About the Team: We’re Wellmark’s Corporate Communications Team. We bring Wellmark’s brand and story to life with clarity and a can-do spirit. We deliver strategic marketing and communication solutions in support of our stakeholders — internal teams, senior leadership, media and community partners, and more. Our talents range from strategic thinking and project management to creative content development.
About the Role: As the Team Leader of Corporate Communications, you will develop and implement the company’s overall strategic public relations programs including media relations, community relations, internal communications, issue managements and crisis communications preparedness. This will require effective collaboration with leadership within the department, as well as with senior leadership throughout the company to ensure continuity of messaging and positive positioning of the company, its products and services. You will also prepare an annual strategic plan with actionable tactics to facilitate information and knowledge exchanges with internal and key external stakeholders. The aim of this critical corporate function is building and protecting the company’s reputation among internal and external stakeholders.
About You: Because this role is a leader of others, this individual will directly impact the success, growth, and development of team members by setting clear expectations, defining accountabilities, providing regular coaching, facilitating change, and providing an overall positive work environment. Being a role model in behaviors that demonstrate Wellmark’s core competencies is a must. In addition to proven and outstanding leadership competencies, our ideal candidate needs to be a big picture thinker, skilled in public relations, who can connect the dots to meet overarching business goals. This role also needs to be able to make sense of and explain complex topics across a broad range of communications channels. Sound like a fit? Review the qualifications below and consider applying today!
This position requires a non-compete agreement.