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American Transmission Company Communications Project Manager in Pewaukee, Wisconsin

Summary of Responsibilities:

Are you a storyteller with expert writing and speaking skills? If so, consider joining us as a Corporate Communications Project Manager. We’re looking for someone who will learn our industry and use their experience to develop and implement communication strategies to improve internal communications and enhance our corporate culture, and help gain public support for our business and enhance our corporate reputation. You’ll use your bachelor’s degree in communications, journalism or public relations and 7 to 10 years’ experience in those fields to produce content for print, electronic and video communications. You’ll serve as a corporate spokesperson and be a voice through our social media channels.

Essential Responsibilities:

Our industry can get technical, so we’re looking for someone who can easily translate technical terms and concepts for public consumption. We are fans of AP style, use Adobe Creative Suite and are always looking for ways to innovate. We’re very engaged with our local communities, so you’ll be involved in corporate giving campaigns and volunteer events with ATC employees as well as coordinating PR for those events.

As an organization that has been recognized both nationally and locally as a great place to work, we have a lot of great stories to tell. If you’d like to be a part of a team that is creative, highly collaborative and produces award-winning work, join us at ATC!

Number of Openings Available:

1

Posting Date:

2019-08-15-07:00

Time Type:

Full time

Equal Opportunity Employer:

AMERICAN TRANSMISSION CO. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER FUNCTIONING UNDER AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION PLAN. WE ENCOURAGE WOMEN, MINORITIES, VETERANS AND INDIVIDUALS WITH A DISABILITY TO APPLY.

American Transmission Co. is a transmission-only electric utility that helps keep the lights on, businesses running and communities strong in Wisconsin, Michigan, Minnesota and Illinois. As owner and operator of more than 9,530 miles of transmission lines and 530 substations, we help meet the electric needs of more than 5 million people in our service area.

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