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Communications Coordinator

Organization Name: Ministry of Finance
Position Title: Communications Coordinator
Location: Regina
Position Term: Full Time, Permanent
Closing Date: 21-Nov-2017

Description:

The Public Employees Benefits Agency (PEBA) of the Ministry of Finance administers twenty-six pension plans and benefit programs with approximately $12B in pension and benefit assets. Overall, PEBA represents approximately 95,000 pension plan and benefit plan members, and operates within a $30M administrative budget.   


The Public Employees Benefits Agency (PEBA) is seeking a Communications Coordinator to deliver comprehensive, tactical communications expertise for the wide range of pension and benefit plans that PEBA administers.   

In this challenging position, you will develop content and design communications materials such as information sheets, newsletters, plan member booklets, brochures, annual reports and targeted correspondence.  The Communications Coordinator will research and consult with PEBA administration and prepare and distribute information to employers or membership if required.  In addition, this position identifies new communication initiatives, develops, recommends and implements Plan member and participating employer communication material; ensures communication is current with respect to legislative and procedural changes and is responsible for delivering the Agency’s internal communications plan.   

The successful candidate will have knowledge of communication theories, principles, techniques, methods, standards and mediums; basic pension and benefit theories and practice; and strategic communications planning.   

Typically, the knowledge and skills required for this position would be acquired through a degree or diploma in communications, public relations, journalism, administration or related field of study and experience in a professional communications environment.  

If you are selected for an interview, you will be asked to provide samples of communications materials you have created.  In addition, as this position relies heavily on the use of desktop publishing software to develop communication pieces, an assessment of the skills needed for this role will be part of the interview process.

The Government of Saskatchewan offers a wide range of careers with purpose and passion. Our people enjoy an enviable work/life balance in an environment that supports creativity, innovation and diversity while providing learning and career development opportunities. We’re helping make Saskatchewan the best place to live, work and raise our families, by building the best public service in Canada. Join the team! 

For more information on this and other opportunities in the public service, visit saskatchewan.ca/careers. Toll free 1-866-319-5999  

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