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Mar 142019
 

Based at the Division’s offices in Schiphol, this role involves building internal campaigns and supporting internal stakeholders to deliver people related communication initiatives across the “Supply Engine” business. Work closely with relevant teams to develop and deliver creative, engaging and impactful communication strategies for all members of the Division, linking the People related roadmap to the ambitions and culture of the whole business Provide strategic communication and change management guidance to the Division’s senior HR and Communications Team Develop impactful communication plans in relation to People priorities, including Engagement, Learning & Talent, Recruitment, HR Operations, Compensation and Benefits, and other relevant teams. These plans will include target audiences, content of messages, timing and communications channels Design and implement People campaigns to increase awareness of key HR-driven programmes and initiatives that shape the employee experience and impact engagement. Coach and guide the Team on communications best practices, strategies and processes. Quickly evaluate and capitalize on timely People communication opportunities. Continually incorporate the latest technologies and best practices to amplify People communication. Support the production of communication collateral, including newsletters, fact sheets, FAQs, Web and social media sites, and events for employees and stakeholders. Actively source, measure and present employee feedback to People Leadership Team in order to adjust their communication for impact and employee engagement Collaborate with Internal Communication colleagues and communicators across the Group to promote global, People-related communications Experience 3+ years’ experience in internal or external communications, developing and executing strategic communication plans Strong experience of communications for employee or corporate audiences   Skills Excellent verbal and written communication and editing skills in English and fluency in another European language particularly German, French, Italian or Spanish would be ideal The cultural agility to work across diverse teams and employee groups Strong organizational and project management skills Ability to translate business strategies into practical solutions that optimize communication channels Ability to influence and align stakeholders and define clear goals and progress Ability to work inde… Original job ad is published on StepStone.nl – For similar jobs, information on employers and career tips visit StepStone.be!

Match criteria: Leisure, Travel & Tourism, Aviation & Aerospace, Logistices and Supply Chain, Researcher, Advertising, 40 hours, Prov. North Holland, Non

Company name: Stepstone NL

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