£34k - 38k per year
020 7820 7305
about 1 year ago
Are you passionate about communications and the environment? Are you looking for a role that uses your skills in strategic communications to make a difference? Do you have an understanding of Investor relations or financial markets?
You will be a results-oriented self-starter with strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work autonomously as well as part of a wider global team. The successful candidate will lead, develop and implement integrated multi-channel global communications strategies and plans, in line with strategic plans and the needs of our target audiences.
Required skills and experience:
Strong experience of developing multi-channel communications plans;
Strong PR experience and demonstrable knowledge of international media, including business, investor, trade and environment media;
Experience in the fields of financial markets and/or investor relations;
Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to develop and nurture relationships both internally and externally, including complex multi-stakeholder relationships;
Strong analytical mind with the ability to turn complex information into compelling stories and content;
Strong copy-writing and editing skills;
Extensive experience in promoting content on a wide range of digital and traditional platforms;
An understanding of or interest in financial markets and the ability to process complex information;
Excellent team skills and the flexibility to work across the business and with global offices;
Excellent time management skills and an ability to meet deadlines under pressure and manage multiple project and stakeholder demands simultaneously;
Salary and benefits: 34,000 - 40,000 per annum, annual discretionary bonus (depending on company performance), 30 days holiday, generous non-contributory pension provision, life assurance and others.
To apply please email your CV to Hannah.firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The firm deadline is 8am on Monday 7 October, but please get in touch now, to avoid disappointment.