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Client Director of Employee Engagement for a global communications strategy consultancy in Central London. £150,000 + package

Central London

150,000+package

 

The Director of Employee Experience and Change will be a key member of the growing Employee Experience team.  This new role offers the opportunity to build the offering while helping to design and implement strategic employee communications and change management solutions for clients across EMEA.

Our client is a leading global communications consultancy across 65 cities worldwide. They work with many of the world’s largest & emerging businesses and organisations to promote and protect their brands and organisations.

We are looking for the right candidate to take the EE practise to the next level bringing exceptional knowledge of the latest strategies, tactics and channels to reach, engage and involve employees and build trust.  Working alongside other members of the regional and global EE teams to build and grow the offering, drive new business and establish our client as a leader for Employer Experience in the EMEA region.

 

Skill set you will have for success:

Significant experience in the EE space from measurement and employee sentiment analysis to creative content, internal communications, ways of working, recognition and talent management initiatives.

Strong change management experience and skill, particular in relation to the employee journey through change; ideally with experience on a recognised case study.

Excellent written and verbal communications skills

Superb consultative skills- listening to understand, translating the complex into simple, turning concepts into plans.

Well-honed new business skills – selling ideas and recommendations as well as the ability to provide market insights, business analytics to grow the practise.

Project management – experience and capability to manage large projects.

HR/employee experience – knowledge and experience of core employee experience products such as internal communications employer brand and employee value proposition.