The job holder will be responsible to the Board and report to me in the first instance. It is a non-remunerated position. Although it is anticipated that the role will take up no more than a few hours’ a week on average, a flexible attitude is required, along with the ability to respond promptly to requests. Previous experience in a related communications/media role welcome. Please send expressions of interest, outlining experience, by 31 October to: firstname.lastname@example.org
In consultation with the Board, agree key messages that the Club wishes topublicise; identify target audiences and the best means of reaching them.
Under the guidance of the Board, make sure the brand, image and messagesare delivered to the media and others in a timely, accurate and coherent manner and are reflected on the website.
Develop a code of conduct and strategy paper for all communications output.
Develop a quantifiable means of measuring the success of the Club’s
Ensure appropriate media coverage and visibility for all SHC hockey and social events, and follow up with images and articles; ensure the right people are placed in front of the media at the relevant times.
Monitor the media for any discussions, comments, articles or statements relating to SHC, ensuring timely response when appropriate.
Proof-read and authorise all external public messaging and information, including Club magazine.
Keep website content up-to-date by ensuring those responsible are providing content in a timely manner and manage access to social media accounts.
Ensure that SHC’s presence on the web – e.g. appropriate directory details, association membership details and contact details – is correct and up-to-date.
Manage social media teams, to ensure that Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and You Tube are used effectively by the relevant media and sponsorship