Assistant Vice President -Communications Strategist, Corporate Communications
The AVP, Corporate Communication Strategist will develop and execute internal and external communications strategies to support legal and regulatory corporate communications matters.
- Strategic thinking : Develops and executes communications strategies to support a variety of corporate, reputational and regulatory initiatives.
- Relationship management: Interfaces with and supports global internal partners including Legal, Global Public Affairs, HR and others.
- Alignment: Develops positioning and messaging in alignment with communications and corporate objectives.
- Strategic insight: provides an external communications viewpoint/perspective to internal stakeholders. Provides guidance and recommendations on communications considerations for various issues.
- Manages inbound media inquiries for corporate communications issues and develops responses in coordination with internal stakeholders.
- Conducts media outreach for relevant topics. Builds and maintains media relationships.
- Develops intranet articles and posts, press releases, social media content, byline articles and other materials as needed.
- Contributes to global crisis communications planning and responses, including strategic recommendations and content.
- Develops and maintains media lists and databases for media outreach. Supports internal reporting activities.
- Undergraduate degree.
- A minimum of 5-7 years of experience in communications, public relations, and/or journalism.
- Experience with legal and regulatory communications, especially in a corporate/financial services environment.
- Exceptional writing, editing and verbal communication skills. Experience
- developing internal and external communications materials.
- Strong positive attitude, with sense of self-motivation and accountability.
- Adaptable, flexible, and open to change.
- Strong technical/computer skills, including proficiency in Microsoft Office, specifically PowerPoint, Excel, Word, and SharePoint Software.
- English fluency/proficiency is essential; an additional language is helpful.
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