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Football Association of Singapore

Football Association of Singapore

Assistant Manager


Role Type


First Team

Posting Date

Jan 9, 2023

Role description

Reporting to the Director (Corporate Communications), the Assistant Manager / Manager (Corporate Communications) will assist in managing the full spectrum of FAS/SPL communications, both internal and external, including but not limited to media relations, stakeholder outreach, as well as content development for FAS-driven and partner events.

Duties & Responsibilities

• Develop and execute vibrant PR plans to communicate key messages, and generate publicity for FAS, SPL, and our partners (where necessary).

• Coordinate the development of FAS Annual Reports.

• Prepare communications-related materials for all meetings.

• Manage incoming media queries, draft responses, and undertake necessary follow-up actions.

• Develop content for FAS’s and SPL’s social media channels and draft timely relevant updates about relevant local football development and FAS events.

• Engage the local media and develop communications materials including (but not limited to) press releases, press/holding statements, talking points, and media factsheets.

• Develop content for communications and marketing purposes including social media, editorial stories, brochure copy, company's website, speeches, videos, and other suitable forms of content.

• Assist the management in supervising the Corporate Communications team in achieving departmental KPIs.

• Monitor, manage and provide critical analysis of daily media reports. Prepare weekly reports.

• Provide guidance and mentorship for junior members of the Corporate Communications team and supervise the work produced by them to ensure a high level of standard is met.

• Provide administrative support and any other assigned tasks to ensure the smooth running of the department operations.

• Undertake any other duties as assigned Director (Corporate Communications) and/or the General Secretary.

1. Able to display extremely strong knowledge and understanding of all matters related to Singapore football, in particular, the National ‘A’ team and the Singapore Premier League.

2. Strong written skills in English across a variety of collaterals, alongside excellent communication skills – with meticulous attention to detail.

3. At least five years of public relations or corporate communications experience. Previous examples of supervisory experience will place candidates in a strong position for consideration.

4. Able to demonstrate creative thinking when developing editorial content.

5. An enthusiastic team player who is able to work independently when required.

6. Experience in basic web design and basic accounting will be advantageous.

7. A university degree/diploma in communications, public relations, marketing communications, or equivalent.

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