Public Affairs Manager (Editorial Services)
The Public Affairs (Corporate Communications) Department provides a full range of proactive communications functions to the Club including the formulation of communication strategy, issue management, racing and non-racing media relations; racing, betting, charity information and overall publicity; as well as organisation of corporate PR programmes and projects.
Prepare and edit English communications materials including the daily news summaries, media releases, speeches, fact sheets, presentation materials, regular and ad hoc reports, features and other publicity materials
Assist the head of Public Affairs Department to build effective message strategies for Club Stewards and management as well as for major charity and corporate projects, and maintain the department’s message bank
Assist in overseeing the production of the Club’s publications including annual reports and corporate brochures / leaflets
Work with relevant parties to enhance and maintain the quality of the Club’s English output and help staff develop their writing skills
You should have:
At least a Bachelor Degree or equivalent in journalism, communications, PR or related discipline
A minimum of ten years’ experience in corporate writing, PR or English editing, preferably with major corporations / organisations
Excellent writing, editing skills over a wide spectrum of subject matters from corporate communications and business, to charity work, sports, art and culture and membership services.
Strong knowledge and solid experience on overseeing annual report production and writing / editing corporate documents
Strong interpersonal and relationship skills
Knowledge of horse racing and football will be assets
Terms of Employment
The level of appointment will be commensurate with qualification and experience. A contract employment will be offered to the successful candidate. Contract renewal will be subject to mutual agreement between the Club and the individual.
How to Apply
Please fax/mail your resume, complete with expected salary and job reference to:
Mail: The Human Resources Department
The Hong Kong Jockey Club
One Sports Road
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