Communications associate, Recipco - England
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Recipco provides a solution for corporations, governments and intergovernmental or non-government organizations to conduct non-monetary trade in a way that overcomes the difficulties, inefficiencies and risk associated with current bilateral barter practices, while enabling them to increase sales, reduce expenses and reduce dependence on cash and credit.
The global economic model transcends current economic policy and practice both nationally and internationally and endeavors to foster collaborative thinking towards improvements in global economics that better serve the needs of a 21st century globalised world.
Supported by leading thinkers from around the world, the intention of Recipco is to inspire and motivate worldwide changes to the current mechanisms of trade and finance (including capacity exchanges and other new market methodologies and alternatives to sovereign currency based trade) that will be more accessible and will improve the global economy through better use of the world’s available capacity.
Working closely with Recipco’s Chief Executive Officer, you’ll be undertaking an important role engaging in high-level communications with a large range of stakeholders.
Responsibilities include managing high-level dialogue and communication and engagement with a wide range of international thought leaders and international stakeholders.
Another aspect of the position includes maintaining and building relationships that are established as well as facilitating the engagement with new thought leaders.
- A bachelor’s degree in a relevant subject, a journalism qualification, or equivalent work experience is required.
- Strong skills in writing compelling communications that inform and motivate.
- Ability to organise a wide scope of concurrent stakeholder communication.
- Interest in international, social and economic development.
- Experience of successfully working with senior management.
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