Our ASEAN Business Development Marketing Communications (BDMC) department, based in Bangkok, is seeking a business development executive / senior editor for its growing team.
Chandler MHM is the Bangkok office of Mori Hamada & Matsumoto, a leading law firm in Japan and across ASEAN.
The role would mainly involve:
• Preparation of awards and directory submissions for the ASEAN practice in English language.
• Editing publications from an English language perspective.
• Editing legal work product from an English language perspective.
• Keeping track of deals and updating the deal database.
• Preparing business news updates and research in English language.
• Co-ordination of knowledge management.
The qualifications of the candidate would include:
• A degree, preferably in business studies, law, marketing, English language or a related
• High work standards with a commitment to work to deadlines and be methodical.
• A commitment to maintaining the highest level of confidentiality.
• A high level of oral and written communication skills in English language.
• A high level of IT skills (MS office)
Thai citizens or foreign nationals are welcome to apply.
Full training will be provided for the role.
Salary depends on qualifications and experience.
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