PR Week
May 7th 2021
Public Sector Bulletin

In our top story this week, senior government sources tell PRWeek that Alex Aiken will leave the Government Communications Service this autumn.

Aiken will likely depart after overseeing the next stages of the controversial ‘Reshaping GCS’ programme he devised, which has caused frustration and anger among the 4,500 government comms staff affected.

Also this week, NHS England and Improvement has moved swiftly to replace Simon Enright, who leaves his role as director of comms later this month for new royal duties and we have the next instalment of our diary from a tranee volunteer RNLI press officer.

Enjoy this week’s bulletin and stay safe.

Regards,
Ian Griggs, editor, Public Sector Bulletin
 
 
 This week in public sector comms
 
 
Exclusive: Alex Aiken to leave GCS this autumn after surviving PM’s cull last year
 
 
NHS England and Improvement picks new comms chief
 
 
Staffordshire’s combined police and fire comms team appoints head of news
 
 
Diary of a volunteer RNLI press officer: Finding rhythm, station dogs and my first media ‘hit’
 
 
New national public health body appoints agency to bring its purpose to life
 
 
Global PR Lead , Danfoss
 
Competitive Salary, Copenhagen, New York, Denham, Hamburg
Communications Assistant , Camden Council
 
Level 2, Zone 2 - £29,359 - £31,656, Camden, London (Greater)
Communications Business Partner , Information Commissioner's Office
 
£49,549 pa plus civil service pension and excellent benefits, Wilmslow, Cheshire
Director of Communications , Ministry of Justice
 
Circa £120,000 per annum, National with presence in London required three days a week
COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER , East Cambridgeshire District Council
 
£30,451 - £35,745 per annum plus benefits, Ely, Cambridgeshire
 
 
 
 
View in web browser  |  Add to safe senders list  |  Manage Bulletins  |  Unsubscribe  |  Privacy Notice
 
 

© 2020 Haymarket Media Group
Bridge House
69 London Road
Twickenham
TW1 3SP
Phone: +44 (20)8267 5000