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Communications Advisor

What does a Communications Advisor do?

Communications Advisors help organizations achieve their objectives by creating communication links between organizations and the audiences they want to reach.

- They create and maintain public awareness of their organizationsí policies and actions.
- They conduct research and communicate results.
- They prepare speeches, news releases, brochures, advertisements, reports, articles, newsletters and websites for defined audiences.
- They facilitate communications within the organization between employees and management.

What kind of person makes a good Communications Advisor?

Communications Advisor might be the job for you if you:

- Are creative, self-confident and have initiative.
- Have excellent oral and written communication and presentation skills
- Are organized and manage time wisely
- Can relate to others

How do I become a Communications Advisor?

Communications Advisors generally need to have some post secondary education related to public relations or communications. Keyboarding and computer skills are also required.

Where does a Communications Advisor work?

Communications Advisors are employed by corporations and consulting firms, governments, professional organizations and trade associations, health authorities, educational institutions, financial institutions, political and social organizations and industry organizations.

How much does a Communications Advisor make?

On average, Health and Safety Advisors in Alberta make $31.36 an hour.
Thatís about $60,000 a year.

Communications Advisor Case Studies

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