In line with its vision, PSI/Cambodia has evolved into a Cambodian organization, Population Services Khmer (PSK). PSK is an independent, local non-government organization that was registered with the Cambodian Ministry of Interior. PSK’s mission is to improve the health of low-income and vulnerable Cambodians through social marketing in collaboration with the Royal Government of Cambodia. PSK will have an organic and sustained connection with PSI and will benefit from the global network to promote life-saving products, services and communications to help Cambodians lead healthier lives.
Communications and Marketing Manager: HIV, Cambodian national only, 1 full-time position
Communications and Marketing Manager (HIV) has several crucial roles including: lead the development and implementation of Total Market Approach (TMA); manage the HIV brand portfolio, manage the development and approval process for branded HIV-related mass and mid media communications; manage advertising agencies/design houses in the production of branded HIV related materials; and manage the design, production and testing of all communication materials to ensure they are production/print/air-ready for either procurement or airing.
. Bachelor Degree in Marketing or relevant field;
. At least 5 years working experience in the field of communications/marketing or relevant field.
. Strong leadership skill to lead, and motivate team to achieve effective results
. Strong Brand Management Skills
. Exceptional skills in developing branded communications campaigns
. Good background in budget management is required.
. Good in Microsoft Offices, email and internet;
. Proficiency in English
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