Senior Manager, Corporate Communications and Cause

About GoPro

GoPro makes it easy for people to celebrate and share experiences. We believe life is more meaningful when shared. We build cameras, software, and accessories that help the world share itself in immersive and exciting ways.

GoPro is a global movement whose business is driven by shared experiences. We celebrate diversity. We practice inclusion. We foster belonging. We demand equality. And we share the experiences of individuals and communities who also hold these values as core to who they are. From São Paulo to Munich, Silicon Valley to Shenzhen, we are dedicated to building a company that reflects and honors the diverse global communities where we live, work, and play.

GoPro is seeking a seasoned corporate communications professional for the role of senior manager of communications and cause. The person in this role is responsible for developing and driving a variety of communications programs for GoPro, working with GoPro’s leaders and greater communications team in all stages of communications initiatives -- from concept, positioning and message development through to execution. The ideal candidate can operate proficiently under pressure, while balancing multiple projects at a time, and is flexible when changes arise.

Responsibilities

  • Lead corporate communications functions, including positioning, planning, media relations, asset strategy, press release / blog post / FAQ / presentation creation, crisis, executive and financial communications
  • Ownership of the execution of GoPro’s CSR program, GoPro for a Cause
  • Contribute leadership to GoPro’s Diversity Inclusion & Belonging (DIB) initiatives
  • Manage and respond to incoming media inquiries
  • Manage speaker’s bureau and prepare GoPro leadership on speaking opportunities
  • Identify & develop cross-functional stories about GoPro savvy in engineering, design, HR, legal, marketing, sales, supply chain, etc.
  • Tradeshow and event support
  • GoPro spokesperson

Skills We’re Stoked About

  • A fan and user of GoPro products!
  • Personally aligned with the GoPro brand and company values: Make Friends (be collaborative, inclusive and friendly), Obsessively Serve (put consumer interest first), Harness the Power of Wow (exceed expectations), Stay Agile (be willing to adapt and commit) and Be a Hero (take responsibility and operate with integrity, always).
  • 6-10 years of experience in a variety of communications settings – both in-house and agency
  • Expert-level experience with core corporate communications functions (media relations, writing, positioning, executive coaching, etc.)
  • Excellent spoken and written communication skills and the ability to craft and deliver corporate-level technology and business messaging
  • A passion for and experience with corporate social responsibility
  • Creative thinker, persistent, resourceful
  • Enjoys uncovering corporate storytelling opportunities and identifying the places these stories can be told
  • Strong organizational skills, with the ability to plan and execute media events and to manage GoPro’s relationships with media within the U.S.
  • Existing relationships with tech and business press
  • Experience managing product launches and leading press campaigns
  • Experience working with C-suite executives

GoPro Highlights

  • Fully-stocked kitchen with snacks galore
  • Live it. Eat it. Love it. – Two dedicated hours during your week to explore your passions and capture it with your GoPro.
  • Get your very own GoPro (Mounts and accessories included)
  • Discounted employee stock purchase plan (ESPP)
  • 401(K) matching
  • Discretionary Time Off
  • 12 weeks paid Parental Leave for new parents
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance – premiums are 100% paid for employees, 80% paid for dependents
  • Life insurance and disability benefits
  • Employee commuter shuttles

 

GoPro is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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