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Associate - Corporate Communications PR firm

  • Location:

    Singapore

  • Sector:

    PR/Comms

  • Job type:

    Permanent

  • Contact:

    Kathryn Woof

  • Contact email:

    kathryn@33talent.com

  • Contact phone:

    +6591832841

  • Job ref:

    3756106

  • Published:

    about 1 month ago

  • Salary range:

    0 - 0

  • Expiry date:

    2024-05-22

The Company...
This communications/PR firm works on corporate communications, corporate reputation, financial communications and strategic communications - they are world renowned in this space. 

With offices around the globe, the SEA territory is an important one as the business is growing fast in this part of the region.  

In this firm you'll work alongside colleagues from corporate communications, and other related disciplines to their work, which could include public affairs, banking, or the legal sector.

The culture suits someone who is ambitious but also humble.

The Role...
You will work on client briefs, to deliver corp comms and financial PR work, in a team.  Reporting to the head of your team, this role will be the lynchpin helping to deliver campaigns, keep your Directors updated and liaise directly with the clients on progress.

As you become more senior you will take on people management responsibilities, mentoring junior members of the team and growing towards being a line manager.  

With clients ranging across industries, you will pick up new and interesting areas of industry and quickly bring yourself up to speed to understand the issues in that space, and how to provide the best thinking and strategic advice to clients - you will be helped and assisted in this by senior members of the team, who have your career development in mind.

& You...
- You'll have 3-6 years experience in communications, ideally with corporate comms or financial comms 
- You could have experience from a range of sectors, but you'll have got to the heart of corporate reputation in the work you've done
- Experience working on financial transactions would be a plus, but not a must (M&A work, IPOs, financial calendar work)