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Wanted : Marketing & Communications Manager – SEA, Asia Media Monitors

Asia Media Monitors (AMM) is the SE Asia headquarters of Media Monitors, Asia Pacific's leading media intelligence company. The group monitors and analyses traditional and online media for over 5000 clients across the region and helps clients to make sense of the media.

Asia Media Monitors is a MSC status company and has over 180 employees many of which are based in our regional HQ which can be found in the Menara Taipan building on Jalan P Ramlee in Kuala Lumpur. AMM has offices in Malaysia. Our multilingual monitoring and CARMA® analysis teams adhere to the highest industry standards and as a result the company won several awards at the prestigious International Association for Measurement and Evaluation of Communication Awards in 2009 and 2010.

The Media Monitors group has over 28 years of experience and over 800 full-time employees. Media Monitors has offices in Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong and China servicing government, corporate and public relations agencies.

Responsibilities:

You will help develop and implement communication strategies including new product releases, develop brand positioning, write toolkits and marketing collateral, manage events and media relations. You will be fully engaged in marketing services, including public relations and digital communications, proven social media experience is a must. You will use research/insights on client and market data to identify and recommend marketing opportunities to help drive sales and prospect pipelines. As a member of the SEA Management Team, this position plays an important role in ensuring that the SEA business works in a smart and efficient way and ensures that the company provides competitive solutions.
Lead regional and strategic campaign planning for new and existing clients
Develop and implement marketing campaigns that generate sales leads
Responsible for brand building activities for the SEA region
Be the South East Asia guardian of the company's brand and image
Support the team on internal and external marketing activities, including newsletter, blogs and global best practices
Manage communication that differentiate us in the marketplace
Works closely with and manages external agencies and suppliers
Responsible for all internal and external communications for the company, in line with Group messages
Requirements:
Minimum of 5 years marketing and communications experience either in-house or at an agency
Outstanding proven track record of delivering successful marketing and communications programmes, preferably in business to business marketing space, working across multiple markets in SEA
Experience in copywriting
Have a solid understanding of social media
Self starter and able to work with minimal supervision, yet with a high quality of output
Analytical and creative outlook combined with determination to execute perfectly
Excellent communication skills - spoken and written
Confident and comfortable working with internal and external clients at all levels
Highly organized, fast learner with interest in the media

If you are interested in applying for this position, please send in your application directly to HR-SEA@asiamediamonitors.com, with a cover letter and CV. Closing date: 31 Jan 2011.

At Asia Media Monitors we look for people who have drive, passion, are progressive and most importantly enjoy working in a team environment.
Check out this link to understand "How happy are the employees at Asia Media Monitors":http://www.asiamediamonitors.com/insights/blogs/categories/blog-global-connections/how-happy-are-our-staff-at-the-office-

Please note: Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

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