NagaWorld Phnom Penh is the first and best-in-class integrated hotel, entertainment complex in fast-emerging Cambodia, owned by holding company NagaCorp. We are a fast growing Multinational Company, now looking for a dynamic individual for the following position.
Responsible for advocacy efforts of the Company in Cambodia and delivering on public relations disciplines
• Leads the group's public policy advocacy in Cambodia
• Develops messages with oversight from the CEO to execute material development and communication cascades
• Identifies potential issues and develops proactive issues management strategies, includes liaising with key internal stakeholders as mandated by CEO and EXCO
• Builds relationships with and acts as liaison to key third-party influencers, key advocacy organizations and external constituencies for public relations and public affairs activities
• Possess a strong understanding of media, emerging storylines, ability to mine the landscape for creative ways to leverage relevant news pegs to the benefit of the group
• Knowledge of history, government, political systems, cultures, world geography, international affairs, and political and social issues across the world
• Bachelor's degree in liberal arts, business or related discipline (communication or journalism a plus)
• Skill and fluency in Khmer, Chinese and in English, both written and oral are required; sufficient to communicate verbally with native Khmer speakers, and to write and edit public relations and technical documents
This is an unique opportunity with great scope for growth. A competitive salary package with fantastic benefits will be offered to the right candidate. Please apply in confidence by submitting your CVto firstname.lastname@example.org.
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