These job descriptions are examples. Looking for work?

Find JobsFind Jobs

Communications Consultant

0 people like this description

The Communications Consultant will be the primary editorial resource for our client’s Intranet site. Individual must have strong writing and editing skills, impeccable attention to detail, ability to translate audience insight into strategic solutions and a capacity to juggle unanticipated urgent needs with ongoing long-term programs.

Fundamental Components/Job Description:

The Communications Consultant must be a self-starter interested in a dynamic environment and challenging work. This role is the lead editor and writer for the Intranet site. The consultant will need to be comfortable working with online publishing tools. Key responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:

• Provide internal communications strategy and execution to achieve business objectives, with specific emphasis on building an engaged and informed employee population. May involve giving feedback or providing more hands-on support.

• Synthesize business strategies into communications by proactively identifying and pursuing relevant opportunities to strengthen employee awareness and understanding of the total “employer value proposition.”

• Strengthen connection between subsidiary initiatives and corporate-level initiatives by building relationships, integrating strategies, connecting the dots between messages, timing and activities, and keeping abreast of multiple communication initiatives across the company.

• Deliver results that support annual operating plans and strategic initiatives. Measure effectiveness, actively review results; demonstrate adjustments made to improve effectiveness.

• Write, edit and distribute all kinds of communication on short notice and as part of long-term initiatives.

• Proactively and consistently make connections to the larger enterprise context, including opportunities to coordinate content with the Health Section.

• Ensure that the Intranet content is error-free, accurate, appropriately approved and consistent with the company’s core values.

• Develop communication strategies using best practices, innovative ideas and audience insight.

• Integrate strategies, and connect the dots between messages, timing and activities being carried out by other communication professionals.

• Identify and resolve communication needs for complex technical, operational or organizational problems.

• Set priorities for or with project teams, including developing and delivering communication plans and supporting necessary work.

• Understand and support the company’s brand.

• Commitment to measuring effectiveness, actively reviewing results and willingly making adjustments to improve effectiveness.

These job descriptions are examples. Looking for work?

Find JobsFind Jobs