Robinhood is changing the way America invests. We believe our financial system should work for everyone and not just a few. We offer commission-free trading for stocks, ETFs, options, and cryptocurrencies—all in one, user-friendly platform. Since our public launch in 2015, we’ve enabled millions of people to participate in the markets, cementing us as the fastest-growing brokerage ever.
About the Role
Our communications team is looking for its first team member dedicated to corporate communications. This person will shape Robinhood’s corporate narrative, highlight business momentum, and elevate our executive team as needed. Reporting into our Head of Communications, you will set and execute communications strategies for critical business announcements and milestones, establish our tone for various corporate issues, and be a trusted leader within the company. This is a great opportunity to join one of the most exciting companies with lots of media attention as the fourth person on the communications team.
In this role, you’ll:
Communicate closely with top business, technology, and financial media about our business growth and model
Collaborate with multiple teams across the company such as Product, Engineering, Legal, Compliance, People, and Marketing
Be a trusted advisor to our Co-CEOs
Strategically identify opportunities for the company to create or join public conversations to shape viewpoints
Handle proactive and reactive communications around topics related to security, privacy, employment and culture, regulation, and more
Develop communications plans around sensitive matters, and execute as needed
Create executive communications plans for our founders and key spokespeople, and support them ahead of and during interviews and at select conferences
Support the larger communications team, in coordination with our People team, around internal communications (internal messaging, knowledge-sharing, culture-building, All-Hands, tough questions, policy changes, and more)
Support the larger communications team on other announcements
Manage agency partners as needed
Create communications materials (blog posts, press pitches, media lists, messaging documents, statements, briefing materials, and more)
Some things we consider critical to being a strong Corporate Communications candidate:
6-9 years of communications or public relations experience in-house or at a top agency
Stellar written and verbal communication skills
Existing relationships with technology and business press
Ability to juggle multiple projects with different (and often changing) deadlines
Note to Recruiters and Placement Agencies: Robinhood does not accept unsolicited agency resumes. Robinhood does not pay placement fees for candidates submitted by any agency other than its approved partners.