Communication and Events Officer - French Speaking

New
  • Location
    City Of London, Greater London
  • Salary
    £ 30000 - £ 32000 / Year
  • Category
    Education & Childcare - Higher Education
  • Job type
    Permanent
  • Industry
    Education and Childcare
  • External Reference
    JN-042021-175556

Communication and Events Officer
Full Time - Permanent
South-East London (Zone2)
£30,000 - £32,000


MUST SPEAK FLUENT FRENCH


My client is a French Business School specialised in Sport Management. They are expanding their current team and looking for a Communication and Events Officer.


DESCRIPTION:




  • Propose an annual external communications plan.

  • Propose an annual internal communications plan with the following objectives: to develop a sense of belonging to the campus for all students, to streamline the flow of information, to create happiness, to be a player in customer satisfaction, to contribute to the loyalty of our clients (strength of proposal and innovation);

  • Manage the editorial planning in connection with the Marketing Group (strength of proposal and innovation).

  • Deploy this communication plan in compliance with budgets.

  • Animate the campus social network accounts and contribute to the development of relevant communication tools.

  • Value our professionalisation actions (internships, student experiences), and all the events we organise as well as the different study trips that our students live abroad.

  • Participate in the promotion of the international training products (liaising with the International Department)

  • Develop our network of partners and promote it through communication and targeted actions.

  • Develop relations with the media: management of press relations, writing of press releases, interviews

  • Promote the image of the school and develop the Public Relations section with targeted interlocutors.

  • Establish and animate a team of student ambassadors to support external events (fairs, forums, etc.) and enhance the life experience within the campus (definition of objectives, missions, event planning, feedback).

  • Participate in the promotion of our training products in-house (organization of information meetings within classes to present the year N + 1 in connection with pedagogy, the choices available to our students on the international programmes, ...).

  • Develop the internal communication of the school: proposing and creating relevant communication media (newsletters, web news, videos, photo reports ...) to streamline internal communications, value our students, the pedagogy, the lecturers, alumni's etc.

  • Manage school associations (student associations, Alumni) and relay their activities through internal / external communications.

  • Manage the organisation of the campus' internal / external events (inauguration-Gala, master classes, Networking, conferences, etc.): planning management, logistics, operational and communication aspects before, during and after the event.

  • Value these events through internal and external communication plans.

  • Promote and involve our network of partners.

  • Manage participation in campus fairs (logistics, stand management, promotion for creating traffic on events, face to face, buzz, training of student teams in their role as ambassador).

  • Develop the reporting culture on actions taken and returns on investment and propose conceivable corrective measures.

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Please apply with your CV to: Alicia Hill