Assistant Corporate Communications Manager (Upto $40K)

Location Hong Kong
Job-type Full Time
Salary Negotiable
Contact Jason Tsui
Email email Jason
Reference A000000_1595991327

Our client is a HK Listed Engineering Company and their business is still growing. They are now looking for a high calibre with solid corporate communications experience to join their dynamic team. This position will have people management exposure and directly report to the Corporate Communications Manager.

Key responsibilities:

  • To assist in planning, developing, and implementing the corporate communications strategy to differentiate the brand and raise awareness in the market;
  • To ensure the consistency of the Corporate Identity of the Group ;
  • To plan and organise corporate or PR events/activities, i.e. sponsorships, award submissions, Annual General Meetings, investor meetings, etc.;
  • To prepare disclosure materials such as annual & interim reports, announcements and Q&A for investor meetings, analysis reports, ESG reports;
  • To support CSR events and sustainability related issues;
  • To support the planning and execution of issues / crisis management and communications for corporate matters;
  • Other administrative and ad hoc projects as required.

Key requirements:

  • Bachelor's degree in journalism, public relations, communications, or related disciplines;
  • 8-10 years' solid experience in PR / Corporate Communications in sizable companies, Inhouse experience is a must.
  • Good stakeholder engagement skills with extensive relevant network;
  • Strong in creative writing and content generation
  • Self-starter, detail-oriented and committed to excellence;
  • Presentable with good communication and interpersonal skills;
  • Excellent command of written and spoken Chinese and English.

Interested individuals can click apply now or send through updated resume in WORD format to Jason.tsui@connectedgroup.com. For a more comprehensive list of current opportunities, please visit www.connectedgroup.com

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