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VACANCY - Communications Officer - closing Sunday 14 July

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  • Want to be part of a dynamic communications team and experience something new every day?
  • Are you looking for a role where you are given the freedom to be creative?
  • Do you want to make a difference to the lives of residents across the Thames Valley?
Thames Valley Police is looking for a confident, experienced communicator to join their Community Engagement team in their Corporate Communications department.

Engaged communities help us to police effectively. They are central to the detection, prevention and reduction of crime and help us to maintain public safety. As you will know from recent national events, it is vital that we sustain and build public confidence in the police, and we have created a specialist community engagement function to effectively listen, engage and respond to the needs of the communities we serve.

In this role, your working day will be varied: you will work with local teams and partners to create and deliver a community engagement strategy responding to local policing and crime issues; help to improve the use of digital and social media channels within local areas, both internally and by the public, and identify and implement new methods of public engagement, in particular for ‘hard-to-reach’ communities.

To join our team, you will have either a nationally recognised qualification in communications, public relations, business or journalism or relevant equivalent experience, together with experience of working in a large public or private sector organisation.

You will also have professional experience of using social media to reach target audiences and enthusiasm for identifying and exploring new communication channels and methods of engagement.

Visit our careers portal to read the full job description.

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