We are looking to recruit a Communications Officer, the role will be to co-ordinate all communication activities on behalf of the IRMS Executive Team, including via email, web, print and social media. Such activities include a monthly email newsletter, content for the Bulletin magazine, regular website and social media updates, twitter hour and any ad hoc tasks required to publicise the Society’s events and activities. The Communications Officer will also provide support to the Marketing Director as required.
Why volunteer with us?
When you volunteer for the IRMS our current volunteers all agree these would definitelybe some of the benefits;
Experience working with a wide range of different areas and tasks
Leadership and project management experience
Collaborative remote working experience
Access to a range of professionals at various stages of their careers that make up the IRMS volunteers
Experience working with people from all over the UK and from a wide range of sectors
Subsidised attendanceat our annual Conference
Extra content for the CV
It does take time, but life and work comes first
Starting as an officer is a great way in to other roles
We expand on these in a little more detail on our vacanciespage.
How to apply
If you are a current member of the IRMS and are interested in getting involved you can find out further details of the roles, the application process and how to apply at our vacancies page.