Internal Communications Officer

Internal Communications Officers are responsible for the management of communication within a large organisation. Internal Communications Officers develop and implement internal communication strategies, programs and activities to ensure accurate and timely cross-department communication of news and information. Common activities include initiating and developing key internal publications and promotional materials as well as providing general support and assistance to the public relations team.


In order to become an Internal Communication Officer, you might start work as a communication or marketing assistant and work your way up to the role of Internal Communications Officer. Ideally you will possess Tertiary qualifications in Media, Public Relations or Communications; you will have 3 - 5 years Corporate or commercial experience in an internal communications role gained in either public or private sector.