Can you do the job with 5 words where others may need 10?
Do you enjoy connecting with a mix of political and corporate audiences?
Are you a team player?
Could you exude a passion for toys and take pride in representing the reputable toy sector?
Do you have media relations at the tips of your fingers?
Are you enthusiastic about communicating in the digital space?
Then you may be the new Communications Manager we need!
And all of that combined in one friendly person to join our team of five in the Brussels-based Secretariat!
Toy Industries of Europe INPA represents the reputable toy makers in Europe. We speak for a wide range of companies - from small family businesses to global household names.
Our companies are proud of their role in shaping children into well-rounded individuals through play. They want us to promote the right of every child to play safely and to promote fair practices and fair legislation, allowing responsible toy companies to continue to grow.
Our Communications Manager needs to give TIE a strong voice to support our team’s work, in a way that reflects the importance of toys in children’s lives. You will report directly to the Director General and will help to determine TIE’s external and internal long-term communications strategy. You will be responsible for making sure that our stakeholders hear our message loud and clear, and that the toy sector understands TIE’s role and supports our work. You will need a creative mind to develop communications projects that showcase the fun and magic of play on which the toy sector is built.
The policy developments that our team work on are diverse. We cover everything from product safety, chemicals and sustainability through to trade, digital services and cybersecurity. Our role is to make sure our sector’s voice is heard. Because toys are destined for children, they are some of the most highly restricted consumer goods in the EU. The issues we handle can be very technical and we need to respect the emotions that can arise in discussions about children, whilst making sure they don’t lead to unnecessary red tape for business. Our Communications Manager needs to be able to quickly get to the heart of an issue and make sure our positions are easily understandable to all and sensitive to stakeholders’ concerns.
If you think you’ve got what it takes to drive communications for a vibrant, trend-focused sector where everyone you meet is passionate about play, then apply today! Send your CV with cover letter by email to Catherine.firstname.lastname@example.org with ‘Communications Manager’ in the subject line. The deadline for submissions is September 22 2021.
Please note that we can only respond to successful candidates.