Communications Manager

Job type:
on-site
Start:
ASAP
Duration:
3 months
From:
Project Partners
Place:
Yorkshire
Date:
10/11/2012
Country:
flag_no United Kingdom
project ID:
432786

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My Financial Services client based in London requires a Communications Manager to assist a key change programme.

To coordinate the delivery of customer and colleague communications to support the build of a new bank, to ensure they are aware of what changes will affect their accounts and products throughout the life cycle of the programme.

Key Responsibilities
- Ensure that there is a clearly defined approach for their area of communications and training delivery and that this is understood by all stakeholders within the business.
- Understand the benefits of the project and how their specific area of responsibility contributes to the overall delivery of these benefits.
- Report project progress and recommending actions to the Senior Comms Manager.
- Support the Senior Project Manager in managing the stakeholder Matrix accordingly ensuring buy in from all areas

Experience
- Strong facilitation, presentation and communication skills.
- Proficient project management skills and experience of working in a fast-paced project environment.
- Strong influencing and negotiation skills and pro-active senior stakeholder management skills.
- A flexible approach to working pattern, ability to manage own workload with minimal supervision and willingness to travel when required.

Previous experience within Financial Services is mandatory, as well as a comprehensive understanding of the current financial market.

Experience of working in a role focused on delivering training & communications also mandatory.

Rate: £360

Contract: 3 months Initial

Location: Halifax

If you feel this role is a good match for your skill sets then please submit your CV detailing your current availability and location etc. Many thanks.

Project Partners is part of Hydrogen Group.