Critical trends are driving significant changes in workforce management with talent being a strategic priority, emerging technologies (cloud, mobile, social becoming pervasive), employees demanding a greater level of engagement and organizations looking to explicitly link HR process to business performance with analytics. IBM's Talent & Change consulting services help clients build a smarter, more connected workforce with offerings that align to the CHRO priorities and the challenges of buyers from across the C-Suite. If you are ready for the challenge and excitement this growth area offers, we want to talk to you!The Strategic Communications Specialist Provides communications expertise to the team and client and functions as the point of contact for client communications to the stakeholder community. Manages communications plans for the client to ensure optimized outreach to stakeholders to obtain support and buy in for the initiative. Responsible for developing memoranda, newsletters, emails, presentations, communications plans and tools, reports, and other documents as required. A successful strategic communications specialist will have strong client skills, outstanding writing and presentation skills, and an ability to learn the client’s subject matter quickly. The specialist must work extremely well in a team environment with tight deadlines.2252 PSHJ DCHJ
5 years Ability to think strategically and creatively.
5 years Ability to develop plans and solutions to resolve problems and issues.
5 years Ability to effectively plan workload, meet established deliverables, and manage competing priorities.
5 years Working knowledge of web publishing techniques.
3 years Ability to operate effectively in a dynamic, multitasking environment in the face of rapidly changing priorities with a strong commitment to customer satisfaction.
2 years •Demonstrated ability in critical thinking skills and to serve as an adviser to other offices