• Conceptualise, develop and implement the Board’s overall corporate communication programmes and activities
A leading grant - making organisation that channels gaming revenues to give hope to and improve lives in our community.
We manage our assets prudently, make social investments and fund worthy causes to build a stronger community.
We ensure that Singapore Pools and Singapore Turf Club conduct their gaming operations professionally and in a socially responsible manner.
Established on 1 January 1988, Tote Board (Singapore Totalisator Board) holds the legal right to operate Horse racing and totalisator operations through its agent and proprietary club, the Singapore Turf Club; and 4D, Toto, Singapore Sweep and sports betting through its agent and wholly-owned subsidiary, Singapore Pools (Private) Limited.
Tote Board also manages its funding activities from the gaming surpluses generated from the operations of Singapore Turf Club and Singapore Pools, and from the casino entry levies.
• Cultivate local media and community relations to profile the Board’s initiatives and enhance its brand equity
• Review the channels for outreach and positioning the Board in the marketplace, including the Board’s corporate website or other avenues such as new media
• Compile information, review and write or vet content for corporate collateral and reports e.g. Annual Report, Social Report, etc
• Support the various Divisions in their communications needs by proposing strategies or programmes to advance their business objectives
• Coordinate Board’s events and media-related activities, including working with the Division’s representative to promote and send event and media invites to beneficiaries, and be the spokesperson at Board’s events
• Periodic review of the processes on the use of the Board’s logo and brand guidelines
• Provide guidance to staff and external parties on the correct use of the Board’s logo and brand guidelines
• Collate and submit Corporate Communications related data or information to government agencies
• Participate in government agencies Corporate Communications initiatives, such as exchanges with MOF’s Corporate Communications
• Degree holder with a good degree in Mass Communications, Marketing, etc
• At least 5 years of relevant experience in MARCOM
• At least 2 years of experience in a statutory board or ministry
• Experience in working with other organisations’ corporate communications department to develop content
• Preferably some experience in media relations
• Excellent communication skills, both oral and written
• Diplomatic in dealing with external and internal parties
• Creative, resourceful and independent individual who is able to work well in a team setting
If you are shortlisted for the position(s), you should hear from us within 30 days of the closing date of the advertisement.
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