Job SummaryThe Corporate Communications Editor will provide communications content and PR support to the Communications Director Head and or across department to ensure the department and rsquo s overall effectiveness Organisational Relationships The Corporate Communications Editor reports to the Head of Media Unit The Corporate Communications Editor may report to managers and or officers in the Communications Department as and when necessary to the benefit of the work Duties and Responsibilities of the Corporate Communications Editor of the Communications DepartmentEssential Duties The Corporate Communications Editor and rsquo s responsibilities include but are not limited to the following 1 To manage the corporate website of the-AFC com2 To coordinate and produce featured content with the various departments for the-AFC com3 Responsibility Referees Development Member Associations Technical Youth Development and other key initiatives 4 To manage and liaise with the AFC AV Unit for OTT broadcast and other extended coverage 5 To liaise with the AFC Arabic Content Unit to ensure articles features are produced within deadlines 6 as required tobe confident dealing with i developing content for AFC s various channels including media releases speeches messages scripts forewords brochures print publications iioccasionallyalso other areas of the Department as and when required e g social media editing proof-reading etc 7 ensureconsistency of messagingacross all of the above activities 8 Adhoc duties as and when required PreferredKnowledge Skills Abilities Required Minimum five years experience in the Communications and Media field with experience in an international environmentExcellent communication skills both written and oral with native level English Knowledge of additional Asian languages would be an advantageExperience within the football sports industry is a clear advantageGood working knowledge of Microsoft Office applicationsAttention to detail good time-management skillsAbility to follow guidelines and work on own initiative Expatriates are welcomeSupervisory Controls The Corporate Communications Editor does not direct the activities of staff or a functionThe Corporate Communications Editor must have good team working skills in order to accomplish the responsibilities of the positionDifficulty and Complexity This position requires a high degree of professionalism and an ability to interact with a variety of entities and individualsThe Corporate Communications Editor is required to have a strong sense of diplomacy and integrity in performing his her duties
Type : Company job
Role : Junior Executive
Industry : Sports
Salary : MYR 4,000 - 6,000
The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) is the governing body of Asian football and one of the six Confederations making up FIFA.
Formed in 1954 in Manila on the sidelines of the second Asian Games, the AFC was sanctioned by FIFA in Berne, Switzerland on June 21 of that year.
The AFC is now headquartered in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and consists of 46 Member Associations and one Associate Member Association (The Northern Mariana Islands). Shaikh Salman bin Ebrahim Al Khalifa of Bahrain is the AFC President.
The AFC is responsible for running football in Asia. Among its various responsibilities are: regulating the game, drafting new laws to improve the sport, implementing the law, boosting grassroots and youth football, and conducting major competitions.