Communications Content Specialist – European subsidiary of one of the biggest companies in the world (Netherlands)

I have been approached by the European subsidiary of one of the largest companies in the world, to help them find a Communications Content Specialist.

You’ll be part of a broader public affairs team which is responsible for corporate communication and CSR initiatives across Europe; positively positioning the company in the communities it operates in. Your specific remit will including designing and creating quality multimedia content for a variety of platforms, in line with the the business’ comms strategies.

As such the team is looking for an expert storyteller, with a strong knowledge of content trends, both in text and multimedia. As well as someone with exceptional written communication skills, and a high attention to detail.

On a day to day basis your responsibilities will include:
– developing creative content strategies to effectively reach the desired target audiences
– proofreading and editing articles, speeches, presentations, social media content and other content forms
– tracking content analytics and taking these statistics to proactively improve communications plans and content deliverables
– working with a content management system to publish, edit and update content
– serve as a brand guardian to maximise brand exposure and ensure all messaging, brand signage, and other collaterals are meeting company branding guidelines
– align and work with key regional stakeholders, to develop best practices that build capability across the European market.

The role will be based full time in the Netherlands and require someone whose career has been in Europe to ensure familiarity with its political and business landscape. An excellent standard of written and spoken English is also essential. As a guide to the level you’re looking at up to 70k euros base salary, plus bonus and benefits.

Other facts and figures:
– all employees go in on a 12 month contract initially. It is common practice for them to subsequently become permanent
– you get to work nine days per fortnight (the entire office is closed every other Friday), with one day a week from home
– previous experience in the energy sector may be useful, but is not essential.