Corporate Communications Specialist, Level 3

Techflow Inc Springfield , VA 22156

Posted 3 days ago

TechFlow is seeking a Corporate Communications Specialist, Level 3 at NGA NCE. The selected candidate contractor shall work as part of a team dedicated to provide support for the CIO-T, and CIO-TQC to support the corporate communications mission of the CIO and IT Services Directorate. The team works to support the communication needs of CIO-T leadership and the workforce from a corporate perspective and through key mission areas, initiatives and priorities identified by the director and deputy directors. This support includes the creation, development and implementation of a variety communication materials, to include senior leader briefings and talking points, news and information articles, marketing and branding, and events, such as town halls, brown bags, and information sessions.

The right candidate enjoys a work environment where being entrepreneurial is expected, where innovation and new ideas happen every day, and where problems are solved by teams of passionate and confident individuals. Our culture thrives on out of the box thinking and the unique powerful expressions of our owners. As a 100% employee-owned company, our people have an expectation of commitment, accountability for their actions, and responsibility for success. We are a company of individuals who work hard to have an impact and make a difference.

U.S. Citizen with current and active Top Secret/SCI Clearance.

Responsibilities:

  • Support communications projects as aligned to five key strategic mission areas of IC ITE/Cloud Migration; Cybersecurity; Mission Evolution and Emerging Capabilities; GEOINT Standards, Architecture and Engineering; workforce development and transformation.

  • Assist groups, divisions and offices highlight and publicize related mission initiatives to a variety of audience through a multitude of communications tactics.

  • Develop effective communication strategies, plans and tactics that highlight and promote understanding and awareness of key functional areas.

  • Research, write, and coordinate news/feature articles or other communiqus.

  • Develop other communication products, such as briefings, marketing campaigns, aimed at increasing awareness of milestones and initiatives for a variety of audiences.

  • All products shall be written in accordance with AP Style guidelines and align with the overall Communications Strategy.

  • Respond to emails requesting the communications support promptly at the request of the Government to provide assistance with communication needs. (CDRL: Reports, Briefings, Evaluations, Technical Assignments, Transition Plan, White Papers etc.)

  • Create communication plans and tactical calendars for assigned communication initiatives.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor's degree in Communication, Journalism, English or related field

  • 5 years of related experience

  • Demonstrate advanced skill and experience in

  • oral and interpersonal communication, and writing at collegiate and professional levels, especially news and feature writing

  • written and oral communication skills with drafting documents and briefings

  • utilizing critical thinking data gathering and analytic skills

  • using AP Style guidelines

  • SharePoint

  • communication management with senior leadership

  • Ability to remain organization and deliver results with competing priorities

  • Proficiency with SharePoint and Microsoft Suite to create required documentation and briefings

Things That Make A Difference:

  • Willingness to learn new technologies and help clients with their technical issues before escalating to senior staff.

PLEASE NOTE: TechFlow is an equal opportunity employer (Minority / Female / Disability / Vets). Applicant selected will be subject to a government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information

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Since 1995 TechFlow has been committed to staying ahead of the technology curve. In the world of technology, there are leaders and followers - those catching up, and those who are always ahead. At TechFlow, we are passionate about being "Always Ahead". Our employee ownership drives this entrepreneurial spirit that allows us to deliver impactful ingenuity on a government scale.


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