At Dynamic Signal, we’ve always been committed to helping organizations succeed through better employee communication and engagement. But as our own workforce expands, we need to grow the team that crafts and supports our global employee communication efforts – someone who can tell compelling stories, connect executives to our people, and explain complex issues in simple ways.
As our new Internal Communication Coordinator, you’ll oversee our employee communication and engagement platform. You’ll be a ringmaster of sorts, keeping a lot of important information and digital plates spinning every day. The position will be part-time (20 hours).
You’ll ensure the right internal messages make their way into the right hands (and on the mobile or desktop devices of our employees’ choosing since that’s the way we roll). You’ll clear high hurdles of what’s commonly known as “content management,” but we know as the regular sharing of leadership messages, product updates, videos that highlight our awesome colleagues, and ideas from the sharp and savvy minds of our workforce.
You’ll impact the collective voice of the Dynamic Signal team on external social channels by curating meaningful content we can all learn from and share, working to keep our online reputation and expertise as strong as it is today.
The best part – you’ll be doing it all in real time and with best-in-class technology. Analytics, reporting tools and a supportive leadership team (including the Senior Director, Communication Expert you’ll be reporting to) will help you zoom in on what’s working and what’s not.
If this sounds like you, let’s talk…soon. Our continued ability to connect, engage and activate employees and organizations all around the world needs you!
The ideal Internal Communication Coordinator possesses the following characteristics and attributes:
- Strategic application of creative thinking and sound judgment.
- Proven track record of leadership, collaboration and ability to introduce a company-wide project.
- Ease in working with all levels of leadership and types of job roles.
- Consistent ability to deliver high quality, creative, integrated content and compelling videos and stories.
- Excellent verbal, interpersonal, visual and written communication skills.
- Solid problem-solving abilities and deadline driven.
- Expert at message integration and alignment.
- Able to work in a fast-paced, start-up culture.
- Organized, reliable and flexible
The ideal Internal Communication Coordinator will possess the following work experience and skills:
Working toward or have a Bachelor’s degree in liberal arts, communication, journalism, marketing or related field.
Ideally one to three years’ experience in internal communications and/or employee engagement.
Working knowledge of AP (Associated Press) Style.
Skilled in social media, mobile communication, digital communication, interviewing, storytelling.
Project management that includes planning, organizing, engaging appropriate resources, and adjusting as necessary to ensure success.
Analytical skills to track, measure and report relevant metrics.