Executive Recruit have another Communications Director job vacancy for a London based client – handled by our South East office.
Direct our clients’ communications activities as they seek to maintain and enhance their reputation in the financial services industry.
Our clients are long established in the sector, providing a range of financial services to businesses and individuals. In today’s climate of increasing regulation and accountability, they are seeking to appoint a Communications Director to ensure their successful representation internally and externally.
Demonstrable experience in successful reputation management is a must, along with effective media relations and representation, and an extensive list of contacts. Assuming responsibility for all internal and external stakeholder engagement and employee relations, you will report to the Operations Director. Our clients’ business change programmes need to be communicated effectively, with best practice promoted at all times.
You will lead the development of the organisation’s entire communications strategy, ensuring its adoption at all levels. Our clients are heavily involved with social media, so experience in this and other facets of online communications will put candidates in good stead for this highly rewarding, vibrant role.
Passionate about news, communications and collaboration, you will utilise your experience to continuously strengthen our clients’ reputation, managing crises effectively and ensuring that all communications are aligned to the same goals and tone. Fully versed in technology, media and communications techniques, you will provide strong leadership and planning skills, outstanding presentation skills and a hunger to push boundaries.
With a salary of up to £120k for high calibre candidates with a solid understanding of the financial services market, this visible role presents an excellent career development opportunity.
To apply you must be legally entitled to work in the UK. Candidates currently registered with Executive Recruit or associated companies will automatically be considered.