This is a great opportunity to join a fast-paced, fun team who work with every area of the Society. The Colleague Communications Lead – Projects role will help to shape our colleague communications strategy.
The primary focus of the role will involve working with the Colleague Communications Leader and key stakeholders over six months to develop a project plan to deliver our communications strategy.
This role presents a fantastic opportunity to contribute towards the strategy and direction of the Colleague Communications team whilst helping to connect colleagues to the Society, our customers and to each other.
You will contribute to the review and development of a framework of communications channels that will empower colleagues to take more ownership of communication as well as ensure the right messages are shared via the right channels at the right time.
You will work with key stakeholders to develop a communications plan and help to introduce new communications channels to the Society.
As well as shaping plans, you will also deliver communications and be able to translate information into clear and relevant content through a range of different communications channels that help bring messages to life.
You will be focussed on continuous improvement and use insight, data and feedback to inform the plans you are helping to shape.
With experience in a project management role, candidates will bring strong planning and organisational skills as well as an interest in internal communications.
We need people who have a passion for understanding different communication channels and also understanding the different audiences within the Society. The ability to build strong relationships built on trust will be key. You will be curious and have an interest in new and different ways of communicating.
The ability to self-organise and work in a fast paced environment, managing several stakeholders and initiatives at one time is key to this role. You will be a great communicator with the ability to influence and collaborate with key stakeholders across the Society.
About Skipton Building Society
At Skipton Building Society we are not just another Financial Services Institution we are a mutual organisation, which means we are owned by our members and believe in placing them at the heart of everything we do. The same goes for our people. We can only be successful as a business if we have great people and we believe in treating people as individuals. Our values are Trust, Ownership and One Team which reflect the attitudes and way of working everyone here displays on a daily basis, and which are key to the delivery of the outstanding level of personal service we offer our customers.
We’re committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace where every colleague has an opportunity to fulfil their career potential. We respect and appreciate the value that our colleagues’ unique differences can bring and offer consideration for anyone seeking a more flexible work-life balance. If you have a need for flexibility then please let us know.
In return for all your hard work and commitment, you will get the support and recognition you deserve. You can expect a structured training and development programme tailored to your needs. You will also be eligible for the following:
- Competitive Employer pension contribution
- Private medical insurance
- Company paid life assurance scheme
- Company paid Group Income Protection scheme
- 25 days holiday (plus bank holidays and the opportunity to participate in the annual Holiday Trading Scheme to buy/sell extra days)
- Annual discretionary bonus scheme
- Childcare vouchers
- Volunteering days
- Colleague discounts at a range of UK wide retailers, including holidays, restaurants, fashion, days out and more. Accessible via an online platform and mobile app.
- Discounts/cashback on selected products and services
- Employee Assistance Programme
- Diverse culture
Skipton are an equal opportunities employer and we welcome applications from all suitably skilled or qualified applicants, regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/beliefs, sexual orientation or age