This role sits in the Japan Communications team within Global Communications in Corporate Affairs. Global Communications functions as a business partner to drive the global communications strategy for the company and ensure message consistency across all internal and external audiences.
Global Communications is also responsible for developing the communication strategy and executing communication tactics for the Americas, Asia, EMEA, Global Employee Benefits and as well as the Corporate Functions.
As part of this responsibility, the organization partners with Executive Group members to develop strategic communications.
Within Global Communications, the Asia regional team plays a strategic role for the Enterprise in driving the communications agenda across the region to support the delivery of business objectives.
As the largest business within the Asia region, the Japan Communications agenda impacts over 4,000 full-time employees and over 4,000 agents and distributors, who are collectively responsible for delivering 25% of global operating earnings in 2015 onwards.
The Manager, Metrics and Monitoring, Japan is an experienced, bilingual, communications professional who serves as the key owner for the operational aspects of the Communications function in the country, including working closely with the direct manager, AVP, External Communications to manage the policies, processes and metrics that underpin the successful delivery of the functional objectives in the country.
Key responsibilities of this role include : managing the operational elements of the Communications function, including reporting, budget management, planning, compliance, and strategic deliveryowning the tracking and reporting of media coverage and impactowning the tracking and reporting of internal coverage and impactproviding analytics on media coverage, including competitor analysis, and making recommendations based on the results to the AVP, External Communications on direction and strategyproviding analytics on internal coverage and making recommendations based on the results to the AVP, Employee Engagement on direction and strategy
5-10 years of experience in media-related rolesBachelor’s degree in relevant field; Master’s degree preferred.Previous financial services industry experience and knowledge helpful.
Recognized as a team player who willingly shares knowledge and information with othersExercises sound judgment as a communications professional.
Produces high-quality work at a professional communications level.Strong work ethic. Leadership Competencies : Thinks Strategically -
Sets direction aligned to the company’s strategy, applying external and global perspective to meet local and global needs.
Models our Values - Creates a culture that promotes the company’s values and standards through role modeling, accountability and ownership of decisions.
Drives Results - Sets aggressive goals and is accountable for continuously driving improved performance, leading change and ensuring high standards.