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Change Comms Assistant Manager - 12 Month FTC

Date: Nov 19, 2020

Location: London, United Kingdom

Company: KPMG UK

Joining KPMG means joining a talented team of exceptional colleagues who bring innovative thoughts and a natural curiosity to the work they do each day. No one type of person succeeds at KPMG; a diverse business requires diverse personalities, characters and perspectives. here really is a place for you here.


The Team

This role sits within the Transformation team in Internal Communications (IC). The IC team supports the business in two ways: through multi-channel editorial, publishing and production; and by business partnering to provide communications support to a variety of Transformation-focused projects.

The successful candidate must have experience of internal communications that drives employee engagement. The role involves working with both the team and internal clients to source meaningful internal information which brings to life transformation programmes spanning HR, ITS, Risk, Market Development, property and facilities.

This is an exciting opportunity for someone with two to three years of relevant experience, interested in furthering their career in internal communications across the full range of internally focused activities.


The Role - Responsibilities

•Work with Change Managers and Transformation Internal Communications Managers within the team to develop meaningful content to support key initiatives within the Transformation function
•Source, write and edit content for key online and print channels, for various audiences that include a variety of change projects
•Manage the employee two-way project communications channels – including Q&As, Functional mailboxes and SharePoint sites, ensuring information is up to date, accurate and approved
•Measure the success of communication initiatives and channels, providing project metrics and stratus updates for daily project calls as required – and use this information to shape future plans
•Manage creative / production briefs, working alongside in-house providers to deliver collateral that meets project objectives and are delivered on time and on budget
•Take responsibility for channel management for each project, creating the mailboxes and SharePoint, ensuring distribution lists and shadow email accounts are accessible to deliver leadership messages as per project timeframes
•Support creation of portal pages and content generation, liaising with in-house teams to ensure timeframes are met.


The person

•The role requires a self-motivated individual who has strong copywriting skills, excellent organisational skills and the ability to build relationships across the Firm. They will also have a keen interest in employee engagement with a focus on change and transformation.

Skills required
•Proven experience of clear, accurate, jargon-free writing and editing
•Excellent organisational abilities and attention to detail
•Understanding of change management and what employees would need to know and do
•Applies sound judgement when faced with difficult decisions
•Project management skills, with the ability to self-manage, and prioritise a wide number and variety of tasks to deliver overall objectives
•Ability to develop trusted relationships with the team and internal clients
•Solutions-focused attitude and commitment to a high quality of delivery for our internal clients - not what we can’t do, but what we can do
•A team player with a collaborative approach
•Knowledge of KPMG’s values and business priorities
•Demonstrates drive, enthusiasm, commitment, a willingness to learn and be able to use their own initiative to support the team
•Awareness of current and future trends in internal change communication
•Good social and traditional media knowledge






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