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he Private Sector Engagement Department (PSED), supports The Global Fund Secretariat in mobilizing resources and technical assistance for country programs around the world. PSED plays an important role in engaging private sector partners to increase resources and to develop innovative solutions to scale up the fight against HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria.
1- Cross sectoral partnership platform building and resource mobilization
Finalize the design of a solid and compelling concept for the global cross sectoral platform;
Develop key materials, including platform ‘s principles, branding, brochure / website and a plan to recruit members, especially tech leaders. Support communications and dissemination within the platform and externally.
Map out the landscape for resource mobilization, financial and expertise, develop and lead the execution of a resource mobilization plan;
Lead on the recruitment of platform’s members.
2- Cross sectoral partnership platform’s management
Develop and implement the governance structure and ways of working of the platform;
Organize and facilitate meetings along key workstreams. Closely coordinate with the Global Fund’s Private Sector Engagement colleagues in charge of needs assessment, partnerships management, on-the ground implementation and knowledge management;
Develop the annual plan and coordinate annual reporting on the work of the coalition, as well as quarterly progress report.
Consider long-term sustainability scenarios for the management of the coalition.
3- Visibility and network development
Proactively engage and develop strong collaborations with existing and new key strategic partners;
Facilitate meetings and visibility in relevant forums and events, such as DAVOS, UNGA, etc.
4- Strategy development and cross sectoral partnership platform coordination
Coordinate with Global Fund country teams on in country engagement plans and strategies
Implement within the platform key Global Fund frameworks for private sector engagement;
Coordinate with key internal stakeholders, especially the DSCF coordinator within the Technical Assistance and Partnerships (TAP) team, the Private Sector Engagement Team, Country Teams. And IT.
The Geneva Centre of Humanitarian Studies is offering an executive short course on Media and Humanitarian Action – 3-7 May 2021.
- Geneva, Switzerland
Join a small and dynamic team to develop and strengthen the vibrant CERN Alumni Network. Launched in 2017, the Network has three main objectives:
- To provide an institutional link to the Organization and its people as well as to demonstrate the positive impact on society of a professional experience at CERN;
- To leverage the support of CERN Alumni ambassadors for CERN’s and its Collaborations’ mission and for fundamental research;
- To support early career physicists and engineers who might be considering a career outside of academia.
The successful candidate will support the Head of Alumni Relations in delivering the overall programme, including tasks such as: identifying, cultivating and stewarding alumni, organising events, creating compelling communications and producing analytics and reports on the Network and on alumni activities.
As Alumni Relations Support Officer in the Alumni team, you will:
- Identify, cultivate and steward members and potential members of the CERN Alumni Network.
- Promote the Network and its benefits via online social networking sites such as the alumni.cern platform, LinkedIn and other platforms, and contribute to developing new ways of leveraging alumni engagement.
- Establish, develop, and maintain effective relationships with a wide range of alumni, through regular communication via direct contact, the alumni.cern website, social media, phone, email, meetings and events.
- Produce and publish engaging and relevant content for alumni.cern and other channels, in different formats, including written, video and audio.
- Ensure an excellent user experience, providing timely support.
- Track and report on alumni.cern and social media metrics and analytics.
- Contribute to the development of a comprehensive alumni calendar of in-person and virtual activities and events.
- Maintain awareness of emerging technologies, best practices and tools, and engagement techniques to approach the relevant audience.
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent relevant experience in the field of communications, public relations, international relations, digital media and/or marketing or a related field. or a related field.
- Experience of community-building and fostering professional relationships with different stakeholders and constituencies within an international organisation.
- Experience of public relations and customer service, preferably in an international environment.
- Experience in several of the following fields: digital communications; social media campaigns; preparing fact sheets; newsletter editing; content creation (writing, presentations, audio-visual material); evaluation and monitoring of communications plans; web authoring).
- Experience of event organisation (planning, execution, follow-up).
- Experience in data analytics, and an understanding of organisational and administrative processes and systems.
- Experience working in website creation – experience with community management platforms an advantage.
- Stakeholder relationship management.
- Internal communications; such as, but not limited to social media channels, organisational newsletters.
- Event organisation and management.
- Use of office software packages; to produce reports, analytics and engagement metric.
- Achieving results: delivering prompt and efficient service taking into account customer needs.
- Communicating effectively: selecting the appropriate medium and forum to communicate.
- Working in teams: building and maintaining constructive and effective work relationships.
- Demonstrating flexibility: adapting quickly and resourcefully to shifting priorities and requirements being willing to work on different projects simultaneously.
- Working in the Interest of the Organization: behaving consistently with CERN’s values and goals.
Excellent spoken and written English is essential. Proficiency in French would be an advantage, or the undertaking to acquire it rapidly.
Eligibility and closing date:
Diversity has been an integral part of CERN’s mission since its foundation and is an established value of the Organization. Employing a diverse workforce is central to our success. We welcome applications from all Member States and Associate Member States.
This vacancy will be filled as soon as possible, and applications should normally reach us no later than 23.04.2021 at 12pm CET.
Contract type: Limited duration contract (5 years). Subject to certain conditions, holders of limited-duration contracts may apply for an indefinite position.
These functions require:
- Work during nights, Sundays and official holidays, when required by the needs of the Organization.
Job grade: 4-5
Job reference: IR-DS-AR-2021-32-LD
Benchmark Job Title: Communications/Public Relations/External Relations Support Officer
- Design and implementation of a communication strategy for the center
- Creation and production of content to maximize the impact of E4S (website, social networks, newsletters, annual report)
- Management and monitoring of social media channels
- Management and maintenance of the website
- Organization and promotion of events (in collaboration with the rest of the team); management of the stakeholder contact database.
- Completed university studies of MSc level (ideally journalist or communication specialist) and appropriate professional experience of at least three years in a similar position
- Strong aptitude and understanding of the communication aspects of stakeholder engagement (internal and external audiences);
- Mastery of the different communication technologies, including social media, WordPress, CRM platforms such as Salesforce, etc
- Ability to synthesize complex organizational and scientific information and convert it into a language understandable to a broad range of stakeholders; experience in journalism is a highly valuable asset
- Strong interest in the areas of sustainability and technology
- Strong sense of organization and quality
- Proactive personality, autonomous but with a strong sense of teamwork
- Proven flawless command of written and oral English
- Excellent command of French, German a valuable asset
As soon as possible
1 year, renewable
The European Centre for Public Affairs is offering the following online training session:
Thursday 4 March 2021, 12.00-13.30
Trainer: Dr Glenn O’Neil
Increasingly, organisations are using advocacy to bring about policy and practice change in a wide variety of areas, from public health to the environment.
However, there are specific challenges in being able to evaluate the contribution of advocacy to any progress seen.
This training will present an overview of the challenges faced, assess various methodologies and the possible solutions that exist to evaluate advocacy and public affairs initiatives, irrespective of location.
Free for members of the ECPA and a fee of 100 euros will be asked of non-members.
The Global Fund, Geneva has 10 new communication job openings:
- Associate Specialist, Digital Publishing, Communications Department – GL C – French Speaking
- Specialist, Media – GL D – French Speaking
- Associate Specialist, Executive Communications – GL C – Defined duration until March 2026
- Associate Specialist, Social Media – GL C – Defined duration until March 2026
- Associate Specialist, Media – GL C – Defined duration until March 2026
- Specialist, Creative Partnerships – GL D
- Associate Specialist, Translations – GL C – French Speaking – Defined duration until March 2026
- Lead, Creative Studio – GL D – French Speaking
- Associate Specialist, Operational Communications – GL C – Defined duration until March 2026
- Lead, Internal Communications – GL D
Applications are now open for the 2021 edition of the Executive programmes on Advocacy in International Affairs offered by the Graduate Institute, Geneva.
The programmes offer the analytical framework, practical tools, the leadership and communication skills to drive successful advocacy campaigns.
They are degree-granting, designed for professionals, and are organised in part-time modular format.
The dates for the Executive Certificate are as follows*:
- Module 1 – Context, Actors and Strategies: 14 to 17 April & 28 April to 1st May 2021 (live virtual classrooms)
- Module 2 – Analysis, Tactics and Tools: 22 to 30 June 2021 (Geneva)
The International University in Geneva is presently looking for an Adjunct Faculty on a part-time basis to teach “Digital Media, Planning and Distribution” course on the Graduate level, starting on the 1st of March 2021 (Spring semester).
Only candidates with a recognized master or a doctoral degree and a valid Swiss work permit will be considered. The University cannot assist in obtaining work permits or for renewal of temporary work permits.
To apply, please contact:
Mrs. Nawal Tarazi (email@example.com)
Short course description:
The course of Digital Media Planning, Distribution and Analysis is designed to give the student an understanding of the digital media outlook and the tools to manage, distribute and analyze it.
The course focuses on a review of the media channels available in the digital era, their Return On Investment (ROI) and how they can be used for diverse business purposes.
Through case studies, in class-discussions/simulations and a final project, the students will learn how to develop media plans based on business strategies and objectives and, consequently, analyze their ROI and effectiveness (KPI).
The key learning outcomes of the course are twofold: the strategy and the execution of a digital media plan. The strategy will give the students the necessary tools to both define and design a digital media plan. The execution focuses on the distribution and the measurement of strategy effectiveness.
Part of the course is dedicated to Google Analytics for Beginners and to Google Ads. This includes: planning and principles; implementation and data collection; configuration and administration; conversion and attribution; and reports and metrics.
On the Driven Female Entrepreneurs Podcast recently, I (Melitta) speak with Vevey-based Executive Voice Coach, Maria Wilhelmsson, about how she has created her own niche by blending her passion and experience in a unique way.
Listen to this episode to hear Maria’s most valuable lessons – including the advice she wish she received earlier in her business journey and how you too can develop your voice and present your message with confidence.
“If I could go back 10-yers and give myself one piece of advice, it would be to be BOLD and say ‘Yes!’ to more things.” Maria Wilhelmsson
Episode available on all your favourite podcast platforms and here: www.melittacampbell.com/maria-wilhelmsson