About the job:
As a Communications Director, you maintain a positive image of your company in the eyes of the media and people. You make sure that the advertisements and marketing campaigns portray the company favorably. You also raise awareness among public about the company.
As a Communications Director, you will have to:
- Handle any crisis in a calm manner
- Be comfortable multi-tasking
- Constantly think of ways to improve the image of the Company or Organization you are working for
As a Communications Director, you will get to:
- Plan and implement creative campaigns and/or initiatives
- Inspire other people through your campaigns and/or initiatives
- Expand your network of contacts because you deal with many people
- 40-50 hours per week
- 10-20% evenings & weekends
As a Communications Director, you may work long hours to meet deadlines. You may also travel to make speeches, attend events and meet other people.
Are you the right fit?
- Understanding what you hear
- Understanding written information
- Expressing yourself verbally
- Communicating your ideas in writing
- Problem Sensitivity
- Fluency of ideas
- Reasoning & Problem Solving
Will you make money?
- You need a Bachelor’s degree in Public Relations, Journalism, Business, English, Communications or a related field to start career as a Communications Director. If you have experience writing in a school newspaper or leading a team, that could be an advantage for your career.
There is a small fee of $75 for participating in this activity, which also includes a meal, a take home certificate, and more.
For questions, please email [email protected]
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