Internal Communications and Culture Apprentice at WarnerMedia
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About Warner Bros.
Warner Bros. released its’ first motion picture more than 90 years ago and is now a recognized leader in the creation, production, distribution, licensing and marketing of theatrical motion pictures, television programming, games, video/DVD and related products around the world.
Internal Communications and Culture Apprentice
What part will you play?
You will provide support to the Director of Internal Communications and Culture to develop and deliver the Warner Bros. UK (WBUK) Internal Communications and Culture Strategy in order to maintain and enhance employee engagement.
- Support the formulation of and engagement in the WBUK vision, values, priorities, and objectives.
- Support with building out the WBUK Employee Value Proposition (from reward, recognition and career development to work environment and culture) in order to attract and retain key talent.
- Identify and collate opportunities to share business successes, key initiatives and employee stories.
- Internal copy-writing for key communications channels such the intranet, company-wide emails and newsletters.
- Working with designers to create engaging and informative environmental branding e.g. posters, digital screens.
- Identify opportunities to share employee content externally on WB social media channels.
- Support with managing key UK events including film & TV screenings and company away days, from logistics to content creation.
- Awareness of upcoming titles and internal / external initiatives and events in order to build creative ideas around these to support the WBUK internal communications and culture strategy.
- Ad hoc projects with other Marketing and PR teams.
- Collaborate closely with Marketing and HR colleagues on all elements of the strategy.
What do we require from you?
- A passion for entertainment.
- Educated to A level or equivalent standard, with grade C or above in English at GCSE.
- Excellent verbal and written communication; an interest in creative writing an advantage.
- Strong organisational and project management skills.
- Computer literate, willingness to learn and embrace new software.
- A creative thinker, ready to ‘think outside the box’.
- A strong team player, open to networking across the business.
- Good listening skills.
- Flexible and responsive to the business requirements.
- Ideally, experienced in design packages (such as Photoshop) and editing software (such as iMovie).
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