Senior Corporate Communications Manager
For us going to work everyday has an even greater purpose than putting the latest product or technology on the market. It’s about improving the everyday lives of millions. By staying humble and open for new ideas – we can push the boundaries for taste, care and well being at home. And to complement that, we need people who can tell a bigger and better story around our long rich heritage, our unrivaled brand portfolio and innovations, re-imagining what life at home can be. That makes for an incredible opportunity for a creative Senior Communications Manager excited about change, and whose passion for the customer experience is infectious.
A Typical Day
Your typical day will be anything but typical: you might be helping leaders to shape their corporate messages or create compelling content. In every case, you have lots to work with: a rich heritage, awards shows, events, innovation, food and home trends. And you’ll know where to take it, across which channels, to where it will resonate most. It’s all about telling an incredible story that begins and ends with better life experiences.
Who You Are
- Curious - You want to know everything about everything.
- Creative - You look at everything from every angle, distilling the core message and putting it together in a way that excites and delights.
- Influential - You know how to structure a case and get people on board.
- Adaptable - With a number of projects running simultaneously, flexibility is essential.
Education and Core Competencies
- At least 8 years of pan- Asian experience in PR, journalism or content generation in an international environment.
- Perfect English & Thai languages, and
- A passion for storytelling.
Keeping you Healthy and Safe
We want you to return home in even better shape than when you started, so we need you to help us do this by making sure you follow a few simple steps. We need you to:
- Make sure you take reasonable care for your own health and safety, and
- Take reasonable care that what you do (or what you don’t do when you should have) doesn’t affect the health and safety of others, and
- Follow reasonable instructions that we might give from time-to-time, such as reporting incidents and hazards, and
- Follow policies or procedures, so long as it’s reasonable and we’ve told you about it, and
- Attend training that helps you to work safely