The Role

Our client, is a leading transport and logistics business and is looking to recruit a Corporate Communications Manager.
Based in Dubai you will work closely with the Corporate Communications Director to work on external communications for the business. This will cover managing the PR agency which is due to be announced shortly and working on planning, strategy driving the business forward and growing the department. This role will allow you to eventually move up as the Corporate Communications Director. You will help with the management of a small team and oversee the public relation affairs.


The successful candidate will have worked a minimum of 5-6 years within a public relations agency, or on the client side in a similar industry. You must show a passion for PR and the ability to influence and set strong relationships with the local and international media.
The role is paying 20,000 – 25,000 aed.

About the Company

Kingston Stanley is a specialist independent Marketing Recruitment Consultancy, based in Dubai and servicing the Middle East and North Africa regions. We are committed to providing the highest levels of customer satisfaction leveraged through a truly personal service. With an in depth insight into the technical requirements, coupled with a commercial understanding to help your business grow, or to enhance your personal career.

Based in the region since 2006, we are viewed by our clients, candidates and competition as marketing recruitment experts. We specialise in jobs within: Advertising, Branding, Creative, Digital, Events, Emiratisation, Marketing, Media and Public Relations.

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Communications Manager |Kingston Stanley Dubai, UAE

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