The Role

Our client is a utilities company based in Abu Dhabi with offices, subsidiaries and joint ventures based across the GCC.

It is currently looking for an experienced Communications Manager to join its busy corporate communications team. Reporting into the Corporate Communications Director, you will manage two reports; one Media Relations Executive and one Communications Executive.


Working closely with the Corporate Communications Director, you will assist in managing media strategies and both internal and external communication campaigns. Maintaining strong contacts within the media, you will handle regional communication of the clients messages, news and information. You will also be heavily involved in assisting in the training of executives in media interviews.

Within this role, you will provide support to the finance department on financial announcements and general assembly meetings.

Only Emirati Nationals can be accepted for this role. No other nationalities need apply.

Start ASAP.

About the Company

We are an international recruitment consultancy focusing exclusively on the digital, PR, communications, sales, marketing and information sectors.

Our consultancy goes beyond finding and nurturing the best talent. For our clients we offer tailored advice on recruitment strategy, from competency based interviewing to staff retention.

With offices in London and Dubai, we have a ten year heritage in international recruitment. Our services cover Western and Eastern Europe, Turkey, the Middle East, India and the Far East.

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Communications Manager | Fabric Abu Dhabi, UAE

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