PR Week
November 21st 2018
Public Sector Briefing

It’s that time of year again when public sector comms people are on the move, so our top stories this week are on two senior appointments.

We also have a piece on a campaign designed to save lives and a case study on another that rescued at least two people from a life of modern slavery.

Meanwhile, our commentator this week talks about the ten things she learned in her first year working in public sector comms.

Enjoy this week’s bulletin 

Ian Griggs, editor, Public Sector Briefing
 This week in public sector comms
Scottish comms chief seconded to national enterprise body
Senior Cabinet Office press officer to lead comms for apprenticeships organisation
Fire and rescue service launches campaign to prevent the SAME thing happening again
Case study: Hard-hitting campaign helped free modern slaves
Ten things I learned in my first year in public sector comms
Government coding consortium appoints agency to support media and messaging work
National Lottery going local in bid to win hearts and minds
London Stansted Airport bolsters corporate affairs team with three new roles
G6 Deputy Head of News , Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government
£61,083 (London) or £55,290 (National), London (Central), London (Greater) or Nationwide
Communications and Engagement Manager , Winchester City Council
£34,000-£40,000, Winchester, Hampshire
Account Manager / Senior Account Manager (EU Public Affairs), Berlin , mc Group
Competitive salary, Berlin (DE)
Senior account manager / Account manager (Healthcare Public Affairs) , Four Communications
competitive, dependent on experience., London (Central), London (Greater)
Account Manager / Senior Account Manager (Travel and Tourism), Berlin , mc Group
Competitive salary, Berlin (DE)
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