General Information

Req #
WD00002600
Career area:
Marketing
Country:
China
State:
Beijing
City:
北京(Beijing)
Date:
Wednesday, June 23, 2021
Working time:
Full-time

Why Work at Lenovo

Here at Lenovo, we believe in smarter technology for all, so we spend our time building a society that’s brighter and more inclusive. 

And we go big. No, not big—huge.

We’re not just a Fortune Global 500 company, we’re one of Fortune’s Most Admired. We’re in 180 markets, working with 63,000 brilliant colleagues and counting. And we’re known for the world’s most complete portfolio of smart technology, from devices to software to infrastructure.

With our ingenuity, we help millions—not just the select few—experience our version of a smarter future. 

The one thing that’s missing? Well… you...

Description and Requirements

Lead employee and executive communications supporting Global HR programs Proactively develop strategic communications plans and messaging in support of all global HR activities and programs, ie. Benefits Communications, Lenovo Listens, Workplace Culture, Employee Value Proposition, Lenovo Epidemic Prevention Control Committee etc. Drive consistent narrative around “Great Place to Work” to build positive workplace reputation for internal and external audiences Develop and create all Global leadership communications for SVP of Human Resources, ie. intranet stories, emails, talking points, speeches, scripts, organization announcements, social media posts, and ppt presentations. Support HR for HR Communications needs including the development of a quarterly newsletter and assisting with periodic all-hands meetings Review, approve and distribute pre-drafted communications created by various HR teams such as D&I, Employee Resource Groups, & Training. Ensure adherence to brand standards and accuracy of information and strategic alignment to wider communications activities across the company Drive awareness of Lenovo culture by managing weekly “We are Lenovo” storytelling program; interview selected culture champions and craft relevant and compelling stories for internal and external audiences Develop efficient and collaborative processes to drive cross-team alignment on all HR communications. Utilize data and insights to measure communication effectiveness and identify communications needs and opportunities Build “trusted advisor” relationship by providing ongoing strategic counsel and advisement to HR leadership and practitioners to achieve measurable results.   Review, edit and approve pre-drafted ad-hoc communications created by various HR teams and handle communication to employees as needed; D&I, ERG’s, Training etc. Qualifications: Strong English verbal and written communications skills with proven ability to create content with creativity, speed and style. Proven experience working in a complex global/matrixed organization Prefer a candidate with direct experience in HR and organizational communications. 6-9 years of experience working in a Communications role, preferable experience working in or with technology companies. Outstanding interpersonal communications skills, as well as strong executive presence with the highest levels of an organization. Must have prior experience developing communications for senior leadership executives. A natural storyteller Ability to develop cohesive communications plans and execute from strategy through hands-on execution and then measure results. Advanced proficiency with PowerPoint, Word and Excel. Working in SharePoint is a plus. Candidate must have superb collaboration skills and experience working in a dynamic, ever-changing, business environment across multiple time zones Experience in a multi-national organization strongly preferred and cultural awareness of the global landscape is essential. Must have the ability to develop strong working relationships with communications peers in other locations worldwide. Ability to handle confidential information with discretion.
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