Director of Internal Communications – Schnake Turnbo Frank

Tulsa, OK • Bachelor’s Degree Required

The ideal candidate for this position will be an experienced and passionate communications professional, who has a successful track record translating business priorities and company strategy into an integrated and unified internal communications plan, as well as exceling in the execution of the plan.

Role requires ability to perform at an accelerated pace and skillfully anticipate the needs of senior leadership. This individual will be advisor to senior leaders so will require supreme professionalism and executive presence. Individual must be able to write thoughtfully and intelligently on highly complex issues.


  • Build and lead a high-impact internal communications function, providing expertise and advise to senior leadership and key business partners

  • Execute multi-faceted and successful strategies for internal campaigns and programs that strengthen the Williams brand and champions our mission and values

  • Ensure internal communications foster and support the desired understanding and behaviors among employees to drive business success

  • Identify internal engagement opportunities for CEO and other executives that builds leadership visibility and credibility within the organization

  • Serve as communications leader for major change management initiatives, providing communications counsel, planning and oversight

  • Engage closely with senior leaders and their assistants to build trust and execute successful internal communications strategy

  • Partner closely with Communications teammates to ensure consistent messaging and promotion across variety of internal/external platforms

  • Proactively seek new methods, tools and channels to communicate, as well as innovative ways to more effectively use existing methods, tools and channels. Foster the development of advanced functional expertise among the Internal Communications team.

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