Higher Executive Officer: Digital Communications
Salary: €50,848 - €64,038
Location: Dublin or regional office
The Health and Safety Authority has a wide and varied mandate which includes acting as the national body with responsibility for protecting all workers nationwide from work-related incidents, injuries and ill health. The Authority acts as the national accreditation body for Ireland through INAB.
The Authority is currently undergoing significant growth as it takes on new and expanding functions. We currently have a number of exciting opportunities to join us as we grow and transform our organisation
The following non-exhaustive list of accountabilities are those typically assigned to a Higher Executive Officer:
- Manages a team of direct reports, creating a positive working environment and supporting their professional and personal development
- Manages vendor partnerships appropriately and ensures that services are maintained and improved
- Leads on customer and stakeholder engagements and maintains appropriate correspondence and databases as appropriate
- Ensures that the Authority meets government regulations and standards
- Acts as a Subject Matter Expert (SME)
- Leads cross organisational projects, working with colleagues from across the organisation to analyse processes and ways of working, bringing solutions and ideas to gain efficiencies
- Researches and drafts proposals relating to policy issues, operations, and legislation
- Monitors and reports on delivery of programme of work and projects.
The Higher Executive Officer assigned to Communications will be responsible for the design and roll-out of a proactive digital communications and engagement strategy and campaigns as well as optimising the Authority's digital footprint and impact. In addition to the general accountabilities expected of a Higher Executive Officer, specific accountabilities relating to the role of Higher Executive Officer: Digital Communications will include:
- Coordinates the publication in accessible formats of written, visual and audio content for the Authority's digital platforms, particularly website and social media accounts
- Delivers accessible explainer and campaign videos to enhance the Authority's work; edits, posts to YouTube and digitally disseminates them cross-platform
- Moderates and posts content in a coordinated and intentional manner to social media channels, including Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook, and maintains, monitors, and develops the HSA's reach and online impact
- Designs and produces shareable social media outputs including infographics, GIFs and quote cards
- Explores and develops new ways to achieve appropriate digital impact
Please note that the final set of accountabilities will reflect the specific role the person is offered.
For further information and to apply you must complete an online application on Staffline GetGot, to find a link to this page either visit:
- Public job boards (PAS) site
- HSA website
- Staffline Ireland Website https://staffline.getgotjobs.co. uk/home
- Apply using a blank CV and we will email you a link
The closing date for completed applications is 5.00pm, Thursday 26th May 2022. CV's will not be accepted for this role.
The Health and Safety Authority is committed to a policy of equal opportunity and encourages applications under the nine grounds of the Employment Equality Acts.
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