UEFA seeks dynamic head of corporate communications

UEFA, the governing body of European football, is recruiting for a head of corporate communications to solidify its brand, not only in the sports arena, but throughout the world.

UEFA seeks dynamic head of corporate communications

Pedro Pinto, chief of communications and media at UEFA, told PRWeek Jobs why his growing team needs someone with a proven track record in developing brands and can create impactful campaigns that will grab peoples’ attention.

Pinto offers the following top tips for a successful job application:

  • Show results and campaigns that you’ve led and the impact they’ve had
  • Demonstrate your skills of bringing people together and delivering on goals
  • Give examples of when you’ve been creative within a company’s guidelines
  • Demonstrate that you’ve done this type of job before and that you have the profile to do it again with a big brand and high level of responsibility
  • Understand the impact that a strong campaign at UEFA can have
  • Include any international experience you’ve gained
  • You must be fluent in English and have an understanding of different cultures
  • The ability to speak another language, particularly French, is ideal but not mandatory
  • Demonstrate your ability to appeal to the heart of football fans and media in different international markets

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