Business Excellence Communications Lead at Microsoft
Business Excellence Communications Lead Details
June 25, 2019, 5:26 p.m.
Business Programs & Operations
Microsoft Team Means
What Joining the Microsoft Team Means Telling stories that help people fall in love with Microsoft and the things we make. Developing credibility and defending our brand and unique point of view across our priorities. Expanding our audience by broadening our outlet mix, and increasing our investment in amplified communications. Engaging employee ambassadors and broader range of new influencers. Experimenting in new mediums like visual storytelling, podcasts, and new channels. Increasing global storytelling by using data and insights and featuring local customers. Respond quicklying, being adaptable, and learning.
The Impact You'll Be Making Communication Strategy Setting and Planning: 15% Storytelling and Messaging for both Earned and Owned Media: 20% Media Strategy and Relations: 20% Crisis, Issues, and Change Management Communications: 20% Digital Communications Partnership and Collaboration: 15% Employee communications: 10%
Who We Are Looking For Experiences Required: Education, Key Experiences, Skills and Knowledge: At least 8 – 10 years of proven leadership in developing a corporate image strategy and solid corporate communications experience Awareness of and experience dealing with government and public affairs issues Experience managing media relations Strong project management and communication skills Business background and marketing experience Bachelor's degree (B.S. or B.A.) required with emphasis in journalism, public relations, marketing, or communications Knowledge of Microsoft products and the technology