Communications Strategy Job Description

Communications Strategy Job Description

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Communications strategy provides strategic marketing communication guidance to social collaboration and engagement program utilizing online, print and stakeholder communications tools.

Communications Strategy Duties & Responsibilities

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Sample responsibilities for this position include:

Create digital campaign and usage reports to understand impact an opportunities to refine
Develop and maintain a content management process to ensure all data is relevant, timely and accurate
Under the supervision of the Project Management lead and working with the Digital Strategy team, Marketing Strategist and IT manage projects across the entire project lifecycle to ensure they are delivered on time on budget and with desired functionality
Maintain relationships with internal and external partners project sponsors
Assist in translating marketing materials from print to interactive experiences
Provide usability input for web management tools including content management, client set-up and entitlements
Develop Role Based Communications, inclusive of Websites, Publications & Notifications
Lead the development of the BTO IT strategy, vision and objectives – facilitates and influences the development of strategy for all BTO IT by managing and tracking execution of the strategic planning process, managing forums and processes for senior executive – this will include managing/building relationships with functional strategic planning representatives
Develop calendar and drive the process for reviewing the IT strategy periodically (quarterly/annually) including kick-off session that includes defining the agenda / supporting materials key questions, challenges, corporate strategy, industry trends
Facilitation of strategic discussions – and documentation/communication of outcomes/findings

Communications Strategy Qualifications

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Licensing or Certifications for Communications Strategy

List any licenses or certifications required by the position: APMP, CEM, CISSP

Education for Communications Strategy

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Employers hiring for the communications strategy job most commonly would prefer for their future employee to have a relevant degree such as Bachelor's and Master's Degree in Communications, Marketing, Journalism, Business, Education, Public Relations, MBA, Management, English, Communication

Skills for Communications Strategy

Desired skills for communications strategy include:

PowerPoint
Accenture collaboration tools Microsoft Teams
Airline industry
Best practices in print and digital communications
Chemicals and petrochemicals sectors
Fund raising work
Gas
Microsoft Word
New marketing and communication methods
Oil

Desired experience for communications strategy includes:

Operational Functions - Knowledge of major functional processes and associated operating requirements
Internal Sales and Marketing - Knowledge of internal marketing strategies and ability to look, listen for, and communicate opportunities for providing new or enhanced services to internal clients
Conflict Management - Understanding of how to anticipate, recognize, and deal effectively with existing or potential conflicts at the individual, group, or situation level
Confidentiality - Knowledge of practices and policies governing disclosure of information about the organization, its business activities, and employees
Performance Management - Ability to apply organization's performance management system, practices, and tools to developing and improving individual, team, and organizational performance
Staff and Career Development - Ability to address learning, training, and career development needs of individuals, teams, or organization

Communications Strategy Examples

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Communications Strategy Job Description

Job Description Example
Our innovative and growing company is looking to fill the role of communications strategy. To join our growing team, please review the list of responsibilities and qualifications.
Responsibilities for communications strategy
  • Drive execution of the communication strategy
  • Develop innovative, cut-through promotions that drive traffic and increase average spend while stealing share from competition
  • Partner with cross-functional team members to filter, select and flawlessly implement all promotional efforts
  • Own the development process for all promotional materials from briefing to internal creative group to gathering feedback and approvals
  • Owns and appropriately updates/shares seasonal commercial plan
  • Strategy planning, coordination and facilitation
  • Partner closely with representatives from individual working teams to develop and evolve team's communication mechanisms such as News Letters, Town Halls
  • Work with internal clients to create communication plans and execute them in a timely fashion
  • Prioritize competing needs in a fast-paced environment and determine the highest value projects
  • Bring innovative and pragmatic thinking to communication and business issues
Qualifications for communications strategy
  • 5+ years of experience in a directly relevant field (financial services, management consulting or similar) or MBA preferred
  • Experience in delivering effective communications documents for senior management, preferably with a background in communications or corporate strategy
  • Critical and structured thinker with superior analytical and problem solving abilities
  • Ability to synthesize information, set and execute on strategic and tactical objectives
  • Strong contributor and effective team player with ability to deliver in fast paced environment with tight deadlines and multiple demands
  • Intellectually curious with the ability to take initiative and deliver results in a matrixed global organization
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Communications Strategy Job Description

Job Description Example
Our growing company is looking for a communications strategy. Please review the list of responsibilities and qualifications. While this is our ideal list, we will consider candidates that do not necessarily have all of the qualifications, but have sufficient experience and talent.
Responsibilities for communications strategy
  • Serve as writer/editor and support development of internal communication with a heavy focus on strategy and leadership programs and materials
  • Partner with internal customers to develop storyboards, scripts and budgets that further illustrate our strategy, produce, film and edit videos
  • Effectively manage the development and execution of multiple communications tactics at once
  • Manage communications activities for Norcross and act as a backup for Richmond, including email newsletters, local emails, digital signage and event communication support
  • Ensure consistent messaging of all communications vehicles, leveraging the full array of communications solutions (face to face, electronic, print, video)
  • Collaborate in the development of the cross functional team’s editorial calendar that supports overall communications objectives and track content throughout the year to provided ongoing assessment of key message support
  • Evaluate, measure and distribute results on the effectiveness of internal communications programs using platforms such as Survey Monkey
  • Use various feedback and results to strengthen the planning and execution of future programs
  • Research subject matter and prepare point papers to senior DoD
  • Create consistent marketing voice and toolkit for local marketing teams to leverage with our acquiring partners in proprietary and newly repatriated markets
Qualifications for communications strategy
  • Excited to work in a high-paced, high visibility unit in the firm
  • Self-starter, driven and passionate is an absolute must
  • Ability to establish and work with cros functional teams, including non-US audiences
  • Some travel may be required, position based in San Francisco
  • 8+ years marketing communications experience in a corporate environment highly desirable
  • Tie all of the company’s digital aspects together in support of the corporate vision -- including end-to-end strategy, design and implementation of the company's digital roadmap
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Communications Strategy Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is growing rapidly and is looking for a communications strategy. Thank you in advance for taking a look at the list of responsibilities and qualifications. We look forward to reviewing your resume.
Responsibilities for communications strategy
  • Lead/support ad-hoc projects to deepen engagement with our existing base
  • Evolve roadmap and communications strategy for our Small Merchants
  • Work with Issuers and local marketing teams to shape perception of coverage and card member spend in Small Merchants
  • Partner with local Marketing and business teams and other central teams
  • Develop expertise on external acquiring landscape and marketing opportunities/best practices
  • Build and manage relationships with key internal stakeholders
  • BA/BS required in English, Journalism, Communications, or similar field preferred
  • A minimum of 8+ years of professional experience with a minimum of 6 years of experience in corporate communications, internal communications, and/or communications project management roles
  • Outstanding and proven writing, editing and grammar skills required
  • Extensive experience in the planning, development and execution of corporate communication programs across a global enterprise required
Qualifications for communications strategy
  • Be accountable for driving website traffic, sales, and profitability for respective online campaigns and activities
  • Budget, monitor, and control all costs associated with corporate-wide digital marketing programs, initiatives and pilot projects
  • Speak multiple business languages (IT, marketing, strategy, finance), including the language of P&Ls, KPIs, and change management and the language of web developers
  • Develop a digital strategy mission statement and be able to deliver it in a 30-second explanation
  • Devise and execute social strategies that grow brand loyalty and advocacy on social networks
  • Travel extensively to the Netherlands and other key locations around the world
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Communications Strategy Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is looking to fill the role of communications strategy. If you are looking for an exciting place to work, please take a look at the list of qualifications below.
Responsibilities for communications strategy
  • Savvy, creative and comfortable with the administration and use of technology required
  • Owning and managing the relationship with all Wealth lines of business (LoB) and Shared Services functions
  • Working with the Wealth federated communications team to lead, develop, support and maintain integrated tools in the Wealth intranet sites
  • Developing content for Wealth intranet sites, while creating and implementing an "employee self-serve roadmap" to facilitate enhanced content creation
  • Providing thought leadership on the user experience design of the intranet
  • Ensuring resource centres housed on the Wealth intranet are aligned with strategic messages and maintain a consistent look and feel
  • Reviewing content and providing recommendations on channel(s) of best fit (i.e., Intranet vs
  • Identifying and implementing enhancements and capabilities to drive improvements to the Wealth intranet's functionality/navigation/usability
  • Serving as a subject matter expert on Wealth iIntranet operations, including reporting and monitoring of usage
  • Drive the region’s strategic planning process for the region, including strategic advice and guidance for the RLT on the macro, micro and competitor landscape
Qualifications for communications strategy
  • Some understanding of the asset management business
  • Strong interpersonal, leadership, written and oral communication skills
  • Direct the development, management and implementation of online marketing and digital communications strategies to meet sales and retention goals
  • B.A./B.S., M.A./M.S./M.B.A
  • Expertise and strong research track record in neuroscience
  • Understanding of complex research landscapes globally, ability to work transversally in highly matrixed teams, and connect internal and external colleagues productively
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Communications Strategy Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is looking to fill the role of communications strategy. If you are looking for an exciting place to work, please take a look at the list of qualifications below.
Responsibilities for communications strategy
  • Develop a method for internal teams to submit Internal Communications for distribution
  • Utilize internal communications to reinforce Stonyfield's culture, mission and values
  • Design a framework and structure to communicate the business strategy and priorities in a simple, clear, consistent manner to all employees
  • Manage internal publications (newsletters, emails, intranet, social media)
  • Utilize events to inform, mobilize and engage Stonyfielders around the business mission (i.e., plan communications to be shared at events)
  • Animate day to day engagement within the business - including facilitating employee groups
  • Manage day-to-day operational tasks and follow-up on successful completion
  • Participate in project initiatives under the guidance of the respective Program Lead
  • Demonstrate a high level of innovation and initiative in identifying, responding to, and resolving challenges at hand
  • Support the development and execution of the global Catalysts digital strategy
Qualifications for communications strategy
  • Team player with strong interpersonal skills, including the ability to effectively collaborate with colleagues
  • Outstanding and proven writing, editing and grammar skills
  • Familiar with the use and development of branding guidelines, templates
  • Savvy, creative and comfortable with the administration and use of technology
  • Demonstrated knowledge of different content management systems and platforms for internal communications (SharePoint, Chatter, ), external platforms and systems (CrownPeak)
  • Ability to present and express ideas and information clearly and concisely in a manner appropriate to audience, whether verbal or written

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