Communications manager – Clowns without Borders UK (remote)

For those interested, Clowns without Borders UK is looking for a communications manager for an 11 month fixed contract (10 hours per week) working remotely, salary £40,000 Pro Rata: (£1,000 PER MONTH).

As the manager of communications operations you will:


  •  Develop plans that strengthen the brand identity across all networks and stakeholders.
  •  Conduct an audit of what’s going well and what needs  attention.
  •  Set realistic targets around public awareness, media impressions, email list size, social media followers.


The activities will include:

  • Increasing social media engagement through excellent content curation and individual interactions.
  • Developing blogs and supporting with content for the newsletter.
  • Donor communication; lettings donors know how much they are appreciated.


Passion for Humanitarian Causes

  • Be able to demonstrate a genuine commitment to humanitarian values and a passion for making a positive difference in the lives of others.
  • You must have previous experience working in communications and ideally within the charity sector/fundraising.

Creative and Innovative Mindset

  • Bring a creative spark to the team, generating fresh and innovative ideas – “we’re clowns, so there’s a lot of scope!”
  • Enjoy exploring new, engaging ways to tell our story.

 Exceptional Communication and Storytelling Skills

  • Have outstanding written and verbal communication skills, with the ability to convey complex messages clearly and compellingly.
  • Love crafting narratives and can tell compelling stories that evoke emotion, inspire action and resonate with diverse audiences, from donors to giant International Humanitarian Charities.

Savvy Mindset for Social Media and Tech

  • Demonstrate a deep understanding of various social media platforms and their potential for building brand awareness and engagement.
  • Enjoy staying up-to-date with social media trends and is excited to leverage these platforms for the charity’s benefit.
  • Comfortable with various communication tools and platforms (hoot suite canvas etc), and happy to explore new technologies that can enhance outreach efforts.

Positive, Flexible Approach

  • Happy to collaborate but also happy to take the initiative and ‘self-start’  Able to thrive with the demands of a small, busy team.


Please send a copy of your CV or LinkedIn Profile or similar, any links to examples of your work along with a cover letter outlining why you would like to work with Clowns Without Borders UK to .

By | March 1st, 2024|Careers|0 Comments

Head of Communication & External Relations, Geneva Academy

Head of Communication & External Relations 80% (F/M/D)
For the Geneva Academy

CONTRACT: Permanent

ACTIVITY RATE: 80% 32 h / w


STARTING DATE: as agreed

Introduction of the Academy :

The Geneva Academy provides postgraduate education, conducts academic legal research and policy studies, and organizes training courses and expert meetings. We concentrate on branches of international law that relate to situations of armed conflict, protracted violence, protection of human rights and transitional justice.

The role:

Under the supervision of the Executive Director of the Geneva Academy, you will be in charge of the Geneva Academy communication and overall external positioning of the institution, and promote its various activities (masters, training courses, research, the Geneva Human Rights Platform, events) in a coherent manner.

You will guarantee the integrity and coherence of the organisation’s external image, in accordance with its values. You will manage the Communication Officer, the Events Assistant and external relations unit and ensure timely deliverables of the highest quality.

Key responsibilities:

  • Development and implementation of the communication strategy;
  • Management of the Geneva Academy internal and external communication, and media relations to ensure visibility, coherence, accuracy and timeliness of published information
  • Management of the communication unit ( budget and finances, staff members) ;
  • Production of communication content for publications, the website and social media networks to promote research, publications, the master’s programmes, training courses , the Geneva Human Rights Platform and events ;
  • Development and implementation of communication tools, procedures and guidelines to ensure coherence of the Geneva Academy communication, both for internal and external communication ;
  • Builds and expands relations with local and international media, responds to queries from local and international media, identifies new media to promote the institutions’ activities;
  • Supervise and coordinate the organization of events to ensure coherence among the events organized by the Geneva Academy and the relevance of the communication developed around these events
  • Participate in institutional fundraising efforts
  • Takes part in the core management of the Geneva Academy and participates in the decision-making process.

To be successful in this role, you should have:

  • Advanced university degree in communication, journalism, international relations, international law, political science or related fields
  • At least seven years of experience in public relations, media and communication ideally in the academic, public or civil society sector
  • Strong understanding of human rights, international humanitarian law and international criminal law
  • Strong experience in web design and graphic design ;
  • Excellent commend of both English and French (oral expression and writing)
  • Creativity & innovation
  • Reactivity and dynamism
  • Availability and capacity to work with activity peaks
  • Reliability and autonomy
  • Problem-solving abilities
  • Highly organized and structured
  • Sense of diplomacy and responsibility

What you can expect from us:

  • A thriving working environment with a dynamic international team.
  • A work in partnership with the main humanitarian and human rights institutions and experts.
  • A motivating, human, collaborative and inclusive working environment
  • A competitive salary and the usual package of insurance cover as well as five weeks of holiday

How to apply :

Swiss nationals, persons from the European Union or the European Economic Area, as well as persons with a valid Swiss working permit are invited to submit their applications with

1) a motivation letter

2) CV with two references

3) examples and references to websites, articles or communication products that you’ve created

by 19 February 2024

Apply online>>

By | January 25th, 2024|Careers|0 Comments

Social Media and Communications Coordinator – IDMC Geneva

The Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre (IDMC) is a global centre of expertise established in 1998 to monitor and report on the situation of people who become displaced within their own countries. IDMC curates and analyses data from a wide range of sources, provide insight into the risk, scale, causes and impacts of the phenomenon, and supports partners around the world in identifying and implementing solutions to it.

IDMC is now looking for an enthusiastic and proactive Social Media and Communications Coordinator to help IDMC reach its organisational objectives by writing and editing communications content and managing IDMC’s social media presence and email newsletter. The coordinator will also assist with international press relations, help create strong communications guidance and policies and contribute to refining and delivering on the communications strategy.

This is a dynamic position providing an opportunity to work across the organisation with experts focused on different regions of the world, data management and analysis, policy and international relations as well as with an impact-focused communications team. IDMC produces tremendous amounts of data and analysis to inform policies and actions to address internal displacement, providing a wealth of potential content for communicating with our audiences. A solutions-oriented team player willing to dive into the topic will find many opportunities in this role to put this content to use and to grow and contribute in meaningful and rewarding ways to the success of the organisation.

What you will do

The main roles and responsibilities for this position are:

Written content:

  • Work with IDMC colleagues across the organisation to identify appropriate content types to present their data and analysis in the most compelling ways.
  • Coordinate writing, editing and quality assurance processes for all communications products to Director, multimedia features, and relevant parts of publications as well as other potential products.
  • Write and edit communications content, including website and newsletter text, social media content, introductions and other communications-oriented portions of publications, video scripts and other content necessary to implement the communications strategy.
  • Consolidate existing style guideline documents, maintain and update IDMC style guide, work with the IDMC design team to update relevant parts of the IDMC brand guidelines.

Social media engagement: 

  • Work with the Head of Communications to develop a strategy for IDMC’s social media presence, including a review of our audiences and their needs, the most suitable platforms to invest in, opportunities to improve our outreach, paid promotion, and relevant key performance indicators.
  • Identify ways to proactively engage IDMC’s target audiences, ensuring that our content is relevant, timely, accessible and engaging.
  • Liaise closely with all IDMC departments to stay on top of latest developments and find new ways to promote our key products and events.
  • Manage IDMC social media channels in accordance with IDMC, IDMC communications and IDMC social media strategies, including establishing a strong brand voice and reputation on each platform.
  • Conduct regular audience research and partner/peer benchmarking, analysis of our impact and what’s working or not working, and stay up-to-date with current trends, technologies and applications to inform decisions and overall direction.
  • Support staff and partners who amplify our content with suggested messaging, social media training, and social media kits for various products.

Content planning and dissemination: 

  • Maintain an editorial calendar of internal and external events, IDMC content, external hooks, and other relevant moments for engagement.
  • Take the lead on promotion of IDMC events via website content, social media, newsletter updates and assisting the director’s office with official invitations.
  • Work with the Head of Communications to develop a strong email newsletter strategy then produce and disseminate IDMC’s email newsletter accordingly.
  • Coordinate with the Director’s office and external relations departments to maintain and update IDMC’s newsletter and centralised contact lists.

If you are curious and would like to learn more about this role; please click here to access the full Job Description.

What you will bring

Are you a proactive, solutions-oriented and enthusiastic communications professional? We are looking for a Social Media and Communications Coordinator with demonstrated experience writing and editing compelling content and with an ability to translate technical language into clear, engaging, audience-friendly messaging. You will also possess a solid understanding of social media trends and analytics across multiple platforms, with demonstrated experience managing social media accounts, ideally in similar contexts.

In addition, you will have:

  • Relevant degree and at least five years of professional experience in communications, media relations, marketing, social media, or related fields.
  • Working knowledge of Mailchimp/Salesforce and/or other email marketing tools.
  • Experience with internal displacement, migration, humanitarian or development sectors is desirable.
  • Fluent in English, both written and verbal. French an asset.
  • Excellent writing and editing skills.
  • Strong organisational or project management skills to ensure quality and timely delivery.

For reasons related to the procedure for work permits in Switzerland, only candidates with an EU/EFTA nationality or a valid work permit for Geneva, Switzerland can be considered for this role. Kindly specify your permit in the application if relevant.

By | September 13th, 2023|Careers, News|0 Comments

External Relations & Communications Consultancy – DNDi

DNDi’s External Relations (Fundraising) and Communications teams are looking for a part-time consultant who is a communications generalist with fundraising experience and superb writing skills to provide support to the Innovation for Children programme.

In coordination with the External Relations and Communications teams, the consultant will provide communications strategy, planning, and plan execution on DNDi’s Innovation for Children programme, which is working to develop better medicines for children to fill urgent treatment gaps.

Further information >>

By | September 13th, 2023|Careers|0 Comments

Digital Communications Intern, IATA Geneva

Employment Type: Internship
Contract Duration: 6 months

About the team you are joining:
You will be attached to IATA’s Corporate Communications Department, with responsibilities focusing on web and social media support and analysis. As a young communications or marketing graduate you will practice digital communications in a demanding and highly professional environment, in addition to experiencing fast-paced teamwork.

What your day would be like:
Contribute to the quality of our corporate website through reviewing content submitted by some 100 departmental editors before publishing;
Ensure the application of best practices such as Search Engine Optimization and web writing and contribute to the education of editors;
Respond to queries for web publishing support, advanced functionality, analytics;
Create or edit web content as needed;
Create social media content including multimedia;
Handle analytics and reporting for our social media channels;
Contribute to social listening and monitoring of online debates and respond to comments.

We would love to hear from you if:
You are an effective team player, comfortable in a multicultural work environment, and able to juggle with priorities.

Required skills:
Recent graduate in Communications or related field with excellent communication and analytical skills;
At ease with technology, ideally with notions of HTML;
Experience of web communications, blogging or social media;
Experience with social media analysis, listening and impact evaluation;
Experience creating memorable social media posts tailored to multiple channels;
Image and video production/editing (Photoshop, Adobe Premiere Pro / Adobe After Effects / Final Cut Pro / Apple Motion);
Native or highly proficient English speaking and written skills.

Apply here>>

By | April 24th, 2023|Careers|0 Comments

Volunteering Communications Manager (Based remotely in the Switzerland)

Habitat for Humanity International (HFHI) is seeking a talented Volunteering Communications Manager to join our team! The Volunteering Communications Manager equips key stakeholders with the messaging and tools they need to communicate clearly about Habitat for Humanity’s volunteering initiatives. The Volunteering Communications Manager works closely with members of both the Integrated Programs division and the Global Communications division to interpret technical information and ongoing shifts in Habitat’s approach to volunteering for a wide range of audiences, from Habitat staff and the volunteers themselves to community members and partners.

Reporting to the Senior Director of International Communications, with a cross functional reporting to the Senior Director of Volunteer and Institutional Engagement (VIE), the Volunteering Communications Manager is responsible for increasing the understanding of Habitat’s volunteer initiatives. This position, in collaboration with colleagues in Global Communications and International Programs, manages the creation of compelling content and messaging in concert with Habitat’s brand and tailored to specific audiences.

This position can be remote within one of the country locations HFHI operates in.


  • Collaborate with volunteer program and communications colleagues to develop and periodically update key global messaging and content about HFHI’s volunteering (35%).
  • Prepare Habitat leadership, fundraisers and other key stakeholders with messaging and communications tools for specific opportunities, including webinars, conferences, events and other key moments (25%).
  • Collaborate with communications colleagues around the world to integrate volunteer messaging into Habitat’s communications, ensuring that Habitat communications and storytelling reflect and advance the organization’s program strategies related to volunteering (20%).
  • Serve as first point of contact for questions and requests directed at volunteer initiatives and engagement as part of community moderation (10%).
  • Other related duties as assigned by supervisor (10%).


  • Bachelor’s degree in communications or related field.
  • 5 years in communications work, especially managing global projects with multiple stakeholders and/or interpreting technical information for various audiences.
  • Proficiency in building creative concepts and demonstrated ability to see projects through to completion.
  • Ability to write, edit, evaluate, and curate strong content related to volunteering and/or international development while meeting brand, marketing and messaging needs.
  • Ability to lead the creation of complete content packages; established experience with photo selection, design collaboration, etc., all while maintaining brand standards.
  • Strong communications and problem-solving skills.
  • Commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion.
  • Strong interpersonal and cross-cultural competencies and organizational and project management skills that demonstrate an ability to successfully collaborate with a variety of departments and stakeholders.
  • Active support of HFHI Values:

*Humility – We are part of something bigger than ourselves
*Courage – We do what’s right, even when it is difficult or unpopular
*Accountability – We take personal responsibility for Habitat’s mission

  • Safeguarding: HFHI requires that all employees take seriously their ethical responsibilities to safeguarding our intended beneficiaries, their communities, and all those with whom we work. Managers at all levels have responsibilities to support and develop systems that create and maintain an environment that prevents harassment, sexual exploitation and abuse, safeguards the rights of beneficiaries and community members (especially children), and promotes the implementation of Habitat for Humanity’s code of conduct.


  • Previous nonprofit experience a plus
  • Experience analyzing data and with data visualization

For further information and to apply >>

By | April 18th, 2023|Careers, News|0 Comments

Social media manager – The WHO Foundation, Geneva

The WHO Foundation (WHOF), launched in May 2020 and headquartered in Geneva, was created as an independent Swiss foundation affiliated with but independent of WHO. Its mission is to mobilize greater private capital and partnership to advance the mission of the World Health Organization (WHO), enabling catalytic impact on the people whose lives rely on WHO’s work and facilitating innovation to maximize the impact of the resources invested.

WHOF was therefore created as an independent Swiss foundation affiliated with but independent of WHO to marshal new resources from philanthropists, foundations, businesses, and individuals to support its mission: promote health, keep the world safe, and serve the vulnerable, while protecting the neutrality and independence of WHO as the world’s leading health authority. WHOF is a nexus for unique opportunities in global health, facilitating game-changing opportunities between the private sector and WHO. Our focus is on mobilizing grant income, shared value partnerships, and investment to power WHO’s work.


The Social Media Manager is responsible for overseeing the digital communications function in support of the organization’s broader development objectives. He/she will develop and implement an integrated digital communications strategy to enhance the Foundation’s external profile and will liaise with service providers (social media production, web development, hosting services, security, external agencies). The digital communications strategist will serve as the lead for web and digital communications management.

The Social media Manager will directly report to the Chief Communications Officer of WHO Foundation.


Strategy Development and Execution

  • Spearhead development and execution of an integrated digital communications strategy, working closely with the Chief Communications Officer, Foundation teams, and WHO counterparts to identify gaps, opportunities, and approaches for strengthening brand awareness and engagement with target audiences as the Foundation grows and evolves.

Digital communications

  • Oversee social media, liaising closely with WHO Foundation team, initiatives, campaigns, and partnerships leads to align and convert messaging narratives to appropriate digital channels.
  • Oversee management of Foundation website, social media and other externally facing digital platforms.
  • Develop digital communications protocols and engage external vendors for web maintenance and strategy as the Foundation and content needs evolve.
  • Craft, execute, and commission digital communication assets such as animations, film and social media creative (Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Web) to support Foundation content opportunities.
  • Evaluate digital communications with social listening, analytics reports and provide recommendations and to report on successes.
  • Monitor social sites for news, trends and emerging themes to help inform the content, and provide alerts to the team on important marketplace developments as they occur.
  • Keeping online content up to date and in line with digital communication trends.
  • Researching and writing blogs for the website around key Foundation themes and activities.

Campaign strategy

  • Build and implement digital campaign communications/fundraising campaigns to support key milestones and initiatives of the Foundation and its partners.
  • Create, research, source high-impact content for campaigns, website, and digital channel appeals.

Internal Coordination and Management

  • Work with the communication and campaign teams to manage the digital communication workstream, with external agencies and other subcontractors where relevant.
  • Edit and update an editorial calendar with external key dates, internal events, global UN days, and more.
  • Participate in Interim Secretariat staff, campaigns, appeals, and various initiatives meetings and provide written updates on progress where requested.
  • Ensure harmonization between the campaigns, partnerships, strategy & impact, and communications workstreams.
  • Liaise directly with the CEO, members of the board, and WHO colleagues as appropriate.
  • Support Foundation events for digital communication activities.



  • A minimum of 8 to 10 years of progressively responsible experience in digital communications strategy, with a proven record of conceptualizing and executing successful strategies/campaigns and working across sectors.
  • Self-starter with strong leadership skills and aptitude for working with autonomy and entrepreneurship, both individually and as part of a complex team effort.
  • Comfort with and/or experience of operating in a lean, start-up environment.
  • Demonstrated project management skills, ideally including executing large-scale, multi-actor campaigns and collaborations and reporting on metrics/measurements.
  • Experience managing under crisis conditions in fast-turnaround global “emergency” situations.
  • Knowledge of project budgeting and agency management are highly desirable skills.
  • Outstanding interpersonal skills and diplomacy, with insights into DEI are essential to the role.
  • Demonstrated record of setting clear standards for accountability, value for money, risk management and zero tolerance to fraud and corruption.
  • Advanced university degree (Master’s degree or equivalent), in digital communications, digital marketing or campaigning, international relations, or related fields.
  • Aptitude to work with flexibility, entrepreneurship, and diplomacy both individually and as part of a complex team effort.
  • Must have excellent writing and content development skills with strong proofing abilities and careful attention to detail.
  • Fluency in English, French is an advantage.


  • Rewarding work in a dynamic and innovative non-profit environment with appealing growth and learning opportunities
  • A collaborative workplace within a truly global team
  • An agile, fast-moving and flexible environment
  • Potential to leverage a multinational name and organization in the form of WHO


  • Type of contract: Permanent
  • Location: Geneva (relocation needed)
  • Working rate: 100%
  • Estimated start date: ASAP

For further information and to apply, click here>>

By | March 7th, 2023|Careers, News|0 Comments

Internship, communications and knowledge management – UNEP Geneva

The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) is the leading global environmental authority that sets the global environmental agenda, promotes the coherent implementation of the environmental dimension of sustainable development within the United Nations system and serves as an authoritative advocate for the global environment. Its mandate is to coordinate the development of environmental policy consensus by keeping the global environment under review and bringing emerging issues to the attention of governments and the international community for action. UN Environment ‘s Ecosystems Division works with international and national partners, providing technical assistance and capacity development for the implementation of environmental policy, and strengthening the environmental management capacity of developing countries and countries with economies in transition.

UNEP is interested in expanding its work in unlocking private finance for sustainable land use. This Internship position is located in the Climate Finance Unit of the Nature for Climate Branch in the Ecosystems Division of the UNEP Office in Geneva, Switzerland, with the intended purpose of increasing the exposure of work that the unit does and the deliverables and impact that it generates.

The internship is for a duration of six (6) months. The internship is UNPAID and full-time. Interns work five days per week (35-40 hours) under the supervision of a staff member in the department or office to which they are assigned. Interns are not financially remunerated by the United Nations. Costs and arrangements for travel, visas, accommodation and living expenses are the responsibility of interns or their sponsoring institutions.


The specific details of the internship will vary according to the individual’s background, the intern’s assigned office as well as the period of Internship. Under the supervision of the Head of the Climate Finance Unit and the Lead on Communications and Knowledge Management, it is expected that his/her responsibilities will fall within one or several of the following broad activities:

• Assist in the Land Use Finance Programme’s overall communications and knowledge management plan, focusing specifically on multimedia communication for social media, eNewsletters, reports, webinar and websites and knowledge management.
• Create, design, and produce creative multimedia content – videos, infographics, visuals and other supplementary communication assets – case studies, presentations and flyers.
• Contribute to develop a brand strategy and guidelines for the Land Use Finance Programme, including each facility and project.
• Collaborate with key stakeholders including partners, project managers, and third-party suppliers in the development of multimedia assets
• Help with the value additions to our internal and external websites.
• Undertake other duties relevant to the role, including participate in events, draft minutes, report on achievements, and other tasks as they arise.


¿ Proficient in creative multimedia software
¿ Solid qualitative and quantitative analytical skills
¿ Speaks and writes clearly and effectively
¿ Listens to others, correctly interprets messages from others and responds appropriately
¿ Asks questions to clarify, and shows interest in having two-way communication
¿ Tailors language, tone, style and format to match the audience
¿ Demonstrates openness in sharing information and keeping people informed
¿ Has demonstrated ability to successfully interact with individuals of different cultural backgrounds and beliefs, which include willingness to try and understand as well as be tolerant of differing opinions and views.

¿ Good interpersonal skills
¿ Works collaboratively with colleagues to achieve organizational goals
¿ Solicits input by genuinely valuing others’ ideas and expertise
¿ Is willing to learn from others
¿ Places team agenda before personal agenda
¿ Supports and acts in accordance with final group decision, even when such decisions may not entirely reflect own position
¿ Shares credit for team accomplishments and accepts joint responsibility for team shortcomings.

¿ Considers all those to whom services are provided to be “clients” and seeks to see things from clients’ point of view
¿ Establishes and maintains productive partnerships with clients by gaining their trust and respect
¿ Identifies clients’ needs and matches them to appropriate solutions
¿ Monitors ongoing developments inside and outside the clients’ environment to keep supervisor informed and to anticipate problems
¿ Keeps clients informed of progress or setbacks in projects
¿ Meets timeline for delivery of products or services to client
¿ Computer literate in standard software applications
¿ Good analytical skills
¿ Has demonstrated keen interest in the work of the United Nations and has a personal commitment to the ideals of the UN Charter


Applicants must, at the time of application, meet one of the following requirements:

• Be enrolled in a graduate school programme (second university degree or equivalent, or higher); Enrollment in a graduation programme focused on multimedia design, graphic design, communications, (environmental) economics, finance, business administration or natural resource management OR
• Be enrolled in the final academic year of a first university degree program (minimum bachelor’s level or equivalent) OR
• Have graduated with a university degree and, if selected, must commence the internship within a one-year period of graduation.

Have demonstrated keen interest in the work of the United Nations and have a personal commitment to the ideals of the Charter.

Have a demonstrated ability to successfully interact with individuals of different cultural backgrounds and beliefs, which include willingness to try and understand and be tolerant of differing opinions and views.

Work Experience

No working experience is required to apply for the United Nations Internship Programme. Your training, education, advance course work or skills should benefit the United Nations during your internship.


English and French are the official working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. For the internship, fluency in oral and written English is required. Knowledge of French or Spanish is desirable.


Potential candidates will be contacted by hiring manager directly for further consideration.
Evaluation of qualified candidates may include an assessment exercise which may be followed by competency-based interview.

To see the full ad and to apply click here>>

By | March 2nd, 2023|Careers|0 Comments

FMCG Sustainability Project Coordinator, Charlescannon – Geneva

FMCG Sustainability Project Coordinator

Who is Charlescannon?
Charlescannon is an award winning independent creative agency with a diverse portfolio of leading international brands. Our purpose is to Create Change. Set–up by creatives in 2007 and we have since built our team, processes and reputation upon our three values of: Business Flair, Creative Acumen, Productive Fun.

Who are you?
You are passionate about how sustainability communications build brands and businesses. You like working as part of a team and you have strong project management and communication skills. You like every day to be a different challenge.

The role:
This role will support our client, a Sustainability Project Manager for a high-profile FMCG luxury brand. This is an internship on a fixed-term contract basis (up to one year).

· Coordinate with the client, client’s sustainability partners and agency team members to execute the production of reports, presentations, and other collateral
· Directly support the sustainability manager in the delivery of projects
· Support the team with the delivery of the annual sustainability report and related materials
· Day-to-day coordination of workflows between client, agencies and stakeholders
· Responsible for updating and maintaining project documents

The Candidate:
· You will have a degree in Communications, Marketing, Sustainability, Business Studies, or similar
· The candidate should have up to one year’s work experience in a communications or sustainability focused role
· The ideal candidate will have some knowledge or experience of sustainability or communications in an FMCG context
· Strong coordination and project management skills
· Excellent attention to detail
· Native level English speaker and ideally French as a second language

This is a great opportunity for the right candidate to build their skills and experience working on a high-profile sustainability programme for a global brand.

You will be part of our agency’s creative team and dedicated to one client. You are a person who enjoys the challenges of a diverse multi-national environment in a fast-paced industry. The role will be 100% based in Geneva and include travel to the client within Switzerland. Our working language is English.

Please send your cover letter and CV to:

By | January 17th, 2023|Careers|0 Comments

Digital and Innovation Consultant – Geneva Canton – 70%

Digital and Innovation Consultant – Geneva Canton – 70%

(job posting in French)

L’office cantonal des systèmes d’information et du numérique (OCSIN) élabore et concrétise la stratégie des systèmes d’information et de communication de l’administration cantonale ainsi que la politique de sécurité de l’information. L’OCSIN esquisse les contours de la politique du numérique du Conseil d’Etat, visant à faire du canton un acteur important de la transformation de notre société, induite par l’essor du numérique. En savoir plus sur “Genève numérique”.

La mission du Genève Lab est d’accompagner l’administration genevoise dans sa transformation à l’ère du numérique. Le numérique est compris ici dans une perspective large incluant notamment des manières de faire qui n’ont pas encore toujours trouvé leur place dans l’administration cantonale : orientation usagers, travail en mode collaboratif, pluridisciplinaire et décloisonné, prototypage et itération.

Le Genève Lab accompagne les métiers en informant, en facilitant et en contextualisant l’expérimentation de nouvelles approches ouvertes pour répondre aux besoins des parties prenantes notamment les citoyens et les entreprises.

Dans ce cadre, Genève Lab recherche une conseillère ou un conseiller de direction pour renforcer son équipe.

La ou le titulaire devra notamment :

  • Catalyser, développer et promouvoir des démarches d’innovation au sein de l’administration cantonale.
  • Accompagner les porteurs de projets de l’administration cantonale dans leur volonté d’innover.
  • Concevoir des dispositifs d’innovation pluridisciplinaires et décloisonnés répondant aux besoins des porteurs de projets en intégrant les leviers de l’innovation. Le cas échéant animer et faciliter ces dispositifs.
  • Identifier, proposer et réaliser des explorations/expérimentations, avec les offices et/ou les services de l’administration.
  • Former aux méthodes d’innovation et aux outils correspondants.
  • Initier, concevoir et organiser des événements de sensibilisation s’adressant tant aux collaborateurs du secteur public qu’à la société civile en général.
  • Rédiger et publier les communications du Genève Lab sur les canaux de diffusion à disposition (web, réseaux sociaux, etc.).

Votre profil

  • Formation et années d’expérience requises:
  • Master en sciences informatiques, ou formation jugée équivalente, complété idéalement par une excellente connaissance en lien avec le numérique et les démarches. En cas d’engagement, il est nécessaire de fournir une preuve d’équivalence pour les diplômes étrangers.
  • 5 ans minimum d’expérience dans une fonction similaire, de préférence dans une structure d’innovation ou dans le cadre d’une démarche d’innovation.
  • Connaissances et compétences spécifiques:
  • Compétences avérées en conception de dispositifs d’innovation.
  • Capacité de facilitation de groupes de travail et d’ateliers.
  • Compétences en animation de réseaux et de communautés.
  • Expérience en conduite du changement.
  • Compétences personnelles et relationnelles:
  • Faire preuve d’esprit d’initiative et d’autonomie.
  • Etre apte à travailler en équipe et à résister au stress.
  • Faire preuve d’empathie et d’entregent dans une perspective d’orientation usager.

Plus d’information / more information >>

By | December 19th, 2022|Careers|0 Comments