The Cambodia Communication Assistance Project (CCAP) is a three year project funded by Australian Aid Program and implemented by ABC International Development. The goal of the project is to promote better governance in Cambodia, mainly through working in partnership with selective provincial departments of information (PDI) to produce fair and balanced radio programs.
CCAP is looking for an experienced marketing officer to put their skills into practice by assisting the PDIs in theirbusinessdevelopment. The officer will work to developa target business list, create a marketing strategy, work with an advertising agency, develop promotional materials and nurture current and future collaborations with the PDIs.
Scope of work
• Map radio landscape in project provinces
• Research radio rate cards in project provinces
• Create list of local NGOs S businesses to target for advertising
• Assist with delivery of basic marketing & sales training
• Create basic sales & marketing toolkit
• Meet with potential advertisers, sponsors S advertising agencies
• Liaise with an advertising agency
• Develop promotional materials
• Travel on a public transport when necessary to project provinces including Battambang, Kampong Cham, Kampot and Siem Reap
• English/Khmer interpretation
• Other related tasks
Key Selection Criteria
• Graduate in Marketing, Business Studies, Sales, Management or related field
• Sound understanding of marketing and sustainability strategies
• Excellent communication skills
• Ability to work independently with pro-active attitude
• High level of verbal S written English
• At least 2 years experience in marketing
• Media & sales experience preferable
• Duration: six months starting from June 2014
• Salary range: $650 - $750
Closing date: 6th June 2014 by 5:00pm. Qualified individuals should send a cover letter addressing key selection criteria, together with a CV to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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