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  • Communications Lead - Japan Tokyo
  • Workday K.K. in Tokyo, , Japan
  • jobs
  • 1 month ago

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About the Role

It’s an incredibly exciting time to be at Workday! We’re actively seeking the right talent to help us achieve our bold growth goals, scale the company, and champion our unique culture.

Workday is shaping the future of work, and we’re seeking a strong communications manager who can partner with our Japan executives to effectively tell our innovation story and raise awareness of the brand in the local market.

This is a critical role which will lead corporate communications, analyst relations, and customer advocacy in Japan. The role will work closely with the president of Workday Japan, and the marketing and sales teams.

The role is based in Tokyo and reports to our head of Corporate Communications across AP&J based in Sydney, and works closely with the global head of analyst relations (AR) and the APAC and Japan Head of Customer Advocacy.

The ideal individual for this role will possess excellent writing skills, have experience leading communications for a senior... executive, be a self starter, able to forgpositive relationships with executives, thrive in a fast-paced environment, and have the capacity to prioritise multiple priorities at one time.

And since Fun is one of Workday’s core values, a sense of humor and not taking oneself too seriously are also highly valued traits. Ready to learn more?

About You
• 10+ years working in corporate communications, including experience in media relations, analyst relations, and customer advocacy, in a fast-paced, high-tech company.
• Proven success developing and implementing strategic communications across a variety of channels in support of senior level leaders.
• Established relationships with local journalists and analysts, and experience in working with a PR agency.
• Experience developing customer advocates in innovative and creative ways to lend their voice to content and marketing activities.
• Ability to distill complex information into clear, concise messaging; and able to write in a simple, direct, warm and friendly tone.
• High degree of flexibility, with the ability to prioritise projects.
• Outstanding writing and editing skills; ability to write for a broad spectrum of multimedia communications channels.
• Innovative mindset always looking for ways to improve how Workday communicates with and engages audiences.
• Technology industry expertise, with specific knowledge and experience in the software market.
• Good English language skills
Tokyo Japan

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