Job Description

We are looking for a Vice President of Corporate Communications to define and establish our brand voice, and lead efforts to bring our story to the world by building strong relationships with key audiences, both externally and internally.

Reporting to the Chief Marketing Officer, the ideal candidate will have a proven record of success building technology brands. The role requires someone with extensive experience growing and guiding a savvy team of curious and determined multi-disciplinary experts, with oversight of corporate communications, media relations, partner communications, investor relations and internal communications.

Responsibilities

  • Oversee development of communications strategy to achieve our core business objectives
  • Create campaigns that drive global awareness and impact of the brand
  • Craft an executive platform for the leadership team that conveys the mission and values of the brand, both internally and externally
  • Lead the corporate communications function, assisting executives with messaging and delivery, and serving as spokesperson where necessary and as appropriate
  • Build and manage a strong communications team with diverse perspective, but singular commitment and focus on a common set of goals and ideas
  • Work with Government Relations to implement short and long-term public policy strategy
  • Lead investor relations and communications strategy
  • Collaborate with peers on the digital team to advise on paid tactics and campaigns
  • Manage internal communications and strategy including company-wide communications initiatives, newsletters, and diversity and inclusion programs
  • Work closely with the product, content and engineering teams, as well as other internal stakeholders, to discover and share stories that further the company’s goals
  • Work closely with Product, Studios, Developer Relations, Cloud, as well as other internal stakeholders and Collaborate with external brand partners to promote our shared endeavors and evangelize mixed reality
  • Stay well ahead of marketing and media trends and contribute new innovative, breakthrough ideas that help the growth of the company

Qualifications: 

  • 15 years of strategic marketing and communications, with deep experience in consumer technology preferred
  • An insatiable interest in technology
  • A track record of building consensus and delivering high-impact global communications initiatives 
  • Proven ability to develop strategy and execute day-to-day tactics
  • Passion for inspiring, creating and telling memorable stories
  • Fearless curiosity, ownership, and accountability
  • A clear demonstration of internal cross-functional partnership and collaboration
  • Exceptional verbal and written communication skills
  • Comfort with changes in a fast-paced start-up environment

 Education

  • BS/BA degree in marketing (or related field) from an accredited college or university

Additional Information

  • All your information will be kept confidential according to Equal Employment Opportunities guidelines.

 

 

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