The NAGP is looking to hire a PR & Communications Executive. Applications are now open and will remain open until December 29th 2017. This is an exciting time in the healthcare space and an ideal opportunity for an ambitious PR & communications professional. If you or someone you know is interested in this position, please do get in touch today!

At this time we are not looking for representations from agencies, thank you.

The details are as follows:

PR & Communications Executive

The National Association for General Practitioners represents the particular needs of general practice and to negotiate and lobby on behalf of general practitioners at an individual and group level.

The NAGP is committed to best practice within the primary care sector and will strive to promote and protect the high standards already in place. Through our website, our magazine, training days and other media, we will keep our members updated on issues in general practice and medicine in general – both in Ireland and abroad.

We are now recruiting for a PR & Communications Manager to work from our office in Dublin or Kilkenny.

The Role

The role of the PR & Communications Executive with the NAGP is crucial to the effective operation of the association. It is a role that is fast paced and varied in its responsibilities, reporting directly to the CEO.

The incumbent will be responsible for all of the internal and external communications of the organisation. This will include:

  • Issuing of press releases
  • Maintaining relationships with the medical press
  • Management of the website and content
  • Organisation and communication of council meetings
  • Communications to the membership of the NAGP
  • Management & development of social media channels
  • PR & Communications planning
  • Crafting and issuing of internal communications, including monthly newsletter

The Person

The person that will fill this role will demonstrate a keen sense of understanding of the medical landscape in Ireland. You will have a talent for deriving clarity from ambiguity through asking great questions, the ability to craft both written and  oral messages that are on point and in keeping with the values of the association.

You will be someone that is excited about being part of a growing organisation and an individual driven to give their best. Flexibility and adaptability are two crucial characteristics that the successful person will demonstrate in this role.

You are likely to be a graduate in a communications, public relations or business discipline with at least 2 years post-graduate experience.

The role will offer a competitive salary package to the successful applicant with a Dublin or Kilkenny location.

If this is a role that you believe you can excel in, do get in touch with us. You can send us a cover letter telling us what attributes and positives you will bring to the role, along with a copy of your CV to:

Application closing date is Friday 29th December.