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PR Manager

job title: PR Manager
contract type: Part-time
location: Wan Chai
salary: to be discussed, depending experience and availability
ref: JOB_000546[868]
job published: 8 days ago

job description

CAPS is looking for a part-time PR manager to join their team. 

Public Relations Manager

The Centre for Asian Philanthropy and Society (CAPS) is a uniquely Asian, independent, action-oriented research and advisory organization committed to maximizing private resources for doing good. CAPS works across 18 Asian countries and territories to generate evidence-based insights into how individuals, companies and governments can best address social challenges. 

CAPS is seeking to hire a part-time consultant with strong communications, event management and media relation skills as a Public Relations Manager for its head office in Hong Kong. The Public Relations Manager will be a member of a small but high-powered team and work closely with senior management at CAPS. 

This position can accommodate flexible working hours, to be negotiated with the successful candidate. It will be advertised on a rolling basis until a suitable candidate is found. The initial contract is for one year, with the potential for longer-term engagement.


  • Execute high-profile thought leadership conference curations, including inviting internationally-renowned speakers;
  • Manage communications with event stakeholders in efficient and effective manner;
  • Conduct necessary research (electronic and print sources) to source speakers;
  • Write up conference documents including event briefs, programs and relevant event collateral;
  • Work with relevant vendors, such as graphic designers and printers, to produce promotional materials and collateral;
  • Strengthen the CAPS brand by identifying and engaging with local, regional and international print and broadcast media;
  • Ensure coverage of CAPS’ research and thought leadership by relevant media through an effective media relations strategy;
  • Develop and manage all media contacts;
  • Conduct other relevant tasks as needed.


  • At least a bachelor’s degree in Public Relations, Journalism, English, Communications, Marketing or related disciplines;
  • 6+ years of experience in journalism/PR/communications/media relations or related fields;
  • Proven experience of managing large scale events and communication projects;
  • Strong organizational and event planning skills;
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills;
  • Strong interpersonal skills and cultural sensitivities;
  • A good understanding of print and broadcast media needs;
  • Knowledge of and/or connections with major regional and international print and broadcast media contacts. Existing networks with national media representatives in at least some of the countries covered by CAPS are desirable;
  • Self-motivated, reliable, responsible and accurate with good attention to detail;
  • Experience or interest in education/philanthropy/social sectors;
  • Native proficiency in English. Fluency in additional Asian languages desirable. 

Additionally, the successful candidate will:

  • Appreciate this position as a singular opportunity with the potential for learning and growth;
  • Have a sense of humor.

If interested, please send a cover letter and CV. Please note that applications without a cover letter will not be considered.  

More information about CAPS can be found at