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Posted on: 19 January 2023
As a Communications Manager, you will receive a competitive basic salary of up to £45,000 depending on experience, as well as some amazing company benefits, including;
We have an fantastic opportunity for a skilled and driven communications manager with experience of leading and delivering change programmes, including operational and cultural change.
You’ll have excellent people skills, with the ability to put colleagues at the heart of decisions and communications, as well as a strategic thinker and fantastic storyteller to engage our colleagues on upcoming changes.
As Communications Manager your main priority will be leading internal communications for our exciting transformation programme, however as part of a small team you’ll also lead on other campaigns, and support group level projects giving you opportunity for growth and development.
To be successful in this role you’ll need demonstrated experience of change management, excellent writing skills, creative thinking, the ability to influence senior leaders and experience of delivering engaging comms campaigns within a large multi-site organisation.
You’ll be joining at an exciting time for our business and will need the ability to get up to speed quickly and take ownership of leading transformation comms.
This is an influential role working alongside passionate and empowered colleagues, working for one of the leading automotive retailers in the UK and some of the best car brands in the world.
This is a home-based remote role with some ad-hoc travel as required.
The contract length is 18 months.
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