Posted on :
23 Sep, 2015
23 Sep, 2015
REQUIREMENTS : 3-year tertiary qualifications in Communication or Journalism or Media
Studies. Writing experience. Experience in the media and communication
environment. Experience in media strategy development and implementation.
Experience in media monitoring and analysis. Reasonable knowledge of the
Marine Living Resources Act, 1998 (Act No 18 of 1998), the Promotion of
Access to Information Act, 2000 (Act No 2 of 2000), Public Finance
Management Act, 1999 (Act No 1 of 1999) and Protection of Personal
Information Act, 2013 (Act No 4 of 2013). Research experience. Relevant
experience in dealing with stakeholders (both internally and externally). The
ability to work under pressure. Good communication, interpersonal, planning
and organising skills are a necessity. Computer literacy in MS Office software.
DUTIES : Produce regular newsletters and special editions on the Fishing Rights
Allocation Process and Small-scale Fisheries Implementation. Distribute
newsletters to internal and external stakeholders. Produce schedules for
publication content. Ensure FRAP and Small-scale Fisheries content is
regularly updated on the website. Design and develop brochures, leaflets,
exhibition materials and other material, including branding and signage.
Facilitate development and production of FRAP and small-scale fisheries
booklets. Develop and implement media plans. Write media release in
respect of FRAP-related matters intended for internal and external
stakeholders and take photographs. Conduct daily media monitoring for local
newspapers. Develop media briefing documents such as fact sheets and
background information. Collate information with regard to media enquiries
and draft responses. Assist with the implementation of FRAP communication
strategy plan. Provide inputs in relation to sector-specific policies.
ENQUIRIES : Mr M. Mdledle tel. (021) 402-3422
APPLICATIONS : [email protected] or fax: 086 762 2910