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Company: Saudi Aramco
Position:
Ad & Media Supervisor
Location:
Other
Job Status:  Not Specified
Ad Expires: 
October 14, 2013
Job ID: 1527274

Description:

 

Ad & Media Supervisor
The Public Relations Department (PRD) of Saudi Aramco is seeking an experienced Advertising and Media Supervisor to work within its Corporate Brand Management Division (CBMD).
The division is responsible for enhancing and protecting the company image through interaction with public industry leaders, opinion leaders, its customers and the media. Corporate Brand Management supports the other PRD functions with the development of materials for both print and digital mediums. CBMD also manages the Corporate brand and iconography, as well as the guidelines for its use, interaction with other brands and application. The function develops, places and manages the cycle planning for all corporate and internal advertising
The Ad and Media Supervisor is responsible for communications creative including graphical, thematic and digital concepts which communicate Company messages and guide development of campaign graphics, themes and treatments.

You will have demonstrated proven ability in;
Vision, developing and creating graphic directions to bring concepts to life
Developing campaign concepts and series to communicate messages
Delivering innovative, relevant and audience specific themes and concepts which visually articulate communication themes and which deliver specific information linked to events, announcements, and brands.
University Degree in Public Relations or related field.

Nine (9) years' experience in public relations, journalism or related field

Excellent command of oral and written English; Arabic is highly desirable.

Thorough knowledge and interest in industry public relations and trends world-wide.

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