About Clearwater Analytics®

Clearwater Analytics® is a global SaaS solution for automated investment data aggregation, reconciliation, accounting, and reporting. Clearwater helps thousands of organizations make the most of investment portfolio data with cloud-native software and client-centric servicing. Every day, investment professionals worldwide trust Clearwater to deliver timely, validated investment data and in-depth reporting.

Clearwater aggregates, reconciles, and reports on more than $3.5 trillion in assets across many Fortune 500 clients.

Position Details

It is an exciting time at Clearwater Analytics. We have many opportunities available to us to drive accelerated growth. We have recently launched a Transformation Office to drive our strategic roadmap in support of our vision for the future. The Transformation Office will drive the execution of our strategic initiatives aimed at driving the organizational scale, operational efficiency, and data-driven decisions required to enable the growth and customer service we are targeting.

To support the Transformation Office, we are hiring a Senior Communications Specialist. The Senior Communications Specialist is a critical role to support the communications, change management, and training required to drive the awareness, understanding, and adoption of the strategic initiatives in support of the transformation strategy and roadmap. The Senior Communications Specialist will report directly to Clearwater’s Chief Transformation Officer.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Work directly with the Chief Transformation Officer, the Transformation Office, and the strategic initiatives to absorb strategic, operational, and organizational information to prepare easily understandable and compelling messaging / communications related to Clearwater’s transformation
  • Support the strategic initiatives by creating collaterals for select key outputs and deliverables, including templates for client presentations, training materials, stakeholder presentations, etc.
  • Oversee calendar of communication messages and events in support of the Transformation Office
  • Work closely with HR, Marketing, and other key stakeholders to synchronize communications across other company activities, events, and announcements
  • Ensure Clearwater branding and messaging is incorporated into all communications and other collaterals related to the transformation
  • Support good knowledge management practices over the collaterals created to improve awareness, access, and usability of content
  • Provide expertise and insight to the Transformation Office in how best to drive the change across Clearwater to achieve and sustain results

Requirements:

  • Demonstrated ability to listen, understand, and craft effective communication strategies and content
  • Exceptional written and oral communication skills
  • Output-oriented
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Expert knowledge in MS Word and MS PowerPoint
  • 8+ years in a communications, training, teaching, or other communications related role

DESIRED EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS

  • Ability to think big picture, but also get into the operational details of what’s required to execute
  • Customer focused with good interpersonal skills
  • Ability to manage and adapt to multiple priorities
  • Experience working with companies undergoing transformation or significant change
  • 2+ years experience in project manager/ coordinator, consultant, or similar services role
  • Experience working with technology and/or services intensive business

 

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