WWF-HK is looking for Communication Officer who reports to Head, Communications and working together with Communication Manager and internal teams for creation and delivery of engaging content for social media and other communication channels.
Major Duties and Responsibilities
- Create, edit and manage content for corporate literature in various communication channels, such as social media, website, press releases, e-newsletter and corporate publications.
- Conduct copywriting and translation duties.
- Work with internal teams to ensure consistent messaging and brand identity.
- Assist with press enquiry and events and be assigned to other duties or ad hoc project related to the Communications team for WWF development as required.
Required Qualifications and Skills
- Bachelor's degree in Communications, Public Relations, or related fields.
- A minimum of 2-3 years’ relevant experience in public affairs, corporate communications or media relations.
- Excellent in written and verbal communication skills in both English and Chinese.
- Experience in journalistic field is a plus.
- Internet savvy, with experience in social media and content creation
- Experience in using Mailchimp/Digital Marketing tools and Graphic software such as photoshop/adobe suite will be an advantage.
Required Behavioural Skills
- A good team player with strong communication, interpersonal and organization skills.
- Positive attitude, self-starter, detail-oriented and have great sense of responsibility.
- Can work well under pressure.
Candidates with more experience will be considered for the role of Senior Communication Officer.
APPLICATION: For interested candidates, please apply with a full resume with work history, your current and expected salary through https://wwfhk.bamboohr.com/careers/203
WWF, the World Wide Fund for Nature, a non-profit organisation, headquartered in Switzerland, is one of the world’s most recognisable and respected independent conservation organisations.
To find out more about us, please visit our website at wwf.org.hk now.