Job Description You will partner with Moody's corporate finance analysts to develop and execute media strategies and advise on best practices to promote and feature Moody's thought leadership with top-tier and broadcast media. Key responsibilities include:
working with analysts and senior management to understand research pipelines, recommend topics for potential research and advising on publication timing and media strategies for same
developing and maintaining effective business relationships with contacts in print, online and broadcast media
effective management and development of business partner relationships
preparing Moody's experts for print and broadcast media interviews
monitoring the news daily and identifying and executing opportunities to insert our views in relevant news cycles
crafting and editing content to support key research reports, including press releases, key messages, social content, quotes, etc.
monitoring, analyzing and reporting on resulting media coverage
coordinating and partnering with global communication counterparts on an ongoing basis
Bachelor's degree or equivalent in finance, communications, journalism, business or related discipline is required
Journalism or public relations/agency background is a plus
English fluency/proficiency is essential; an additional language is an advantage Key Skills and Experience
5-7 years' experience in a media relations or journalism role, preferably in financial services
Very strong internal and external relationship management skills
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Strong attention to detail and an effective team player
Ability to effectively manage multiple projects
Well-developed IT skills including Microsoft Office, specifically PowerPoint, Excel and Word; aptitude in using media database applications such as Cision and Hootsuite for social media
Ability to work to tight deadlines
Work using own initiative and without close supervision
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Internal Number: 6192979
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