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Effective, targeted, and strategic communication is a key success factor for organizations. A company’s ability to communicate with their employees, stakeholders, business partners, and customers can have a big impact on the bottom line.
Working collaboratively with a variety of internal departments and key decision makers, you will draft communications, presentations, and scripts. You will need to be a strong public speaker and top quality communicator. If you have the communications experience and skills to fill this role, contact Randstad Canada today!
Communications managers work in the communications or marketing department. You will spend your day balancing meetings, interacting with the media, and collaborating with senior managers. Expect travel and frequent travel. Depending on the company structure, you could report to a VP of communications or other company executive. Working outside of traditional office hours is common, especially when tight deadlines need to be met, new campaigns are launched, orwhen your company is generating media attention.
The average annual salary of a communications manager in Canada is slightly more than $63,000. At the low end of the salary range, you can expect to make $42,000 per year. At the top end of the salary range, you can make up to $90,000 or more. Performance bonuses and other incentives may also be included in your compensation package. Experience with web content management, strategic planning and corporate communications can help increase earning potential.
Expect to spend your time alternating between internal and external communications matters. Some of the responsibilities include:
Communications manager roles are most commonly found in health care, education, government agencies, and nonprofits and with large businesses or corporations. Roles are also available with marketing and advertising agencies. In terms of location, communications managers frequently find opportunities in larger cities such as Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal and Vancouver.
Communications managers need to be well versed in marketing, business, technology, and communications. Here are some of the main skills hiring companies are looking for in candidates:
With experience working in communications, public relations, and marketing, communications managers can work in a variety of roles. It’s common for communications managers to move into marketing management roles, public relations roles and eventually move up to director roles in marketing and communications. With a number of years of experience and a track record of success, communications managers could also move into a consulting role or open a communications and publicity agency.
Do you work in communications? Looking to take a step up into a communications manager role? Are you currently a communications manager and are seeking new career opportunities? We can help! Randstad Canada can help you find great jobs with leading companies.