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As a national, non-profit organization, the Royal College speaks for more than 50,000 medical and surgical

specialists and resident affiliates. The mission of the Royal College is to serve patients, diverse populations and our

Fellows by setting the standards in specialty medical education and lifelong learning, and by advancing professional

practice and health care. Located in Ottawa, the Royal College offers a stimulating and professional work

environment.

Bilingual Senior Communications Advisor

Permanent, Full time

Reporting to the Manager of Communications, the Senior Communications Advisor develops, manages and

implements internal and/or external communications strategies to support the strategic goals and priorities of the

Royal College. This includes building and maintaining relationships with stakeholders (members and volunteers

from across Canada) to understand their needs in order to create and implement targeted, metrics-based

communication plans and deliverables.

This role leads the development and execution of communication strategies in support of improved member

engagement, change management efforts, new programs/services of significance, and member- and stakeholder

focused communications, which includes providing advice and guidance on enhancing the brand reputation of the Royal

College.

The Opportunity

Are you a seasoned communicator with experience in member engagement, high-stakes or complex issues? Do

you have demonstrated experience in communicating large change management process with measurable results?

If yes, we have an exciting opportunity for you!

As Bilingual Senior Communications Advisor, you will: ?

Lead the creation and implementation of communication strategies, messages and deliverables that reflect

and address the needs of members and stakeholders, while meeting the business goals of internal clients; ?

Advise on sensitive, high-risk communication issues in order to protect and maintain the corporate

reputation; ?

Liaise with members and key stakeholders to better understand their needs and to incorporate this input

into communications strategies, with a special focus on analyzing the communication environment and

membership needs in Quebec; ?

Research, write, edit and proofread communication and promotional materials, while adhering to corporate

branding and editorial standards; ?

Monitors performance of communication plans, recommending change of tactics directly to clients based

on analysis of metrics, and advises on opportunities and options for process and program improvements; ?

Develop and implement a communications strategy to support the new educational strategy that will

transform the current continuous professional development (CPD) program and require the development of

supporting products and content for our Fellows; ?

Participating and/or presenting in member advisory committee meetings and events in both official

languages ?

Partner with communications and marketing colleagues the Marketing Advisor to identify opportunities for

membership engagement and ensure integration of messages across communications deliverables;

Does this sound like you? ?

Bachelor's degree in Communications, Journalism or Public Relations or related field and experience; ?

Minimum 7 years' demonstrated experience working in communications with a focus on change/risk

management; ?

A thorough understanding of communications principles and practices; ?

Strong creativity in order to design new communications strategies and formulate novel approaches to

solving unique, complex problems; ?

Excellent writing/editing and proofreading skills with the ability to think and communicate clearly, and

create a concise and well-written narrative to engage audiences; ?

Excellent organizational, time management and project management skills to plan, prioritize and coordinate

own and others' activities; ?

Demonstrated leadership, proven people management skills and an ability to influence a variety of

constituents to adopt new practices and behaviors through different means and interactions with

management; ?

Ability to work effectively with little or no supervision, minimal direction and frequent interruptions; ?

High motivation, dedication to detail and accuracy, an ability to observe tight deadlines, multitask and work

independently or as a member of a team; ?

Bilingualism in verbal and written competencies is required.

How to apply

Please forward your résumé, covering letter and salary expectations by April 14, 2021 via Isarta

To ensure the hiring committee reviews your application, quote posting JD1023, last name, first name in the email

subject line.

We welcome applications from those with a demonstrated commitment to upholding the values of equity, diversity,

and inclusion. We encourage applications from traditionally marginalized groups. Candidates from these groups

who are interested for consideration, are invited to self-identify.

We sincerely thank all applicants for their interest; however, we will only contact those under consideration. An

eligibility list may be established for similar positions of various tenures. The list will be retained for a maximum

period of 18 months.

We are dedicated as an organization to adhere to public health guidelines for our employees and their families. As

such, we have extended our remote work arrangements for most of our teams to September 24, 2021 and to

regularly review this date. Flexibility is key in our new world. Connect with us to learn more.

The Royal College is committed to the principles of equity, diversity, and inclusion in its learning, work environments

and in its operations. We encourage applications from traditionally marginalized groups. We believe in and promote

the rights of all persons with disabilities as outlined in the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for

Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA 2005) and its related Accessibility Standards Regulations. To meet this

obligation, the Royal College will make appropriate accommodations available. As required, please inform People

Services of the nature of any accommodation(s) that you may require to ensure your equal participation.

Click to learn about Royal College and visit us at royalcollege.ca

Starting salary ranges from $77,836.00-$87,566.00

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