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Design & Communications Specialist

Posted By: zmnzwl

Date: Fri, 3 Mar 2017

Remuneration: Best Offer

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Job brief


We are looking for a creative and enthusiastic design & communications specialist to join our marketing and events team. You will need to design, develop and maintain our promotional collateral, assist with event management and support APREA’s public affairs activities.


Your enthusiasm, great working attitude and willingness to learn new skills are critical attributes.


Responsibilities


Design:


Design for event campaigns, eDMs, invitations, and marketing collateral etc.
Design for brochures, certificates, reports etc.
Design, develop and maintain APREA’s official website and Summit website.


Marketing:


Use E-marketing platforms to design, edit and send out EDMs, weekly e-Newsletter and other company information aligned with business goals.
Coordinate the creation of digital content (e.g. website, blogs, mediate statements and podcasts)
Maintain a strong online company voice through social media (like LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter, WeChat, Weibo etc.)
Liaise with APREA’s partners and prepare marketing collateral (like advertisements, banners etc.).


Events:


Assist with event management, such as venue and catering booking, events information updating, RSVP, payment collections, onsite operations and post-event issues and others.


Requirements


Familiarity with web design and content management systems.
Additional qualifications in web design or development a plus.
Experience with visual communication principles.
Familiarity with E-marketing platforms such as MailChimp etc.
Working knowledge of Serif PagePlus, Serif WebPlus, Serif MoviePlus and other digital editing software, and willing to learn is an advantage.
An understanding of web-based registration and payment gateways is an advantage.
Experience with events logistics.
Ability to multitask and perform under tight deadlines.
Great work attitude, independent worker and self-starter.


Please contact Allan Zhang at [email protected] or call +65 6438 1110 for the job application issues and more information, thank you.



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