IFAC is looking for creative, engaged and savvy Public Relations talent to join us in our mission to promote the global accountancy profession and the critical role of international standards in the global economy.
We’re seeking a strategic, resourceful Communications Manager adept at developing integrated communications activities across the media spectrum. You will work closely with our team members, organization experts and management to articulate our position and craft compelling messages for global audiences that include media, business, regulators, policy-makers and the general public.
You are a proactive professional experienced in communicating across varied platforms and technologies, including traditional media, digital, social and direct channels, and are able to demonstrate the efficacy of public relations and social media campaigns. Able to work both independently and collaboratively on a team, you are also a strong project manager with the ability to juggle multiple assignments and honor deadlines. You have a proven track record creating and executing a wide range of communications initiatives; the ability to think creatively in a changing media environment; and can skillfully draft and edit press releases, bylined articles, newsletters, speeches, and other marketing materials.
To succeed in this role, a passion for influential communications will be complemented by outstanding writing and interpersonal skills, as well as the ability to interpret complex concepts in a global context and translate them into engaging campaigns.
Our Managers are seasoned professionals with 5+ years in communications, including experience in financial services. Experience in a PR/Comms agency and/or business-to-business role is a plus.
We offer a competitive salary, superb benefits, and ongoing professional development. The position is based in mid-town Manhattan.
IFAC (International Federation of Accountants) is the global organization for the accountancy profession. We work to increase global financial stability, enhance credibility of financial statements and other information, and protect the public interest by encouraging high-quality practices by the world’s 3 million professional accountants.