland are best at using Twitter?
 
 
Government comms chief departs for senior policy role
 
 
HEE recruitment campaign highlights perks of nursing
 
 
Former England players in campaign to safeguard football fans
 
 
So, you want my job? Comms manager, Office for Nuclear Regulation
 
 
Open University opens tender for £17m marcoms and media accounts
 
 
Government calls on public sector to help build crisis comms toolkit
 
 
Britain behind the curve in fighting fake news, admits government comms chief
 
 
Communications and Compliance Officer , Competition and Markets Authority
 
£31,363 - £36,126 pa, Victoria House, London WC1B 4AD
Communications Co-ordinator , Qualifications Wales
 
£23,625 - £27,400, Newport (Casnewydd)
External Communications Officer , Greater London Authority
 
£42,664 per annum, Central London
Deputy Head of Media , The Metropolitan Police Service
 
Competitive plus Benefits, London (Central)
Head of Communications and Marketing , Durham County Council
 
Salary - £78,038, Durham
 
 
 
 
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