Internal & Corporate Communications Director

  • Permanent
  • London


We’re looking for an experienced Internal & Corporate Communications Director to lead our internal communications team. This role will work closely alongside our Executive Leadership team to make sure we’re driving the right message across all internal comms channels.

From writing internal messages about new game launches (including breaking a Guinness World Record – check YouTube if you don’t believe us) to ensuring organisational change is at the forefront of our decision making processes, this role has it all.

Your role within our Kingdom

Reporting to the Chief People Officer, you will be an expert point of contact for our Executive team and through a team of three you’ll focus on four main areas of communications:

Internal functional messaging of critical changes
CEO calls (which happen monthly)

Corporate Comms (liaising with our parent company Activision Blizzard)

Supporting our D&I initiatives across the globe This is a permanent, full time role. Responsibilities include:

Devising and delivering overall strategic communications strategy to
promote King’s internal comms initiatives.

Manage agency relationships and oversee all activity, from planning stages through to final execution.

Have an understanding of the gaming industry, trends, and what the
future of gaming looks like so you can advise and influence how King can best position itself.

Help King communicate the story it wants to tell from both a
recruitment perspective, an employee engagement perspective, and a gaming industry perspective.

Managing press release pipeline and leading strategic interviews
with agencies.

Manage media briefings, speaking engagements, and customer and
partner activities.

Work with a broad range of internal stakeholders eg finance,
legal, public affairs, internal comms, community and marketing teams to help define messaging as well as proactive campaign building for all internal channels globally.

High level strategic thinking and planning for the business.

Thought leadership and media training for King spokespeople.

Skills To Create Thrills
A background of working in the technology industry
A genuine passion for gaming and technology
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Self-starter, able to work well on your own
Strong sense of accountability and ownership
Ability to engage with senior stakeholders
Ability to deliver high quality work while managing multiple projects.
Experience in managing agencies, contractors
Strong project management skills
Excel at taking a creative, collaborative and organized approach to identifying opportunities and solving problems.
Excel at frequently communicating across all levels of an organization, including with top business leaders, quickly building trust and confidence with these stakeholders.
Some travel will be required
Bonus points

A great saga needs all sorts of heroes

Making games is fun. Especially when you do it with people who share the same idea of what makes a good workplace, great. We design games for everyone, no matter where they are or who they are, and we employ all sorts of people from all kinds of backgrounds to bring them to life. Truth is, we simply can’t expect diversity in our players and originality in our games without first nurturing it in our people. A great saga needs all sorts of heroes. And that’s it.

We’re Seriously Playful

Officially, we’re a leading interactive entertainment company for the mobile world. Unofficially, we’re a serious business that’s not afraid to have fun. Every day at King, we mix intuition with logic, art with science and magic with mathematics to create the games the world loves to play. Together with our parent company Activision Blizzard, our mission is to bring moments of magic to everyday life. If you think this is something you can help us achieve, let’s talk.

Apply now!

Want to join our Kingdom? You’ll find all you need to apply, plus more information on our culture, values and benefits, including relocation packages at All applications should be made in English.

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