Senior Vice President (SVP), Corporate Communications Salary
|Salary||$120,000 - $275,000|
|Bonus||$19.39 - $123,650|
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XTotal Pay combines base annual salary or hourly wage, bonuses, profit sharing, tips, commissions, overtime pay and other forms of cash earnings, as applicable for this job. It does not include equity (stock) compensation, cash value of retirement benefits, or the value of other non-cash benefits (e.g. healthcare).)
|$128,906 - $360,000|
Job Description for Senior Vice President (SVP), Corporate Communications
Senior vice president (SVP), corporate communications are responsible for creating and distributing communication documents for their corporation. These individuals have strong interpersonal skills to write and interact with clients, vendors, and communities on behalf of their organization. In addition, they oversee communication efforts and coordinate with corporate communication staff. They create communications initiatives based on corporate images and brands. These communication professionals approve any corporate communications before they're released. Additionally, they coordinate communication efforts with the director of public affairs, the director of marketing, and other community communication managers. These individuals manage and respond to media calls and redirect appropriate staff to conduct press conferences.Read More...
Senior vice president (SVP), corporate communications are in charge of coordinating communication efforts by implementing a set of written and oral exchanges. They strive to solve communication mishaps and correct each incident with brevity. They lead a group of professionals in a team environment to reach all communication goals within a given time frame. They are proficient with communication software. They know how to use word processing and email applications.These individuals work on a variety of communication projects and perform in a high-stress environment where they must solve crisis situations on a regular basis. Some of their main functions include approving and modifying press releases, as well as crafting speeches for executives in their organization.
A bachelor's degree in communication, journalism, or a related field is required for this job. In addition, previous years of experience as a vice president of communications in a corporate environment can be helpful. Communications and leadership certifications are a plus. (Copyright 2017 PayScale.com)
Senior Vice President (SVP), Corporate Communications Tasks
- Work with executives, marketing, and Public Relations to develop a cohesive marketing message and brand image.
- Manage the company's communications with the media and promotion of the company through social media.
- Direct a company's communications strategies by managing internal and external communications.
- Supervise and manage public relations personnel, and facilitate communication between departments.
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Popular Skills for Senior Vice President (SVP), Corporate Communications
Job skills reported by Senior Vice Presidents of Corporate Communications are limited. Those who have experience with Marketing Communications, Media / Public Relations, and Strategic Marketing can expect to be compensated well for these skills. The majority of those who know Marketing Communications also know Media / Public Relations.
Pay Difference by Location
Senior Vice Presidents of Corporate Communications working in New York earn a little more than the national average. That said, location does not seem to play a huge role in determining pay for this role. Trailing the national average by 16 percent, Washington is the market with the smallest paychecks.
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