Wednesday, 3 March 2010

External Communications Job Going at MphasiS

External Communication Specialist
Member of the Corporate Communications team at MphasiS, an HP Company.
Will build awareness among key stakeholders about MphasiS strategy, capabilities and differentiators.
Will develop and execute an External Communications Strategy consisting of an integrated Media and Analyst enablement program.
The position is based out of MphasiS corporate HQ at Bangalore
Key responsibilities
Media Relations
 Execution of a comprehensive media outreach program for key Business Units.
 Highlight MphasiS with local, national and international media outlets - broadcast, print and Web - to ensure the company's messages are disseminated efficiently and accurately in news and feature stories.
 Day to day management of the PR Agency
 Conduct a Bi-Annual Media Audit
 Maintain a Project Plan for Media Relations
Analyst Relations
 Help develop and manage analyst relations with global business analyst groups like Forrester, Gartner, IDC and sourcing analysts like Everest, TPI, EquaTerra and others.
 Help with research and documentation for successful analyst interactions resulting in positive rating (like comparison reports/waves/industry reports)
Requirements
 Education in Marketing, Journalism/Communications preferred
 4-6 years overall work experience; prior experience in PR function desired
 High degree of organization; ability to multi-task and meet strict deadlines
 Ability to manage complex projects
 Interface with senior executives and provide communications counsel
 New media skills such as video, podcasting, etc.
 Outstanding (fluent) verbal and written English skills
For more details contact
Michelle Nalini Kumar
Head - Corporate Communications
+91 80 4004 1020 office; Mobile - +91 98450 61533 |michelle.kumar@mphasis.com
Level 1, Bagmane Laurel, Bagmane Tech Park. C V Raman Nagar. Bangalore- 560 093
www.mphasis.com

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