We’re looking for a communications officer to join a dedicated team working within the Lancashire Resilience Forum (LRF) to inform the public about the response to the coronavirus pandemic. You’ll help to provide a comprehensive proactive and reactive communications service for the LRF, its stakeholders and the media, working with a network of public service partners across the county. It is a temporary position until December 2021 and the successful candidate will be seconded to Lancashire County Council for the duration of the term, working predominantly from home.
Do you want to use your communications skills to make a difference to people's lives? We're looking for committed, hard-working and enthusiastic communications professionals to join our team at Lancashire County Council as communications assistants.
Coronavirus has hit Lancashire hard. As one of the biggest counties in the country with a huge diversity of geography and people the county's coordinated response to the pandemic has been complex and challenging. This unique communications role will support Lancashire Resilience Forum as the coronavirus pandemic continues, and our county looks towards life after Covid.