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Manager, Corporate Communications & PR

Seegrid is the leading provider of connected self-driving vehicles for materials handling with hundreds of thousands of miles driven.  The Seegrid Smart Platform combines flexible and reliable infrastructure-free vision guided vehicles with fleet management and enterprise intelligence data for a complete connected solution. Seegrid accelerates Industry 4.0 and lean initiatives with incremental automation, helping companies achieve a truly connected enterprise and transform into smart factories of the future.

Seegrid has an opening for a Manager, Corporate Communications & PR.  This position spearheads and manages communications activities across the organization, managing media relations, thought leadership programs, social media, and content writing. 

Key Responsibilities:

  • Works closely with Director of Marketing and VP of Product to develop and deliver compelling, consistent messages and premium content (e.g. brochures, case studies/customer testimonials, ebooks, presentations, infographics, videography and white papers) that reflect the company's business priorities
  • Help define and execute the company brand vision and strategy, continuously monitoring category trends/insights and brand shares to analyze and propose appropriate action plans
  • Develop and execute PR and AR strategies to stimulate awareness, create interest, and drive consideration of our solutions vs. the competition
  • Manage the public relations agency and help ensure alignment of focus and strategies, serving as a project manager for PR and AR initiatives
  • Identify and research thought leadership topics and current events, suggesting ways we can insert ourselves into trending coverage across multiple digital mediums, including social media platforms
  • Scan key trade publications and business journals for competitor activity and recommend appropriate responses/action
  • Complete applications for industry awards and speaking opportunities, as needed
  • Create and manage editorial calendar and project manage communication efforts, developing schedules, maintaining deadlines, obtaining consent and final approvals (internal and external)
  • Monitor, measure and report on communications metrics to gauge and optimize performance, establish best practices, and provide key insights

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, project management and organizational skills
  • Proven ability to lead corporate communications through a diverse marketing mix
  • Ability to research and synthesize information, measure, evaluate, and report on results
  • Proven ability to master executive voice and organizational brand identity
  • Creativity and leading edge thinking for outreach; ability to regularly generate, test, and assess new ideas
  • Highly self-motivated and able to work independently, against tight deadlines, driving multiple projects at once, across functional teams


  • At least 7-10 years of communications, media relations, and PR experience in an organization or an agency - responsible for writing, editing and pitching great content that ultimately landed coverage
  • Experience with data and media measurement
  • Fluency in social media strategies, and use for online and external promotions
  • Experience developing plans and executing projects and initiatives that support short and long-term brand strategy
  • Bachelor's degree or equivalent combination of education and experience


All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability status.

Seegrid is an equal opportunity employer Minorities/Females/People with Disabilities/Protected Veterans/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity.

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