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Digital Communications Officer

Organization: Health Products Regulatory Authority
Date Posted: 07/10/2019
City: Dublin
Location: Dublin
Country: Ireland
Primary Category: Communications
Salary: €34,077.00 yearly
Type of Position: Full-Time
Education Requirement: Bachelor's
Experience Requirement: 1-2 years

Description & Details

Digital Communications Officer


Part of the Quality, Scientific Affairs and Communications department, the communications section is responsible for the development and implementation of communications activities which support the successful delivery of the Health Products Regulatory Authority's (HPRA) strategic plan and, in particular, the goal to ensure that users of health products are as well informed as possible.

Reporting to the Communications and Information Manager, the Digital Communications Officer will contribute to the delivery of HPRA’s communications objectives which include:

o Building greater understanding and awareness of the HPRA as an organisation and of the role we play in respect of protecting public and animal health.
o Protecting and promoting the HPRA brand to establish trust and credibility among stakeholders.
o Delivering clear, targeted information on the products we regulate.
o Managing the HPRA’s corporate communications platforms incorporating our digital communications activities.
o Supporting collaboration and engagement with key stakeholder groups including patients and healthcare professionals.

How to Apply / Contact

How to apply:               

Applications should be submitted via the HPRA Recruitment Portal.


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Applicants attending for interview may be required to undertake a practical exercise - details will be notified to applicants who are shortlisted. It is anticipated that interviews for this post will take place on the 24th October 2019.

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