Key Responsibilities and Expectations

  • Develop creative content strategies that align with overall communications objectives and utilizes Tencent’s existing platforms including the corporate website, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, WeChat and other digital media as appropriate
  • Be responsible for the voice, style and quality of the content published in English. Develop and implement guidelines to ensure consistency
  • Establish effective benchmarks and KPIs for the content team
  • Lead cross-team collaboration efforts with various internal stakeholders and external agencies. Create and optimize team workflows
  • Strategize and implement digital campaigns, ensuring localization appropriate for different regions and markets
  • Manage resources, including outsourcing, external cooperation, as well as content creation and pipeline management tools
  • Oversee the monthly content calendar and the production/sourcing of content

Skills

  • Outstanding creative writing and storytelling skills in English
  • Ability to create and manage a rich content calendar and ensure published content is of high quality and on time
  • Sensitive to media issues in technology and innovation
  • Strong ability to build relationships with partners and teammates across linguistic, cultural, geographic and time differences
  • Team player, with the confidence to take the lead and guide the development of colleagues
  • Effective project management and organizational skills
  • Creative thinker – both in terms of content and problem solving
  • Able to work under pressure and adapt to a fast-paced work environment
  • Graphic design, video production, digital campaigns, and SEO experience would be a plus

 Qualifications

  • At least 5 years of experience as a writer, editor, journalist, or communications professional at a large agency or multinational company
  • A portfolio showing high-quality content deliverables
  • In-house PR experience is preferred but not required
  • Media relations experience is a plus
  • Related degree preferred but not required
  • Excellent writer and fluent speaker of English

About the Company:
Tencent is a leading global technology company focused on connecting people and developing innovative products and services that improve the quality of life of people around the world. Founded in 1998 and publicly traded on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange since 2004, Tencent offers a variety of products and services, including leading communication and social platforms (Weixin/WeChat), high-quality entertainment (from video games, music, TV and film, sport and literature), FinTech (WeChat Pay and QQ Wallet) and industry-leading cloud products and services.

Headquartered in Shenzhen, we have offices around the world, including in Amsterdam, London, Berlin, Los Angeles, Palo Alto, Seattle, New York, Tokyo, Singapore, Bangkok, and Seoul. We have been recognized by Forbes as one of the World’s Best Employers (2021), a Top 100 Digital Company (2019) and one of the World’s Most Innovative Companies (2018). Tencent is committed to recruiting, mentoring, and developing a diverse workforce that is broadly representative of the communities it serves.

 

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion at Tencent:
Diversity, equity and inclusion are important, interdependent components of our workplace. As an equal opportunity employer, we firmly believe that diverse voices fuel our innovation and allow us to better serve our users and the community. We foster an environment where every employee of Tencent feels supported and inspired to achieve individual and common goals. 

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