Our team members are at the heart of our mission, and our Internal Communications team plays a central role in ensuring they are informed and excited about the impact they can have on the world. How? By fostering a great partnership with senior leadership to keep our teams connected and aligned, tapping into our ever-evolving toolkit of communications channels, and constantly coming up with new ways to engage our distributed workforce. If you have a creative mind, a passion for collaboration, the ability to thrive in ambiguity, and a keen sense of how to communicate with purpose, join us.
Who you’re committed to being:
A self-starter. You love to break down communications needs, get the context, understand the expected outcome, and then work within a small yet supportive team to get it done (added bonus: you thrive with ambiguity).
An effective influencer. Working with project leaders and peers alike, people trust your judgment and rely on you for your advice.
Diligent and meticulous. You are comfortable setting expectations, managing timelines and working with your teammates to manage project deliverables from start to finish.
An amazing communicator. Through your audience-centric approach to writing and editing, you transform information into meaningful, cohesive and concise communications.
A standout colleague. You thrive as part of a forward-thinking team that has each other's backs to get things done (and have fun doing it!).
What you’ll own:
Program and event communications. With guidance from your teammates, you will assist in the design and implementation of communications plans (including proof-reading and writing of deliverables) for our global programs and updates.
Intranet content contributor. Working across the business as a "beat reporter" you will seek out and propose compelling stories and updates to share on this key information channel.
Organizational-level communications. With guidance from your teammates, you will help create communications plans and events, to ensure our teams are aligned and inspired.
Company Town Halls. Complete assigned tasks required to schedule, organize and deliver important updates during this important monthly global event.
Data "scientist." Identify trends in data that enable us to be more effective as a communications function (e.g. employee survey results, intranet analytics).
Experience you’ll need:
Requires a minimum of one year of related or equivalent experience; a Bachelor’s degree, or an advanced degree without experience.
Demonstrated success in assisting in the implementation of creative internal (employee) communications strategies that achieved measurable results.
Comfortable working with ambiguity in a fast-paced, ever-evolving environment.
Experience with an intranet platform, Google docs, and Slack a plus.
Bring yourself. Pluralsight is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age or veteran status.