As part of our continued commitment to providing a safe and healthy workplace, Phoenix Children’s is officially a mandatory COVID-19 vaccination organization, effective October 1, 2021. All new employees must be fully vaccinated prior to starting employment at Phoenix Children’s. Having a vaccinated workforce is an important step in supporting our mission to provide hope, healing and the best healthcare for the children in our community.
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The Lead Communications Specialist is a key member of the Communications team responsible for developing and executing on our internal and external communication strategies at Phoenix Children’s. This role is part of a collaborative team working to enhance the communications experience for all of our internal and external stakeholders (employees, providers, patients, etc.), inspire and promote our culture, mission and values, deepen our stakeholder relationships and continue to strengthen the Phoenix Children’s brand. This position plans, executes and evaluates the effectiveness of communications efforts to drive awareness, understanding, preference and loyalty to Phoenix Children’s with our various stakeholders. This involves crafting strategic messaging, delivering the messaging to the intended audiences through the right channels and receiving feedback, all while keeping the specific communications purpose in mind. The Lead Communications Specialist will use their planning, writing and editing skills to create materials, organize events for stakeholders, communicate key messages across various platforms (newsletters, emails, fliers, social media, etc.) and manage tools to produce print and digital communication to engage and inspire stakeholders and maintain a positive image for Phoenix Children’s.