Job provide: Communications Officer on the College of Saint-Louis

The Université Saint-Louis – Bruxelles announces a vacancy for the post of Communications Officer (F/M/X) (2022-17).

working hours and type of contract

Permanent contract (50%).

This contract is increased by 20% to 20% of another member of the service for the duration of the replacement of parental leave for a maximum of 12 months.

position in the organization chart

The communications officer is an integral part of the university’s communications service. This service, made up of 8 people, is responsible for the internal and external institutional communication of the university. It offers university institutions support in communicating teaching and research products. It ensures the publicity and dissemination of the university’s image to the outside through various tools: press, social networks, editorial and visual media, institutional events.

He or she reports hierarchically and functionally to the Head of Communications.

main missions

The main task of the communications officer is to manage various projects carried out by the communications department in support of or in collaboration with the other members of the department.

duties and responsibilities

The communications officer has the following duties and responsibilities:

1. Coordinate the newsletter for alumni. This contains:

– the establishment of a retrospective before each publication

– Planning and implementation of editorial meetings (1 per newsletter)

– the writing of certain articles

– managing contacts with contributors (collecting articles and illustrations, proofreading, etc.)

– Posting articles on the website and on the platform for sending the newsletter

– the management of the shipment with the external service provider

2. Follow-up to the weekly editorial meetings:

– keep a record of the decisions taken and the actions to be taken, through the various means of communication

– to feed the university’s social networks and ensure the management of the subscriber community

3. Participation in the organization of institutional and recruitment events in support of those responsible for these events

4. Providing a multifaceted backup mission for team members, dealing in particular with press relations, social networking, writing and sending the newsletter to employees, organizing institutional events and recruitment, overseeing the production of communication media.

5. Attend weekly team coordination meetings.

degree required

Bachelor’s degree in Communication, Public Relations or other Bachelor’s degree with experience in the above fields.

profile required

technical skills

Advanced multimedia writing skills

Impeccable spelling and command of syntax

Knowledge of how higher education works in the Wallonia-Brussels Federation

Sound knowledge of the Office suite


Ability to express yourself orally and in writing in fluent English

Personal skills

Very hard work

Organisation, work and project planning

Flexibility and ability to work on multiple files simultaneously

Positive, service oriented

Ability to work in a team and integration into an already established department meeting deadlines

input function: As soon as possible.

Terms of Engagement

Monthly gross salary determined according to the salary table for administrative staff of the university; 100% reimbursement of travel expenses from home to work by public transport; Mileage allowance for equal trips by bike; Group life and death insurance.

How to apply

Applications with a cover letter and a detailed CV must be submitted by email with the subject 2022-17 via the APPLY button by November 30, 2022 at the latest.

More information For more information, please contact [email protected], Director of Communications.

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