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Manager / Senior Manager (Corporate Communications)

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Agency: Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore
Job no.: 523592
Work type: Permanent
Location: Singapore
Categories:Public Relations/Corporate Communications/Psychology

The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) was established on 2 February 1996, with the mission to develop Singapore as a premier global hub port and international maritime centre (IMC), and to advance and safeguard Singapore's strategic maritime interests.

MPA is the driving force behind Singapore's port and maritime development, taking on the roles of Port Authority, Port Regulator, Port Planner, IMC Champion, and National Maritime Representative.

MPA partners the industry and other agencies to enhance safety, security and environmental protection in our port waters, facilitate port operations and growth, expand the cluster of maritime ancillary services, and promote maritime R&D and manpower development.

The Corporate Communications Department develops and implements communications strategies that support MPA’s mission to develop and promote Singapore as a premier global hub port and an international maritime centre, and to advance and safeguard Singapore’s strategic maritime interests.

As part of the Media Relations team in the Corporate Communications Department, you will drive positive media coverage to showcase the initiatives of MPA and Maritime Singapore through media engagement, media releases, speeches, talking points and more. You will also be required to draft media replies and FAQs, as well as handle crisis communications.

You should possess a good university degree in a relevant discipline and have at least 4 - 6 years of relevant experience, preferably in media relations.  You must also be a good communicator with strong writing and presentation skills, and be able to work well under pressure.

Please note that only shortlisted candidates are notified.

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