Marketing & Communications Officer ( Part – Time )
We are now looking for a marketing & communications Officer ( Part – Time ) with the following skills and attributes:
o Bachelor degree in communications, Journalism, Public Relations, Business
administration, marketing or related field
o Minimum 2 years professional experience in business corporate/ NGO/ marketing/
preferably with PR agency
o Bilingual speaker with ability to write in Chinese
o Passionate about theatre and working with young people
o Committed to arts education
o Able to multi-task, work under pressure & likes to be challenged
o Knowledge of graphic design basics and web publishing tools is an advantage
o Customer relationship management (handling loyalty programmes, enquiries,
retaining activities, etc)
o Drive and execute effective customer / vendor/ media communications
o Maintain and provide content management for company social media platforms
and website content
o Create and deliver press releases, media relations content, corporate newsletter
content including press release, media kit, house programme, poster, leaflet,
seasonal launch, etc
o Maintain a strong media network, handle media interview, reporting and other
o Assist in execution of strategic communication plans to enhance company
awareness and manage deliverable timelines. Participate in, and may lead, project
production meetings, and following up sponsorship opportunity
o Coordinating with schools
o Coordinating with local and overseas partners
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Shakespeare4All Co. Ltd. -Hong Kong Shakespeare4All Company Limited
Shakespeare4All (S4A) is one of Hong Kong’s leading performing arts education companies. Established in 2003 “to inspire young people to aspire to excellence" and using English as the medium of instruction and participation, the S4A Drama Club outreach programme has taught thousands of students in primary and secondary schools across Hong Kong to read, understand and perform Shakespearean plays.