The George Washington University Hospital

Washington, D.C., Reporting to the Market Director, Strategic Marketing and Communications, the Manager of Internal Communications writes all internal communications for the hospitals, including leadership communications, the weekly and monthly internal newsletters, CEO newsletter and Town Halls, Medical Staff newsletter, quarterly communication, crisis communications and all related internal communications for GW Hospital, faculty, staff and its affiliates.
This position manages all GW Hospital and its affiliates intranet including updating internal communications, employee recognition, upcoming events, videos, etc. Ensuring hospital information is accurate and current. Acts as administrative liaison to the Diversity and Inclusion Committee and the Strategic Employee Engagement Council. Assist both groups with messaging, collateral, and internal events. Builds internal communications calendar to create and manage internal campaigns and messaging.
Note: This is not a remote position, required to be on site full time
Education/Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree
Master’s degree preferred
5 years experience in a healthcare, public relations, communications, media, journalism, or marketing.
Experience in healthcare preferred

Skills:

Proficient in various electronic newsletter technologies and software.
Strong ability to learn and quickly utilize new technology platforms when needed.
Ability to adapt to changing priorities E
Experience with Microsoft Office
Good interpersonal and collaborative skills
Demonstrated excellent written and oral communications skills
Ability to work evenings and weekends on occasion

This opportunity offers the following:

Challenging and rewarding work environment
Growth and Development Opportunities within UHS and its Subsidiaries
Competitive Compensation Excellent Medical, Dental, Vision and Prescription Drug Plan
401k plan with company match

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