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CEO Communications Manager (33859)

Branch Manager




Costa Mesa, California, United States

Are you a strong communicator and creative thinker with superlative writing and project management skills? Do you have a strategic and executional mindset that can guide senior leaders in a multi-billion-dollar business while delivering high-value communications results that drive business objectives? We need an entrepreneurial and passionate professional to serve as a trusted communications advisor and implementor for some of our most senior-level executives. If this is you, hit the "Apply Now" button!

What you'll do:

As an integral part of the Deloitte Risk & Financial Advisory Communications team, the CEO Communications Manager will work closely with firm leaders and communications colleagues to plan and execute the CEO communications program.

The successful candidate will be a strong writer, team player, creative thinker, and proactive practitioner with the ability to work with senior executives. This individual will have an execution-oriented mindset with superb organizational skills, and the ability to work at both strategic and tactical levels to deliver high-value communications results.

Examples of responsibilities include:

  • Develop and execute CEO internal communications strategy, in collaboration with the Risk & Financial Advisory Communications leader, communications colleagues, and the Office of the CEO
  • Serve as a strategic advisor to leaders while identifying and implementing creative internal communications programs to engage the 15,000+ person Risk & Financial Advisory practice
  • Write and/or edit leadership communications, effectively capturing the voice and strategic priorities of the leader
  • Serve as liaison to the Office of the CEO, tracking day-to-day communication activities such as speaking engagements, internal communications, media and events
  • Create talking points, remarks, question-and-answer preparation, video scripts and related deliverables in support of the CEO's speaking opportunities and meetings
  • Plan and execute CEO webcasts and live video broadcasts
  • Manage CEO video productions with internal resources and external vendors, including content development and post-production reviews.
  • Provide planning and day-of support for large-scale leadership meetings and town halls
  • Provide internal communications support within other areas of the Risk & Financial Advisory business, as needed
  • Design, track, and report internal metrics and results of initiatives to demonstrate impact

The team

Deloitte's Communications team provides value to the Deloitte US Firms by delivering innovative communications strategies and approaches for internal and external audiences. We build and protect our brand, and help our leaders influence positive behaviors, drive change, reinforce successes, and promote a strong sense of community through coordinated, consistent messaging. From concept to execution, we help our leaders reach their audience and achieve a consistent standard of excellence using proven communication methodologies.

  • Communications professional with a minimum of 7-10 years relevant experience
  • A Bachelor's degree, preferably in Communications, English, Public Relations or Journalism, is required
  • Proven success in developing and executing internal communications strategies for senior executives within a large business, preferably in professional services
  • Ability to communicate effectively with clarity and precision in both written and verbal capacities
  • Broad thinking capable of making connections across the business and taking decisive action
  • Strong writing, editing, and copy-editing skills and previous writing/editing experience in corporate communications, PR, or journalism fields required
  • Strong executive presence and comfort working with and advising senior management
  • Experience in successfully managing and delivering sensitive, crisis, and executive communications requests in a large-scale corporate environment
  • Strong organizational and coordination skills and attention to detail
  • Ability to build strong relationships and maintain a positive composure reflective of the Office of the CEO during leadership meetings
  • Comfortable with ambiguity and change
  • Travel up to 20% (While 20% of travel is a requirement of the role, due to COVID-19, non-essential travel has been suspended until further notice)
  • Must be legally authorized to work in the United States without the need for employer sponsorship, now or at any time in the future