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Senior Corporate Communications Manager

Senior Corporate Communications Manager

  • Location


  • Sector:

    Communications, Permanent

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  • Salary:

    £43,000 - £48,000

  • Contact:

    Sophie Collins

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  • Published:

    almost 3 years ago

  • Expiry Date:


Are you a Corporate Communications Manager with great commercial partnerships experience and a passion for sustainability? My client is a global NGO with a mission to work with consumers, industry, scientists and governments in order to ensure a sustainable future.

As Senior Corporate Communications Manager (global) you will lead on partnership engagement, adding value to large commercial partners and develop a programme of initiatives to profile the organisation’s work.


  • Develop key initiatives to deepen engagement and add value to commercial partnerships
  • Identify and utilise opportunities for organisation and its partners to communicate goals and mission
  • Prepare briefings, speeches, presentation and media materials
  • Manage organisations presence at key international industry and policy events
  • Liaise with regional comms professionals to communicate global strategy and support them with in country roll out
  • Support and work with PR and public affairs colleagues on a daily basis


  • Significant experience working in corporate communications with demonstrable experience working on commercial partnerships
  • Knowledge and experience working with the UN and global NGOs
  • Strong stakeholder management
  • Knowledge, interest and passion for sustainability and the UN’s Sustainable Development Agenda is highly desirable
  • Experience managing strategic communications plans
  • Solid comms experience around events, conferences and managing high-level ambassadors
  • Global experience regionalising communications strategy and working with comms teams in country
  • Experience working in or with global retail partners would be an advantage

Applications close on COP Thursday 14th November