Head of Corporate Communications

Location: San Jose, California


Reporting to the vice president of marketing, drive forward-thinking communications programs to support the company’s business objectives, spanning earned media, web, social, influencer relations, messaging, content production, brand marketing, executive speakerships, events, analytics, and more.

  • Extensive experience in public relations and analyst relations and/or related fields including research, advertising, management consulting, media and publishing
  • Strong ability to communicate clearly and credibly across multiple audiences, including customers, employees, media, analysts and more
  • Self-driven/entrepreneurial and resourceful with a roll-up-your sleeves attitude towards getting things done in a small company environment
  • Planning PR and AR strategies/programs/priorities and executing/coordinating among internal resources/contributors and outside agencies
  • Working with key executives and business unit owners to help bring consistent, compelling messaging to press, analysts and events/conferences
  • Writing and editing public content including press releases, blogs, bylines, executive speakership presentations
  • Travel as necessary to support the development/execution of product launches, global comms programs and the company’s participation in industry events
  • Estimated travel up to 25%


  • Bachelor's degree or higher in marketing, communications or related field
  • At least 7+ years of experience in corporate communications, public relations and/or related agency work
  • Solid understanding of the technology media landscape and strong global media, analyst and influencer relationships
  • A results-driven professional with display, video, semiconductor industry experience and/or a technical aptitude and strategic mindset
  • Excellent oral and written communications skills with a knack for simplifying complex topics and technologies to their essence
  • Able to develop and execute programs that cut through industry noise to measurably achieve communications objectives and key results