Communication & Documentation Officer
At least a Bachelor’s degree in Communications, Journalism, Public Relations or related field.
Initiative and creativity:
Must be resourceful and take initiative even when given minimal direction.
Must be a confident communicator and have good presentation skills.
Excellent written, and interpersonal skills:
Strong writing, editing, proofreading, layout and design are essential, including ability to present concepts verbally.
Fluent in English
Good time management:
Must possess excellent organisational and planning skills.
Ability to work independently and with a team.
Knowledge of Microsoft Suite (including Word, Excel and Powerpoint) is necessary.
Being an NGO, work continues 24/7 (or as and when needed), so candidate must have an enthusiastic willingness to work over-time and on weekends from time to time.
Knowledge of Adobe Suite (including Adobe PhotoShop, InDesign, and Illustrator) is an asset
ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Creating communications content on behalf of the organisation to be shared with Corporate Partners, Donors and Students.
Providing guidance, explaining requirements and problem solving when required for documentations help.
Reports and Presentations:
Make the design, content and production of all the communication collaterals, i.e, Proposal, Pre-Reports, Post-Reports, Bi-Annual and Annual Reports and presentations, etc.
Data Management and Analysis:
Student Data, Interviews and analytical skills for Scholarship Programmes.
Management and communication:
Interactions with Donors and Students for various scholarship projects and initiatives.
Work closely with operations, scholarship and communications team members to conceptualise and implement communication strategies, mentorship events and interactions involving students and donors.