SGAC is looking for creative, motivated, and self-driven individuals to join the Public Relations (PR) and Communications Team. These new team members will help execute the SGAC’s vision with excellence and professionalism in a global context. This position offers challenging, rewarding and professional skill-building experience, and is a great opportunity to work on products with high visibility across the SGAC network, partners and supporters. The new team members will work under the direction of the current PR & Communications Leads, Anne Nethmini and Tsion Bonger.

Deadline for applications: Extended 15 March 2023


The PR & Communications team members will work under the guidance of the SGAC PR and Communications Leads and focus on:

  • SGAC Communication Strategy 
    • Keep the strategy up-to-date
    • Maintenance of the related documents
    • Overseeing that it is respected and followed by the overall organisation
  • SGAC Social Media and Outreach
    • Create, edit and promote news, events, opportunities pertinent to SGAC activities
    • Ensure brand consistency, high-quality posts and tailored language for each platform (SGAC website, Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook and Instagram)
    • Execution of communications strategy across social media platforms with the common tone, professionalism and story-telling capability
    • Work with SGAC Graphic Designers to ensure professional quality visuals
      Assist with collection of social media analytics across platforms (such as reach, engagement, followers, etc.)
    • Community Management
    • Manage and facilitate the SGAC online community and global network by responding to inquiries and developing discussions
    • Plan outreach content and delivery
    • Implement outreach initiatives, competitions and campaigns that promote the organisation and brand to a global network
    • Share the SGAC activities with various partner organisations of SGAC
    • Take care of the SGAC Newsletter and press releases
    • Form collaborations with influencers across the SGAC social media platforms
    • Maintain the SGAC Mailchimp account
  • SGAC Brand Identity 
    • Create or update the SGAC Brand Identity and templates
    • Maintenance of the related documents
    • Overseeing the SGAC visuals and overall material to make sure it is complaint with the SGAC guidelines
  • Public Relations and General Duties
    • Answering emails in a timely fashion from Event Managers and SGAC PR and Communications Leads
    • Address concerns and participate in active discussions concerning the development and improvement of SGAC public relations activities
    • Maintain the SGAC YouTube channel
    • Maintain the SGAC Slack workspace
    • Assist with design and development of other SGAC related material, as appropriate


  • SGAC membership: registration on the SGAC website and being 18-35 years of age for the duration of the appointment 
  • Flexible and proactive for creative and diversified posting
  • Ability to communicate and coordinate in an international team as this position requires working remotely with every region in the world
  • Past experience with SGAC team is a plus
  • Previous experience with social media and outreach campaigns (including use of Hootsuite) is a plus
  • Creativity and comfort for proposing new and innovative ideas to strengthen SGAC’s PR & Communications activities
  • Excellent English skills, good computer skills, and speedy email response time
  • Some skills in the use of editing and/or graphic design and video software are preferable.


  • Meeting and working with young space sector leaders from around the world
  • Gain experience as a communicator in a professional and growth environment and part of a global communications campaign.
  • Building leadership skills and other skills that are directly translatable to your career
  • Being recognised internationally as part of the organisation’s leadership on the SGAC Team webpage
  • Having a higher chance of receiving SGAC scholarships to attend conferences around the world: SGAC team members receive discounts on SGAC events, and also receive consideration for SGAC Space Generation Leadership Awards and Global Grants Program

How to Apply

To apply for this position, please complete our Vacancy Application Form by Extended 15 March 2023 with the following documents as attachments:

  • A Letter of Intent (maximum 1 page)
  • Your CV (maximum 2 pages)
  • List of three past experiences and how they have prepared you for this role (maximum 1 page)
  • Optional: A sample of your work/portfolio

Only complete applications will be considered.

Timeline for Applications

Application Open: 1 February 2023
Application Close: Extended 15 March 2023
Announcement of Results: End of March 2023



For questions concerning this vacancy, please contact the SGAC PR & Communication Team at [email protected]