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Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Intel Corporation posted a job you might be interested in

Intel Corporation

Regional Communications Manager, APJ
Taipei City, Taiwan, TW - Information Technology and Services

Overview: As an APJ Regional Communications Manager you are responsible for positioning Intel as an innovation leader. You work closely with Marketing and Employee Communications peers to achieve results by exercising influence across multiple markets with a diverse range of resourcing and skillsets. You lead from the front by identifying, developing and communicating Intel's innovation, both directly (brand journalism) and indirectly (press/influencers). This role requires both the traditional PR skills of a 'press hound' and the social savvy of a 'digital storyteller'. 

The successful candidate requires strong communications skills, sound business acumen, the ability to work under pressure, willingness to take risks, and comfort with unstructured/ambiguous situations. You must be independent, proactive and collaborative, and have high cultural sensitivity. The ability to effectively harness agencies for high-value, high-volume outcomes is essential; as are innate storytelling and social/digital skills. 

Reporting Lines: You are part of the APJ Communications Group, which nests under APJ Marketing. You report to the APJ Communications Group Manager, based in Hong Kong. The role backfills one pre-existing within APJ. The role does not have any direct reports; rather, in addition to your own front-line work, you achieve results via agencies. Country PR teams also are critical partners. 

Job Description: The success of your performance is based on the following criteria: 

The ability to establish and maintain close partnerships across Marketing and Employee Communications, and to jointly define and implement strategic, integrated communications programs which position Intel as an innovation leader in Asia. 
Innate storytelling skills matched with social savvy, incl. a deep familiarity with current and emerging social platforms and tools; and the ability to put this knowledge and experience to use. 
A strong foundation in traditional media relations with the ability to position Intel with major global outlets; and to structure compelling and relevant traditional PR programs that achieve widespread country support. 
The ability to work collaboratively with senior executive and business unit stakeholders to understand and translate goals into strategic, integrated communications programs. The ability to de-prioritize (ZBB) professionally and with courtesy where warranted. 
The ability to effectively partner with and harness agencies for high-volume, high-quality outcomes. 
The ability to lobby for and secure incremental funding where necessary, and to prioritize in a lean resourcing environment. 
The ability to structure relevant metrics that ensure transparency and accountability of performance. 

No salary provided

Posted April 21, 2015 at 11:14AM from LinkedIn