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Communications Specialist


The Communications Specialist will work to ensure employees of the company are kept informed and engaged. This is done by communicating through a variety of channels including, but not limited to, company intranet, email bulletins, social media and the monthly newsletters. The Communications Specialist will work closely with human resources, senior executives, and department managers to establish organizational messages to keep staff apprised of developments, news releases, and marketing plans.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities

  • Establish an internal communications strategy in conjunction with senior managers and ELT.
  • Ensure communication strategy is consistent and reflects the company’s strategic vision.
  • Ensure company initiatives and projects are successfully communicated to employees and stakeholders.
  • Plan, edit, and write content for a variety of internal communications mediums such as company intranet, monthly newsletter, and/or email bulletins. Set timing for release.
  • Keep senior leadership and project teams updated on progress and respond to questions as needed.
  • Assist in the development and execution of Social Media and Employer Branding campaigns.
  • Assist in the development and delivery of company presentations.
  • Draft messages or scripts from senior executives for presentations to Board, outside investors and employee meetings.
  • Respond to feedback from staff and adjust communications content accordingly.
  • Handle internal communication response to crisis situations which affect organizational perception and reputation.
  • Advise senior executives of developments throughout the organization, either face to face or through regular written communication.
  • Edit, design and print internal publications. Publish videos and photography on company website, intranet, and LinkedIn page as well as other sources as needed.



  • College degree required. BA in journalism, communications, public relations, or marketing preferred.

Specialized knowledge

  • Previous experience working in internal communications.
  • Previous experience managing complex projects and advising senior leadership on communications.
  • SharePoint, LinkedIn, PowerPoint experience required.
  • Experience working in digital and video communications essential.

Skills & Abilities

  • Exceptional writing skills with the ability to be creative and persuasive.
  • High level of editing and proofreading skills as well as journalistic ability to source stories and gather information.
  • Strong public speaking and presentational skills.
  • Strong interpersonal and relationship building skills to work effectively throughout the organization and speak at all levels.
  • Ability to be flexible and agile with constant changing priorities and deadlines.

Industry Experience

  • Minimum 5 years experience in Internal Communications.
  • Oil and gas industry experience preferred.


No Agencies. Caerus Oil and Gas does not accept unsolicited resumes from third party agencies or recruiters without a signed vendor agreement.

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