The Communications department of Societe Generale Asia-Pacific ensures:
The definition and implementation of the Communication strategy in the region (approx. 8000 staff across 12 countries), in line with Societe Generale Group Communications’ and Asia-Pacific’s overall strategy and objectives’
The promotion of Societe Generale’s brand, culture, values, and business expertise to its internal and external stakeholders in the Asia-Pacific region;
The support of its business activities, principally in Financing & Advisory, Global Markets and Investor Solutions, Asset Management, and Transaction Banking.
Branding & advertising;
Partnerships & citizenship;
Editorial & digital communications;
The South East Asia sub-region encompasses 5 countries: Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.
Based in Singapore and working under the supervision of the Head of Communication, Asia Pacific and the Group Country Head of Singapore & Head of South East Asia and India, the South East Asia Communications Manager is responsible for:
Developing and implementing the communications plan for South East Asia, integrating local implementation of the global/APAC communication strategy
Providing communications support to the South East Asia EXCO
Representing communication at the Singapore Branch Executive Committee and various staff engagement committees
Promote the bank’s image as an employer;
Support and enhance client relations;
Generate staff engagement
The scope of responsibility covers all channels promoting Societe Generale’s image and activities in South East Asia, in coordination with the respective contacts in the regional communication team:
Branding & advertising
Partnerships & Citizenship
Editorial & digital communications
Resources, monitoring and strategy
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