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Internal Communications Executive

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We're looking for an Internal Communications Executive to help develop and execute internal and executive communication strategies to inform employees of company initiatives and events and to heighten employee morale and engagement

Primary Responsibilities

• Creates and implements executive communications strategy for business unit CEO and executive team based on business needs/objectives. Produces proposals, plans, schedules, speeches, emails, presentations, talking points, manager toolkits, announcements, FAQs, intranet articles, web pages, etc.

• Manages internal communications for business unit, in collaboration with internal clients. Provides communication consulting, planning, project management, writing, editing and creative direction.

Delivers communication plans, key messages, and distribution. Creates HR communications that are specific to business unit.

• Responsible for change communication for company integration, field restructures, operating model changes, acquisitions, reductions in force, business wins, technology implementations, leadership changes, etc.

• Leverages best practices and monitors the effectiveness of communications, adjusting the strategy as appropriate to achieve goals.

• Uses a variety of media, tactics and channels to provide audience-appropriate information across the company in a consistent format.

• Remains up to date on the insurance and financial industries and issues affecting the company, its employees, customers, and shareholders

• Manages contractor(s) and leads project teams.

The above responsibilities do not limit the assignment of work. They are not to be construed as a complete list of the responsibilities normally to be performed in the role or those occasionally assigned outside and employee’s normal responsibilities.

Required qualifications

Preferred qualifications may be added to those required for job postings by Talent Acquisition.

• Bachelor’s degree in Journalism, Communications or related field of study or equivalent work experience

• Minimum of 10 years experience in corporate communications


• Ability to generate alternative approaches

• Demonstrated effective interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills

• Demonstrated effective presentation skills

• Ability to interact internally with all levels of employees within company and externally with customers

• Ability to interact with executive leadership to influence decisions

• Ability to work closely across departments on projects

• Strong active listening skills to understand the situation before providing options for resolution

• Ability to clearly define roles and organize resources necessary to achieve plans

• Knowledgeable in the use of a PC and the Microsoft Office Suite

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