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How to Leverage Social Media Skills To Land a Promotion in Public Sector
Episode 513rd March 2022 • Public Sector Marketing Show • Joanne Sweeney
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I’ve been engaged in hiring for a number of our own and client positions recently and it’s becoming clear that a social media and digital communications skillset is increasingly important.

But what if you are a public sector professional that has strong social media skills, can you leverage these competencies to get up the next rung of your career ladder?

In my view you can. And in fact, I would argue you should be strategically planning your next promotion by investing in your digital skills. 

Coming up in episode 51:

  • It’s your time to shine if you’re a proficient social media marketer in public sector 
  • What an employer will look for before and during interview 
  • I’m joined by Caroline Reidy, CEO, The HR Suite and she provides tips and insights and really helpful information on the role of social media in your job hunt in 2022 whether you are seeking to move up in your existing organisation or move from private to public sector


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The Public Sector Marketing Show is a weekly podcast dedicated to digital marketing and social media insights for government and public sector pros hosted by Joanne Sweeney, founder of the Public Sector Marketing Institute.



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