Communications Executive

  • Permanent
  • London
  • Applications have closed

Paysafe
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Communications Executive
Reporting to the Head of Corporate Communications, Europe and Asia, the Communications Executive will work with the Communications team to execute effective external and internal communications strategies across this high-growth, high-performance organisation which operates in a fast-paced and dynamic industry. This is an opportunity to join a growing team with a remit to influence and inform in an entrepreneurial, open, focused and pioneering corporate culture.
Based in Paysafe’s Canary Wharf offices in London, the successful candidate will work with fellow team members and departments across the global business to ensure the Paysafe story, vision and values are understood and recognised by multiple stakeholder audiences.
Responsibilities:
  • Working within the Communications team to effectively develop and manage key communications channels, collaborating closely with executives, external agencies and internal functions such as marketing, product, commercial, facilities and HR
  • Drafting and editing business announcements for both internal and external distribution
  • Monitoring the media, including newspapers, magazines, journals, broadcasts, newswires, social media sites and blogs
  • Preparing and posting content on Paysafe’s internal social media network
  • Arranging logistics (e.g. co-ordinating diaries, meeting room bookings, invites, etc) for employee events and briefings
  • Supporting the team in managing Paysafe’s corporate website and social media channels
  • Preparing reports and analysis of team results, researching and keeping track of opportunities (e.g. thought leadership and feature opportunities and awards) and helping the team to meet deadlines
  • Supporting the delivery of strategic employee communications and handling ad hoc internal communications requests
  • Supporting the company’s press office function (maintaining databases and dealing with incoming enquiries)
  • Working with suppliers including translators, video editors, and designers and managing them effectively
Experience and Skills Required:
  • Experience of working in an in-house or agency communications role.
  • Degree-level qualification or equivalent, preferably in a communications-related subject
  • Demonstrable knowledge of a broad range of communications activities – media, websites, employee comms, events and social media
  • Strong communication, business writing and interpersonal skills
  • Rigorous attention to detail and a strong focus on accuracy
  • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment with a flexible approach
  • Able to work both independently and collaboratively
  • A flexible, intuitive and pro-active attitude
  • Excellent organisation and planning skills, able to juggle tasks and work under pressure
  • Tenacious and diplomatic, self-disciplined, results-focused
  • Occasional international travel required
Desirable but Not Essential
  • While direct sector experience is not a pre-requisite, experience of working in a regulated, or related organisation would be beneficial
  • Budget and agency management experience
  • Experience of communicating with a global audience including non-native English speakers
  • Written French
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