JPMorgan Chase & Co,
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Managing Editor, Corporate Employee Communications
The managing editor is responsible for content strategy and creation for many of the firm’s corporate intranet destinations including Company Home and many of its sub-pages and blogs. The managing editor is also responsible for Ink, the monthly employee newspaper and the soon-to-be launched Ink mobile app, as well as managing the team that supports these channels.
Creating engaging content requires excellent writing, clear thinking, a knack for capturing “voice” and good storytelling. To be successful in this role, you must have a proven ability to write, design and edit print and online employee communications with the goal of inspiring, informing and engaging our more than 200,000 employees around the world. Content must be clear, concise and accessible to people at all levels, from new hires to seasoned executives. A deep appreciation of user analytics and employee engagement trends will also help create success in this role.
The role requires a top-notch editor who can create and help drive the strategy for delivering content across multiple channels – web, mobile, email, print and digital signage. The successful candidate will know how to identify subject matter experts, ask the right questions and explain complex ideas clearly and succinctly, as well as present content visually with a strong eye for design, art and photography.
Strong interpersonal skills are important, as this role interacts with communications colleagues across lines of business, functions and the globe, senior leaders across the company and employees at large, to source articles to feature daily on Company Home, stories for the Ink print/digital newspaper and regular postings for the JPMC Blog.
Your primary duty will be to lead the overall content strategy for corporate employee communications. You’ll make decisions on daily and weekly content lineup and determine long term content strategy. You’ll write/edit news stories, coordinating with sources/clients to secure final content approval. You’ll manage the weekly story schedule for CoHo, the monthly schedule for Ink (produced 10Xyear) and the ongoing lineup for the JPMC Blog (often coinciding with senior management trips and the firm’s heritage months).
The Managing Editor will also be responsible for driving the final development, distribution strategy and successful launch of the Ink mobile app, in partnership with our app vendor and technology and web colleagues.
Lastly, you will partner with the head of the group to manage business resiliency communications as needs arise.
• plan, create, edit and publish engaging editorial content across the channels described above
• manage a team with editorial and content creation responsibilities
• develop and execute the editorial strategy
• deliver new content daily and manage editorial calendars
• drive engagement strategy for the company home page and mobile app including look and feel and content elements
• be a strong partner who can work cross-functionally with key individuals in each business function/LOB across the regions to drive content strategy with an eye toward “premiering” stories on Company Home with broad employee appeal
• be an excellent proofreader and writer with the ability to write in a fresh, modern, punchy voice with headlines that draw readers in
• become an expert in writing in the CEO’s voice
• develop deep understanding of our CMS to facilitate and develop engaging story layouts
• Serve as a leading voice on the Intranet Steering Committee, and help drive employee communications towards an omnichannel, digital-first model
• handle special assignments as needed
The successful candidate will have these skills:
• At least 7 years of experience in a communication and writing-focused communications role.
• Superb writer, editor and proofreader.
• Experience in visual communications, including graphics and video.
• High level of experience with intranet design, management and content development.
• Experience in developing, managing and writing for mobile apps.
• Expertise in Microsoft Office, SharePoint, Photoshop. Additional software skills (Adobe, Photoshop,InDesign, HTML) a plus.
• Ability to understand and use metrics and analytics to measure success and drive desired outcomes.
• Strong interpersonal, relationship-building and collaboration skills.
• Clear thinker, strong news judgment and strong team player who is comfortable with ambiguity and calm in chaos.
• Adaptable to a fast-paced environment and able to manage multiple projects/assignments, stringent deadlines and changing priorities while delivering high quality products.
• Superb multi-tasking and time management skills. (This position receives numerous emails from employees across the globe each day).
• Strategic thinker with ability to see big picture and propose new ideas for ways of engaging audience.
• Desire to learn and stay ahead of what is new and next in terms of content development and delivery.
• Ability to work under pressure, prioritizing and juggling tasks to meet daily deadlines.
• Bachelor's degree in journalism, communications or public relations preferred.
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