JTI is a member of Japan Tobacco group of companies (JT). We were formed as recently as 1999, yet today we operate in 120 countries. A diverse company that makes excellence the standard and constantly looks to the future, we have a clear goal, to be the most successful and respected tobacco company in the world.
JTI Global leaf function is integral to achieving this goal. Set up in 2009, Leaf Services aims to source the best tobacco and reliably supply quality leaf that underpins our global success. We have a vision to become recognized as a global leader in sustainable leaf supply.
You can play a key part in securing a safe and prosperous future for JTI and yourself.
Job Title    :    Communications Supervisor
You will join the Corporate Affairs & Communications Department reporting to the CA&C Manager.
The Communications Supervisor supports the local management in its internal and external communication efforts, through the development and production of communication materials for both internal and external purposes, ensuring alignment to the direction provided by the Global Leaf Communication Strategy. The position will also support appropriate corporate branding of the entity through application of the corporate identity Guidelines and is also expected to identify, propose and initiate communication opportunities, where active participation can be required including Media Relation Management.
Key Requirements
•    University degree, Communications, International Relations, Business Administration.
•    Experience in a similar role in an international company, or significant local firm with a proven track record in corporate communications, PR, media relations or copy editing, and ideally a mix of these disciplines.
•    Fluent English and official local language.
•    Strong knowledge of MS Office. Experience of content management systems or graphic design or photo editing software is an advantage.

All interested and qualified candidates can send their detailed applications to by 9th October, 2015.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted further.
Source: The Guardian 2nd October, 2015