- Entry level
- No Education
- Salary to negotiate
- UNITED KINGDOM, GB
The BMC function has an important role to play in helping to achieve EY’s Vision 2020 ambition to become the leading global professional services organization. We work hand in hand with the business to take services and solutions to market; bring our purpose, building a better working world, to life for our people, clients and communities; engage our people and build a high performing culture; and to build the commercial value and emotional resonance of the EY brand.
BMC is led globally by Karen Hopkins. The function is made up of around 2,000 professionals, working across the Executive and Regions in the following areas of specialism: Brand; Marketing; PR/Media Relations & External Communications; Internal Communications & Employee Engagement; Corporate communications.
BMC also includes a number of teams who are responsible for content development, editorial, webcasts, events-staging, strategy, planning and operations. Through the collective power of BMC, and the other teams and specialists we work with, we aim to build a better working world by driving commercial value through distinctive marketing and communications that deliver measurable market impact.
Function: Brand, Marketing & Communications (BMC)
Sub Function: Global Assurance, Internal Communications & Employee Engagement
Job Rank: Assistant Director
Location: EMEIA (Preferred location London, UK)
As a Brand, Marketing and Communications (BMC) program lead in Assurance, you’ll work closely with our Assurance Talent team and Global BMC Talent team on internal communications programs. This includes providing both strategic and hands-on communication support for employee engagement and change initiatives for the more than 88,000 Assurance professionals globally.
In this role, you’ll be responsible for helping build communication programs, content and tools that enable the Assurance Talent team and our Regions to stay connected and aligned on key programs. As a member of the Assurance BMC team, you’ll also focus on helping drive greater effectiveness and alignment among Executive and Regional Talent teams, and will work closely with internal communications team members, as well as others across brand and marketing functions.
Your key responsibilities
You’ll be a catalyst that pulls stakeholders together and your success will be the delivery of a comprehensive, world-class internal communications strategy that aligns to the Assurance Talent team’s and our Global BMC Talent team’s efforts to build stronger engagement with our people and inspire high performance.
To make this happen, you’ll establish a strong internal network, demonstrate a good understanding of the business and influence colleagues to bring your creative vision to life . While part of the Assurance BMC group, your time will be focused on supporting the Assurance Talent group, leveraging the experience you’ve had in developing and implementing communications’ programs that encourage action. You’ll champion leading-edge approaches to communications, including metrics-lead best practices and channel optimization.
And your success will be measured through programs’ key performance indicators, your leadership within the BMC team, feedback from the Talent team and the Firm’s Global People Survey engagement scores.
Skills and attributes for success
Skilled at managing the development and implementation of strategic communications (enable the input, customization and integration of messages in appropriate channels) in a high pace, agile environment
Exceptional communication and networking skills, including the ability to develop working relationships with senior-level stakeholders and influence those stakeholders as a trusted advisor
Outstanding project management skills with strong attention to detail and commitment to delivering the highest quality output
A real team player, who’s comfortable working collaboratively, virtually and independently
To qualify for the role, you must have
Experience in a cross-border internal communications role, successfully managing multiple complex projects at a global level with proven results
A good understanding of the issues impacting the talent agenda of large organisations Proficiency at building networks across complex organizations
Experience with the use of a variety of digital channels to deliver initiatives to target audiences
Ideally, you’ll also have
Accounting and/or finance function experience or exposure
A proven ability to challenge views and perspectives while securing buy-in
A working knowledge of the change management processes and implementation best practices
What we look for
We’re looking for an experienced, high energy communications professional who embraces change and innovation to ensure that we continue to deliver world-class BMC initiatives. As our next BMC program leader for Talent, you’ll help continue to build a culture that