Corporate Communications Developer
Often encompassing tasks as writer/editor, this role
also involves designing and coordinating corporate communications under existing
policies and procedures (or creation of the same). Usually involves interfacing
with an existing marketing/public relations department or agency. May involve
monitoring of company media, implementing/utilizing electronic publishing technology,
cataloging documents, managing multiple projects, producing and publishing materials,
estimating production costs, and working with or supervising other writers/editors.
The scope of this role involves writing, editing, proofreading,
and editing a variety of copy or documents. May include planning/preparing documents/stories
for dissemination; coordinating company publications including articles, artwork,
verifying facts, giving final approval, et cetera; and/or developing, implementing,
and maintaining editorial policies and standards. Often includes research and
verifying facts and/or overseeing work done by reporters or other writers.
Research, develop, investigate, and write news stories
(scripts) through interviews, observation, and library and/or online resources.
Determines tone and intended audience of story(ies). Investigates and determines
the validity of news story leads. Role may involve special assignments for in-depth
investigation of issues, trends, and/or processes.
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