Digital Communication Associate – Association for the Prevention of Torture (APT), Geneva

Period: One year contract (renewal upon available funding)
Starting date: July-August 2021
Application due: 20 June 2021
Salary: 4’000 CHF / month, over a twelve-month period
Full-time, based in Geneva (Switzerland)

About the position:

This position offers a unique opportunity for recent graduates and/or young professionals to implement the communications and social media activities of our organisation, which is the leading international non-governmental organisation working on prevention of torture. The Digital Communication Associate will work with all staff at the APT, in particular APT’s Strategic Communication Adviser, and under the supervision of the Deputy Secretary General. This is an entry-level position in the organisation, with opportunities for growth and learning.

Key functions:

-Manage APT’s social media sites – Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, including posting messages and monitoring developments related to APT mandate
Coordinate the mailing and translation of of APT’s e-Reporter in English, French and Spanish
-Design graphics and images for social media and community engagement, as well as posters and flyers as needed
-Record interviews and edit videos, including subtitles
-Contribute to the maintenance of the APT website, through publishing online articles and videos
-Photograph APT events, edit photos, and post photos online
-Promote APT events and in-country activities in APT’s social media
-Translation and proofreading of relevant communication materials, including website articles and Torture Prevention Learning Village materials
-Any additional support required for the implementation of APT’s communication and activities

Requirements

-Degree in communications, marketing, in particular digital communications, or other relevant studies.
Understanding of, and prior experience in managing social media (in particular Twitter, Linkedin and Facebook)
-Good command of publishing, editing and photo softwares, as well as design softwares, in particular Premiere Pro, PhotoShop and Canva
-Excellent written and oral communication skills in English
-Be rigorous and attached to detail a must
-Strong planning and delivery skills
-Strong interest in APT’s mandate and approach to torture prevention
-Be eager to learn and develop in the position
-Be flexible, self-motivated and able to work independently.
-Be able to work as a member of a multicultural team and willing to participate in a variety of tasks.
-Swiss or EU citizenship or a valid work permit for Switzerland at the time of application is a pre-requisite.

Assets:

-Previous experience in similar position in a non-for-profit organisation, either as intern, fellow or early entry position (maximum 1 or 2 years of prior experience)
Knowledge of Spanish and/or French
-Good command of online programmes to design flyers and infographics
-Good command of Drupal

Application process:

Please submit a cover letter (one page), resume (maximum two pages), and a sample of multimedia products (including posters, graphics, or videos) by email to jobs@apt.ch by 20 June 2021 (Midnight CET). Please note that only short-listed applicants will be contacted for an interview.

APT welcomes applications from qualified individuals, irrespective of their race, religion, skin color, nationality, age, disability status, ancestry, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, family structure, mental health status, or any other characteristic. Our policies encourage a workplace free from discrimination and any form of harassment.

Closing date:  Sunday, June 20, 2021 – 00:00am

By | June 12th, 2021|Careers|0 Comments

Communication Manager – Geneva International Centre for Humanitarian Demining (GICHD)

Purpose / Summary
Based in Geneva and reporting to the Head of External Relations and Policy, the Communication Manager leads a small team to implement and monitor the communication strategy, reaching out to the key stakeholders in explosive ordnance risk reduction, human security, humanitarian and development fields, the media and the wider public. S/he leads the editorial agenda and oversees digital and print material and public relations activities (including stakeholders’ engagement, social media, events, and media relations).

Areas of Responsibilities
Generic
• Implement and maintain the overall GICHD communication strategy and its related workplans together with an editorial calendar.
• Supervise, manage, coach and counsel the staff members of the communication unit.
• Manage the financial resources of the communication unit based on an annual budget consolidated with the Head of Division.
• Formulate and supervise delivery of key messages and communication content by the GICHD staff; adapt the messages to the different audiences and channels.
• Ensure consistency of the GICHD’s tone of voice and identity across all channels and supervise the implementation of the editorial style guide and the graphic chart.
• Promote communications best practices within GICHD Divisions and provide training to staff where appropriate.
• Identify and supervise communication campaigns; develop an annual calendar of events and campaigns for the Centre.
• Strengthen the Centre’s internal communication in identifying opportunities and new communication tools fostering collaboration and improving employees’ engagement.
• Support with the implementation of crisis management best practices for the Centre
• Carry out work in a gender and diversity-sensitive manner and monitor that gender and diversity considerations are mainstreamed in the overall GICHD communication.
Public and media relations / stakeholder engagement
• Develop and foster media relations aiming to increase GICHD visibility in local, national and international media.
• Coordinate and advise managers and staff on media relations, including media inquiries and interview requests; organise press conferences and draft press releases.
• Coordinate and supervise the publication of media articles and op-eds by the GICHD experts and leadership.
• Identify and develop partnerships with communication professionals from other organisations in the humanitarian sector, civil society and Maison de la paix community.
Written content / Visual identity
• Ensure that the messaging displayed across communication products, tools and channels is in line with the agreed visual identity and corporate communication guidelines.
• Oversee the production of the overall communication material, such as publications, media articles, press releases as well as audio-visual material and define the priorities in line with GICHD strategy.
• Oversee the quality and consistency of written content produced by the Centre.
• Identify and advise on opportunities for launch events and dissemination of knowledge and publications.
• Oversee and coordinate the quality control of translations in line with the style guide and standard glossaries.
Digital engagement and social media
• Define the digital strategy in line with the communication strategy.
• Identify and foster partnerships with external actors on digital channels.
• Coach and advise Centre’s experts and staff in their personal social media and digital activities.
• Define outputs and goals for overall social media outreach according to the divisional needs and oversee their implementation and execution.
• Lead the management of GICHD websites and digital platforms in terms of their architecture, coherence with other tools and content management.
• Lead and advise on interview and animation scripts for audio-visual content.
• Stay abreast of digital trends and identify opportunities for their use within the humanitarian and development sector.
Operating Network (External)
• Journalists and other professionals in media (both in international, international Geneva and Swiss press).
• Organisers and stakeholders of relevant events.
• Consultants and service providers for events, audio-visual production, graphic design.
• National Mine Action Authorities, relevant external partners and donors.

Qualifications (technical qualifications or certifications that are essential to fulfil the post):
• Advanced university degree (Master’s degree or equivalent) in communication, journalism, international relations, or related field.

Specific knowledge, technical skills
• 8 – 10 years’ experience in international settings, both in private and public sectors
• Solid experience with local/national media landscape is an essential requirement
• Fluent in French or another Swiss national language.
• At least 2 years’ experience managing staff, coaching, or mentoring
• Solid knowledge and competence in communication approaches, tools, and methodologies essential to planning and executing effective campaign strategies and programmes, e.g. campaign management, advocacy, engagement, media operations, message targeting
• Knowledge/Understanding of content management systems and experience with managing or overseeing social media platforms.
• Excellent English speaker with outstanding communication skills, both written and oral with the ability to speak in public.
• Proven project management skills, budget planning and monitoring and project team management.
• Proficiency with Adobe Creative Cloud, a bonus.
• Experience in managing external resources and agencies.
• Experience in managing the production of publications.
• Understanding and experience in mainstreaming gender and diversity topics throughout different communication materials.
• Professional understanding/experience of communications during crisis management.

Applications
If you wish to join our mission and you feel you have the right profile to take on this role, please apply exclusively on-line using this link GICHD Job application portal and present your application in English including a CV of maximum 2 pages, a letter of motivation and any other additional material you wish to present in support of your candidacy.

For further information, please visit the GICHD jobs page, or contact them directly at hr@gichd.org.

To apply directly online, please click ON THIS LINK.

By | June 10th, 2021|Careers|0 Comments

Communications Graduate Assistant – IAS, Geneva

A new exciting position for a recent graduate with the International AIDS Society Geneva.

Deadline for applications; 14 June 2021; full details of the position are available here.  

 

 

By | June 4th, 2021|Careers|0 Comments

Event Coordinator – Oak Foundation, Geneva

Location: Geneva, Switzerland
Reporting to: co-chairs of global retreat
Type of contract: part-time consultant or temporary employee
Start date: 1 July 2021 – 1 September 2022
Application deadline: 22 June 2021

Oak Foundation commits its resources to address issues of global, social, and environmental concern, particularly those that have a major impact on the lives of the disadvantaged.

Through our grant-making, we support others to make the world a safer, fairer, and more sustainable place to live. With offices in Europe, India, and North America, we make grants to organisations in approximately 40 countries worldwide.

Background
Oak Foundation holds a Global Retreat for all its staff every five years. Our hope is that the next Global Retreat will provide us with the space to:
• inspire and drive us to elevate Oak’s mission in the world;
• learn from each other and gain new skills;
• explore challenges and opportunities to define our role in building positive change;
and
• connect and strengthen our internal networks, work smarter, and build bridges.

We are searching for a coordinator for our Global Retreat, which will take place from 18-22 July 2022. The event will take place at the Hotel Intercontinental in Lyon, France. We are looking for someone to work as follows:
1. 60 per cent from July 2021 to February 2022
2. 100 per cent from February 2022 to September 2022

The responsibilities for the retreat are described below. If time allows, the coordinator could also be requested to assist on other events and activities that take place within the foundation.

Responsibilities
Pre-Retreat responsibilities
The coordinator fills an important role in planning the Retreat. During the first few months, the coordinator’s primary job is to help the co-chairs to: book vendors (i.e., photographer and writers, etc.) for activities and events; organise dinners and activities at the event location; take meeting minutes; follow up on requests; and coordinate the various exploratory meetings of the committee and subcommittees.
In addition to the above, the coordinator’s job is centred on creating an organisational system to facilitate the work of the committee members and others. These tools should help map all relevant information for participants.
The coordinator also: creates a working budget; drafts communications to staff for co-chairs; drafts a survey to register guests to the Retreat; creates food allergy records to tailor catering; finalises all logistics for speakers and special guests; coordinates with vendors; drafts agreements; and creates schedules for deliverables.

A few months prior to the Retreat, the coordinator: finalises all agreements with vendors and speakers; collects bios and information to be used in the programme; provides draft material for the formal programme for internal and external guests; and maps Retreat logistics, which involves several weeks of organising and coordinating with committee members, hotels and vendors.
The coordinator will be expected to travel a few times from Geneva to Lyon, the conference site, to visit the venue and potential locations for events.

Retreat responsibilities
The coordinator’s main job at the Retreat will be to make sure that all of the logistics, which will be carefully planned, fit together seamlessly at the Retreat. During the Retreat, the
coordinator will be responsible for all aspects of the lodging, vendors and venues (including ensuring and trouble shooting any IT needs in the meeting rooms). The Retreat coordinator also act as an “event producer” during the Retreat and needs to manage the technical needs of staging several sessions in one day.
Post Retreat responsibilities
With assistance from a co-chair and President, the coordinator will: finalise all invoices; present a final budget to the Director of Administration and President; assemble all
photographic records; liaise with speakers/presenters; draft surveys and a survey report; and gather all communication material needed for a final Retreat report, among other tasks.

Position requirements
The ideal coordinator will have:
• extensive event planning experience;
• high attention to detail;
• the ability to travel to Lyon, France;
• the ability to juggle a wide range of responsibilities that may demand ongoing reprioritisation;
• demonstrated ability to work both independently and as part of a team;
• poise, maturity, warmth, curiosity, humility, and a good sense of humour;
• excellent oral and written communication skills in English. A second major language and/or a region-specific expertise would be an asset;
• demonstrated openness and capacity to learn quickly;
• excellent computer skills (Office, e-mail, database management, desk research); and
• committed to Oak’s organisational values.

How to apply
To apply, please send your curriculum vitae and a covering letter by e-mail only to – commdept@oakfnd.org no later than 22 June 2021. In the subject line please put Retreat
coordinator – Oak. Applicants must be able to work as a consultant in Geneva, or have an EU or Swiss nationality or valid work permit. Please note that we will only be contacting
shortlisted candidates.

By submitting your application, you confirm that you have read and understood Oak’s job applicant’s data privacy notice.

By | May 26th, 2021|Careers|0 Comments

Advisor, Private Sector Engagement – Global Fund, Geneva

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.

Key Responsibilities

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.

Further information >>

By | April 18th, 2021|Careers|0 Comments

Alumni Relations Support Officer – CERN

  • Geneva, Switzerland
  • Contract

Company Description

At CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, physicists and engineers are probing the fundamental structure of the universe. Using the world’s largest and most complex scientific instruments, they study the basic constituents of matter – fundamental particles that are made to collide together at close to the speed of light. The process gives physicists clues about how particles interact, and provides insights into the fundamental laws of nature. Find out more on http://home.cern.
Job Description

Introduction

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.

Functions

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.

Qualifications

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:

  • 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.

Technical competencies:

  • 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.

Behavioural competencies:

  • 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.

Language skills:

Excellent spoken and written English is essential. Proficiency in French would be an advantage, or the undertaking to acquire it rapidly.

Additional Information

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.

Employment Conditions

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

 

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By | April 8th, 2021|Careers|0 Comments

Communications officer – EPFL Lausanne

The Enterprise for Society (E4S) centre is a joint venture of EPFL, the University of Lausanne and the IMD business school, that embraces the mission of helping society transition towards a more sustainable, inclusive and resilient economy. The Communication Officer will help E4S implement its vision and deliver its message to a wide range of stakeholders.
Main duties and responsibilities include :

  • 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.
Your profile :

  • 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
Start date :
As soon as possible
Term of employment :
Fixed-term (CDD)
Work rate :
60-80%
Duration :
1 year, renewable
By | March 15th, 2021|Careers|0 Comments

Communications posts (10) – Global Fund, Geneva

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

Further information>>

By | February 12th, 2021|Careers|0 Comments

Adjunct Faculty Digital Media, Planning and Distribution – The International University in 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 (ntarazi@iun.ch)

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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.

 

 

By | February 2nd, 2021|Careers|0 Comments

Head, Communications Department – The Global Fund Geneva

The Global Fund is seeking to appoint a Head of Communications within the External Relations and Communications Division, to be based in Geneva, Switzerland. This new senior role is being established to achieve a step-change in communications. The Head of Communications will help sustain the global momentum to end HIV, tuberculosis and malaria as epidemics and cement the Global Fund’s position as an influential global health leader. S/he will shape the Global Fund messaging and promote it across multiple channels, maximizing its ability to inspire and influence audiences globally and to mobilize the resources needed to accelerate progress against the three diseases. The Head of Communications will also improve organizational impact through consistent and effective communications across the Global Fund partnership.

This is an exciting opportunity for an individual who is passionate about influencing and developing communications strategy and brand positioning. The Head of Communications is a highly creative leader with political instinct, and manages a team working across executive, internal and operational communications, publications, digital platforms, marketing and events, creative direction, public relations, influencers/talent engagement and translation services.

All appropriately qualified people regardless of their nationality, ethnicity, sex, marital status, civil partnership status, disability, age, religion, political belief, sexual orientation, health status or transgender status, and individuals who are living with HIV are encouraged to apply. The Global Fund is highly committed to diversity.

Key Responsibilities:

1. Develop and implement the Global Fund’s Communication strategy and workplan

  • Design and develop a comprehensive, sustained and measurable communications strategy aimed at the Global Fund key audiences across donors, partners, advocates, implementing partners, constituents, the wider public as well as the Global Fund Secretariat;
  • Shape and lead on the overall communications agenda of the Global Fund, in collaboration with key stakeholders, in particular with External Relations, the Executive Director Office, Grant Management, and Human Resources.

2. Enhance the Global Fund brand positioning and influence

  • Lead on the development of strategies and tactics to sustain and increase the Global Fund positive brand positioning across key audiences, enhance its influence in the global health public debate and help sustain global commitment to ending HIV, TB and malaria
  • Develop and nurture key relationships and partnerships internally and externally, including with key journalists, global health and development partners, advocates, influencers and celebrities to advance the Global Fund agenda
  • Monitor the external trends, and track analytics to inform the organisation’s leadership positioning and external engagement;
  • Act as a spokesperson and represent the organization externally in particular with the media and at public events.

3. Provide effective executive and operational Communications support

  • Provide high-level counsel to senior leadership, especially the Executive Director; o Respond to priority strategic communications needs across Divisions and Departments at the Global Fund;
  • Engage with partners and advocates on joint communication initiatives; o Be responsible for reputational risk management through development and activation of communications mitigating measures.

4.Strengthen the Communications Operating model

  • Define and deliver an effective and agile Communications operating model in line with the ERCD and Global Fund strategic vision and key priorities;
  • Nurture and improve communication strategic support to key Global Fund workstreams and initiatives to support staff engagement, operational effectiveness and impact;
  • Have the overall responsibility and leadership for the communications Department, ensuring seamless communications operations & process management;
  • Thrive to ensure the communications functions remain abreast of the latest developments in particular in the new technologies landscape, agile, and creative.

5. Team leadership and management

  • Play an active role in the management of the division as part of ERCD leadership team, collaborating actively with the Head of Donor Relations, Head of Private Sector Engagement, and Head of Political and Civil Society Advocacy;
  • Lead, manage, mentor and coordinate the work of a team of +/-30 highly skilled professionals across marketing and creative direction, public relations, and executive and operational communications;
  • Nurture collaboration and teamwork in and across the teams, to include but not limited to: overseeing development and monitoring of the team’s budget, strategy and work plan; oversight of individual work plans and motivating, guiding, monitoring and empowering staff to fulfil their full potential.
  • Promote and model excellence throughout the organization; and manage and resolve problems in a timely manner towards achieving the mandate of the team and Global Fund more broadly.

Qualifications

Essential:

▪ Advanced university degree in communications/public relations/marketing/public affairs/international relations

Desirable:

▪ Specialized post-graduate qualification in public health, global development, or human rights

Experience

Essential:

▪ Have very strong leadership skills and work ethic
▪ Have a demonstrated track record and ability to develop and manage strong working relationships with senior leadership
▪ Demonstrate outstanding interpersonal, communication and influencing skills in at least 2 languages including English
▪ Have deep experience and knowledge of the global media and major social media platforms landscape
▪ Extensive proven experience in / understanding of the role of communications in support of fundraising
▪ Extensive proven experience in / understanding of the role of communications in supporting employee engagement and operational impact
▪ Extensive experience in / understanding of the role of brand and creative content in communication impact
▪ Exhibit excellent management and leadership skills with the ability to energize high-performing diverse teams
▪ Exhibit the ability to manage confidential information with discretion and integrity
▪ Have experience and understanding of audience measurement tools and analytics
▪ Commitment to the GF mission and values including gender and diversity

Desirable:

▪ Over 10-12 years of experience with demonstrated success in senior communication positions across corporate communications, media relations, digital communications, creative content, brand and marketing, including at least 5 at global level, preferably in a global health / global development context
▪ More than 6 years people management experience
▪ Knowledge of global health / global development landscape
▪ Experience in crisis communication
▪ Experience living and working in multiple countries, including in a developing country context

Languages: Outstanding English language verbal and written skills as well as another language, preferably French. Knowledge of other languages would be an asset.

For further information about the position and additional details on requirements, terms and conditions of service and how to apply, please follow the following link https://www.russellreynolds.com

The closing date for applications is 12:00 PM BST, February 19, 2021.

For further information and to apply>>

By | January 25th, 2021|Careers|0 Comments