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Corporate Communications Representative - Maddison, MS

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Job Title: Corporate Communications Representative
Location: Maddison, MS 39110


Position Description 

Major purpose:

Representative will focus on building and maintaining a positive public image through various communication mediums and methods. Establish brand management by monitoring Vertex and other industry related media coverage, leverage tools to measure and report analytics to assess reputational risk. Supports key initiatives to promote and achieve a culture of service excellence and employee engagement. 

Major functions:

  • Develops and publishes creative internal communications content across multiple communication mediums (including social platforms), in a timely, impactful, effective manner to support the Vertex culture and employee engagement.
  • Serve as a key corporate spokesperson on a wide range of corporate topics including brand management, customer service, community relations, industry-specific themes, and regulatory compliance issues.
  • Serve as external and internal communication strategist in support of Business Development initiatives.
  • Works along with the Company’s Business Development team in coordinating of trade shows and development of collateral branding of materials
  • Maintains a public relations program designed to create and maintain favorable public image for the company: Plans and directs development and communication of information designed to keep public informed of employer's programs, accomplishments, and formal response to media inquiries.
  • Prepare and coach executives and senior leaders to serve as spokespersons (as required) in preparation for interviews.
  • Utilize social media platforms to enhance the company brand to prospective customers and employees.
  • Ensure employees are apprised of key events and significant business developments.
  • Coordinate, support and/or conduct tours of sites as required to build visibility for the company and strengthen the brand.
  • Assist in managing media presence during on-site events and drafting of materials for media relations use such as press releases, fact sheets, presentations and web pages.
  • Represent the company in community relations activities and support the divisions Community Relations plan.
  • Responsible for updating and maintaining the content of internal Company websites; execute redesign in collaboration with other support departments, when necessary.
  • Supports key initiatives to promote and achieve a culture of service excellence and employee engagement thru the communication of in Employee Value Proposition (EVP).
  • Maintains the highest ethical personal and professional standards.
  • Other projects and initiatives as assigned.

Technical/Functional skills: 

  • 4 or more years of related experience in writing, Communications and Public Relations
  • Strategic, analytical and project management skills.
  • Strong attention to detail and high level of proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite
  • Thorough, proven understanding of media relations and public relations principles
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality of sensitive information.
  • Crisis communications / issues management experience.
  • Familiarity with Government Contracting and/or Service Contract Act
  • Demonstrated ability to work in a customer facing role and as a collaborative member of a diverse team
  • Must be able to obtain and maintain a DoD security clearance.
  • Must be able to work weekends, other shifts and overtime as required.
  • Some travel will be required. 
  • Bachelor's degree in Public Relations, Communications or related field required.

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Maddison, MS
United States of America

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Job Type:
Temp Position
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Posted Date:6/19/2018



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Job Title: Corporate Communications Representative

Location: Maddison, MS

Job Type: Temp Position

Reference ID: 328849

Posted Date: 6/19/2018

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