By working to keep Nova Scotians safe, healthy, working and on the job, and supporting them when their lives are impacted by workplace injury, WCB Nova Scotia (WCB) is contributing to a better province. We provide workplace injury insurance to 18,700 employers and approximately 300,000 workers across the province, and our vision is a Nova Scotia safe and secure from workplace injury. The WCB is consistently recognized as a top employer in Atlantic Canada and Nova Scotia, and has been honoured nationally as a Top 100 Employer and one of Canada's Most Admired Corporate Cultures.
WCB Nova Scotia is looking for a passionate storyteller with excellent writing skills to join our communications and marketing team in the role of Communications Advisor.
A talented content creator, the Communications Advisor will write and produce a variety of pieces – from blog posts and articles, to speeches and presentations; from website copy and social media content, to quarterly and annual reports.
Reporting directly to the Manager, Communications and Marketing, the Communications Advisor will continuously apply a storytelling lens to the work we do and seek opportunities to share stories that help advance the WCB’s corporate goals and promote a culture of workplace safety with our stakeholders, both external and internal.
The Communications Advisor will also be responsible for a range of professional communications and marketing projects, including the development and implementation of strategic communications plans and social marketing campaigns, and a wide variety of communication tactics, both alone and in consultation with project teams.
As the ideal candidate, you are an exceptional writer. You possess a university degree or diploma in Public Relations, plus two years’ related experience in a strategic communications environment. Experience in internal and external communications, including developing and implementing strategic communications plans is required. Excellent organization skills are vital, and project management experience would be considered an asset.Thorough knowledge of communications vehicles, their appropriate structures and implementation is essential. With exceptional communication skills, you possess strong business acumen and are highly analytical by nature.
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For more information contact Brittany Beale, Recruitment Specialist at (902) 421-1141 or Scott McGaw, Senior Consultant at (902) 422-4601.
Meridia, a Knightsbridge Robertson Surrette company, is Atlantic Canada’s leading contingency recruitment firm that is focused on providing high quality, fast turnaround recruitment for professional and technical positions.
For more information on opportunities at Meridia, visit: www.meridiarecruitment.ca. For information on opportunities with our parent company, Knightsbridge Robertson Surrette, visit www.kbrs.ca.