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WWF, the global conservation organization that has been working in China for 32 years, is looking for a highly skilled professional to be a Communication Officer for WWF China Office to be based in Beijing. This position will report to Press head and cooperate with staff from related departments and programme officers within WWF CPO.
Communication Officer (Beijing)
The Communications Officer will be responsible for international media related work and press events, supporting domestic media work, developing and assuring the quality of CPO level English language communications products, and day-to-day managing the content of the English website for CPO. S/he is also responsible for communications projects according to the annual strategy and work plan of the Communications Department.
Major Duties and Responsibilities
• The Communications Officer will be responsible for international media related work and press events, and implementing media strategies in close cooperation with the Communications and Programme teams:
- Seek opportunities to increase the exposure of WWF China on international media;
- Develop media plan for specific projects/events
- Maintain international media contacts database and develop strong media relationships
- Monitor media clippings and generate reports;
- Organize media club activities;
- Organize press conferences and media trips;
- Write/edit English language newsletters, press releases, feature stories, statements, position papers etc., for internal and external audiences.
- Support Head of Press with Chinese media work.
- Coordinate media interviews with WWF managers, and prepare talking points and Q&As.
- Organize media training for WWF staff
• Produce key WWF China publications such as Annual Reports and corporate brochures.
• Under the overall guidance of the Online team, day-to-day manage the English website content and conduct quality control.
• Identify, screen and manage native English speaking volunteers to assist in English language communications.
> Crisis/issue management
> Develops and edits speeches for WWF China senior management on case-by-case basis.
• Manage communications projects according to Communications Department’s strategy.
• University degree or above, in journalism, communications or related field.
• Excellent Chinese and English language speaking and writing skills. At least 3 years professional journalism or other writing experience for English language media as a must.
• Knowledge of international media landscape and good command of a wide range of communications tools.
• Able to oversee complex media management arrangements in an environment with a high level of media scrutiny
• Able to persuade and influence others; highly resilient
• Able to work in a multicultural environment, to work well in complex teams as well as to act on own initiative.
• Good at time management and work effectively to meet the deadline under pressure
• A strong interest in nature conservation and sustainable development issues.
• Experience in website management a plus.
• Candidates should send a cover letter, CV in English and Chinese to firstname.lastname@example.org.
• Please indicate the applying position in title, current salary and salary expectation in CV and send them in attachment.
Application deadline: 1st, June 2012
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