Multimedia Content Producer (50%) – DCAF Geneva

The Geneva Centre for Security Sector Governance (DCAF) is dedicated to improving the security of states and their people within a framework of democratic governance, the rule of law, and respect for human rights. DCAF contributes to making peace and development more sustainable by assisting partner states and international actors supporting these states, to improve the governance of their security sector through inclusive and participatory reforms. It creates innovative knowledge products, promotes norms and good practices, provides legal and policy advice and supports capacity-building of both state and non-state security sector stakeholders.


A key member of the corporate Communications Unit, the Multimedia Content Producer’s role is to create fresh and professional looking knowledge products and multimedia content that is on brand, and effectively showcases DCAF’s work and the results we deliver for our partners and donors.

Reporting to the Communications Manager, the Multimedia Content Producer will:

•    Design and produce reports, knowledge products, fundraising, and advocacy materials;
•    Shoot and edit promotional and information videos;
•    Support DCAF’s website and social media channels with the production of multimedia content such as graphics, infographics, gifs, videos, etc;
•    Develop new templates for DCAF knowledge products and promotional materials and coach the teams in their use;
•    Act as the focal point on DCAF‘s corporate brand identity, supporting its consistent application across all our knowledge products and advocacy materials;
•    Advise DCAF’s programme teams in the branding, design and production of knowledge products such as books, policy briefs, reports, videos, etc;
•    Help build the capacity of DCAF’s programme teams to produce their own multimedia content through training and ongoing coaching;
•    Expand and manage DCAF’s photo archive;
•    Any other tasks as required.

Your experience:  
•    University degree or completion of professional training course in graphic design;
•    A minimum five years’ working as a graphic designer;
•    Mastery of InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator;
•    Solid video shooting and editing skills;
•    Working closely with clients to translate their ideas into creative and compelling content;
•    Collaborating in a small team as well as working independently;
•    High level of attention to detail is essential along with excellent organizational skills to juggle multiple tasks;
•    Producing multi-media content for non-profit or international development organizations will be an advantage;
•    A proactive approach to work and a problem-solving attitude;
•    Excellent English with a working knowledge of French;
•    Swiss or EU citizenship or a valid work permit for Switzerland at the time of application is a pre-requisite.

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By | August 21st, 2021|Careers|0 Comments

Senior Fundraising Manager – DCAF Geneva

The Geneva Centre for Security Sector Governance (DCAF) is dedicated to improving the security of states and their people within a framework of democratic governance, the rule of law, and respect for human rights. DCAF contributes to making peace and development more sustainable by assisting partner states and international actors supporting these states, to improve the governance of their security sector through inclusive and participatory reforms. It creates innovative knowledge products, promotes norms and good practices, provides legal and policy advice and supports capacity-building of both state and non-state security sector stakeholders.

Reporting through the Communications Manager to senior management, the Senior Fundraising Manager is responsible to contribute to the financial growth of DCAF through the diversification of core donors, and project fundraising, donor relations, and reporting. More specifically, the role will include, but not necessarily be limited to, the following:Develop and implement a corporate fundraising strategy to expand donor base in line with our 2021-2024 Strategy, including identification of potential donors and their funding priorities/strategies/lines and instruments, and the development of funding proposals and requests;

  • Lead on the development of an effective and efficient internal donor coordination strategy;
  • Support group, as necessary, and lead in the development of private fundraising strategy and tools;
  • Manage the existing core donor commitments as well as extension of commitments via multi-year grant agreements;
  • Develop and implement a donor communications strategy, including the creation of advocacy and reporting materials as required;
  • Maintain an overview of donor relations management across the organization, ensuring donor portfolios are optimized and raising awareness of donor trends;
  • Support the development and maintenance of donor funding financial steering instruments (monthly cash flow projection, monthly expense overview, other instruments as agreed);
  • Manage core donor reporting obligations and commitments, preparing interim analyses and leading on the production of quality reports and their timely submission;
  • Support with best practices for developing concept notes and funding proposals, donor relations, and reporting;Support the annual planning and budgeting process relating to funding;
  • Any other related tasks as may be required.


This is a senior position requiring professional experience in fundraising and donor relations (minimum 10 years), preferably in the field of governance, security, and/or international development;
An advanced degree in fundraising, development, international relations, business management, public administration or other relevant area of studies;
Areas areas of expertise (SSR/G) and with results-based management (RBM) frameworks is a strong asset;
Excellent English and French (both written and spoken) is essential;
Experience and skills in outreach and communication, especially with donors;
Experience and skills in project conceptualization, design and formulation, as well as in report writing and coordination;
Experience and skills in budgeting and budget monitoring;
Strong planning and analytical skills;
Strong interpersonal, staff management, and communication skills;

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By | August 21st, 2021|Careers|0 Comments

Communications and Media Manager – International Service for Human Rights Geneva

The position is based in ISHR’s office in Geneva, Switzerland. Under the supervision of the Communications Director, the Communications and Media Manager plays a key role in developing and implementing ISHR’s global communication strategy and in achieving ISHR’s campaign and advocacy objectives. As an aspect of this, the position will have significant responsibility for strengthening ISHR’s media engagement and profile.  The position holder will work very closely within the Communications team with the Director and the Digital Communications Officers, as well as with the broader global ISHR team, in particular with the Campaign and Mobilisation Manager and with the Programme Managers. Furthermore, it is envisioned that the position holder becomes part of ISHR’s Strategic Priority Cluster on Equality and Non-Discrimination, or other relevant ISHR programmatic clusters.

Key responsibilities
● Media outreach: Help position ISHR as a go-to organisation for relevant journalists and news media on issues related to human rights defenders. Contribute to the regular update of ISHR’s media strategy. Identify, map and nurture relationships with journalists and news media relevant to the implementation of ISHR’s communications strategy and campaigns. Select the right PR tool for every campaign or opportunity, produce and disseminate content in line with ISHR’s messaging strategy. Pitch stories to relevant journalists and manage media enquiries and events. Measure impact and keep records of coverage.
● Messaging strategy: Further develop, model and contribute to the diffusion of ISHR’s new narratives strategy, including by drafting texts and helping review articles and other communications products, such as videos. Help select appropriate visuals for ISHR’s online and offline communication products.
● Publications: Coordinate the production of ISHR print and online publications. This includes defining publication schedules, editing articles/texts, coordinating contributions from different authors, supervising all external suppliers (such as translators, graphic designers, printers), providing input on design and format, and ensuring high quality products in a cost-effective and timely manner.
● Event support and communications: Lead the scheduling and production of tools needed to effectively engage our audiences to attend ISHR events, including promoting the event on ISHR website, designing, drafting and sending out invitations and registrations forms, creating flyers and disseminating news about the event on social media. If required, support the online delivery and the live streaming of the event and/or handle photography coverage of the event.
● Newsletters and mass mailings: Manage the production of ISHR’s digital publications and newsletters, such as the monthly Human Rights Monitor, Human Rights Council Monitor, General Assembly Monitor and Kumulika: African Commission Monitor.
● Videography: Help produce ISHR’s series of “Defender stories” by continuously improving the format and concept, identifying potential participants, arranging interview shootings, editing footage and publishing. Help create or edit other videos as required, with or without the support of external producers.
ISHR’s digital channels and tools: Assist in supervising the maintenance and development of ISHR’s website and contribute new ideas to continuously improve the usability and relevance of the website for target audiences. Participate in maintaining and building ISHR’s presence on social media channels. Assist in managing the continued development and use of ISHR’s contact relationship management system (CRM).
● Capacity building: Share knowledge internally and externally in order to enhance communications expertise within ISHR, on subjects such as media training, new narratives implementation, use of visuals, writing for the web, use of communications platforms etc.

Qualifications,experience and qualities
● A passion for communicating human rights stories effectively and for encouraging uptake
by media and other sources;
● University degree or diploma in communications, marketing, public relations, journalism
or related fields;
● Minimum 5 years of relevant professional experience;
● Native-level oral and written English, including excellent drafting and editing skills, with full oral and written proficiency in at least one additional language a significant advantage (French and/or Spanish);
● Strong command of Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Google suite, Adobe Creative Cloud, video editing softwares; and demonstrated ability to learn how to operate new softwares quickly;
● Demonstrated interest in human rights;
● Proven project management, time management and organisational skills;
● Ability to multi-task and work independently under pressure to meet tight deadlines;
● Excellent communication and people skills;
● Able to work as a member of an international, agile and diverse organisation;
● Swiss Work Permit or EU/EFTA national.

● Experience working for an NGO and/or on human rights thematics;
● Familiarity and/or experience with equality, non-discrimination, diversity and inclusion thematics;
● A good level of knowledge of MailChimp and WordPress;
● A basic knowledge of analytics and reporting;
● Experience and established contacts with Swiss, US or international journalists and news agencies,
● Experience using CiviCRM or another customer relationship management system.

To see the complete ad and to apply please consult the vacancy on the ISHR website >>

By | July 27th, 2021|Careers|0 Comments

Website Content Coordinator IDMC Geneva

The IDMC is looking for a creative and professional Website Content Coordinator to support and coordinate IDMC‘s website content. The Website Content Coordinator will be responsible for creating, improving and maintaining content in support of IDMC’s organisational strategy and business goals. The main responsibilities include publishing online content to raise brand awareness, monitoring web traffic and metrics to improve performance, and continually ensuring that IDMC’s digital products meet our target audience’s needs. The ideal candidate is an experienced communications professional with demonstrated skills in website content creation, as well in the management and development of content management systems.

The main responsibilities of this role include:

  1. Regularly create and publish engaging website content using our content management system (CMS) and leveraging a range of formats
  2. Coordinate and support the development of a website content strategy with the objective of increasing outreach, dissemination and access to IDMC’s data and evidence.
  3. Analyse website traffic to better understand users’ interests and needs.
  4. Stay up to date with website developments and generate new ideas to draw our audience’s attention.
  5. Provide IDMC’s External Relations Team with general communications support during peak periods.

The ideal candidate will have the following:

  • At least 3-5 years professional communications experience, particularly focused on content management and content creation for websites.
  • Excellent English writing skills; French, Spanish and/or Arabic a plus.
  • Highly organised and detail-oriented.
  • Able to oversee large projects and to coordinate and consolidate work from others.
  • Able to research, collate, and summarise information from different sources.
  • Able to translate technical language to key messages for a broad audience.
  • Able to cope with extra work under pressure during peak campaign times.
  • Minimum Bachelor’s, preferred Master’s degree in Communications or related degree.
  • 3-5 years working on website content management and creation.
  • Strong knowledge of Search Engine Optimization (SEO) best practices, and Google Analytics.
  • Knowledge on user interface, user experience and creation of wireframes.
  • Strong knowledge of how to leverage analytics to take data-informed content decisions.
  • Strong knowledge and aptitude using Adobe creative cloud.
  • Basic knowledge of HTML and content management systems such as Drupal.
  • Sufficient multimedia editing skills to perform basic post-production tasks (cutting, subtitling, animated titles, etc.) for multimedia website content.
  • Ability to develop strategic plans based on desired impact and outcomes.

In addition, we are looking for a creative thinker with the ability to think outside the box, take initiative to troubleshoot challenges and with an aptitude for critical thinking, analysis, and problem solving. Our ideal candidate has proven networking and relationship management skills, is influential and decisive and enjoys working in a fast-paced environment whilst successfully delivering on short deadlines.

We are also looking for people who share our values:
To be dedicated in what we do;
To be innovative with our solutions;
To act as one unified and inclusive team;
To be committed and passionate about the issue of internal displacement;
To be accountable to the donors that make our work possible; the beneficiaries that we exist to serve; and to each other… the members of our NRC/IDMC family.

We can offer:

A challenging and exciting opportunity with an international team dedicated to advancing practical, data-based solutions to internal displacement;
A permanent position in Geneva
Salary and benefits according to NRC/IDMC’s salary scale and terms and conditions.

Please note that 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.

For more information about this opportunity, or to apply please click here>>

By | June 30th, 2021|Careers|0 Comments

Social media officer – IAS Geneva

The  International AIDS Society, based in Geneva, is looking for a Social Media Officer, further information (pdf)>>

By | June 20th, 2021|Careers|0 Comments

Director of Strategy and Advocacy – The Global Initiative for Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (GI-ESCR), remote location

The Global Initiative for Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (GI-ESCR) is seeking candidates for the position of Director of Strategy and Advocacy

As a key advocacy strategist, the Director of Strategy and Advocacy will work alongside the Executive Director to ensure the highest standards of quality and effectiveness in GI-ESCR’s various advocacy efforts and to help transform GI-ESCR’s programmes and research into concrete improvements in human rights practice.

The successful candidate will be an effective leader, strategic thinker and compelling communicator. He/she will have a thorough knowledge of economic and social rights and a deep understanding of the nature of key human rights concerns, as well as of relevant political, social, legal, economic, cultural, ethnic, racial and gender issues.

Experience of fundraising, working in a key leadership role and managing people and teams is expected. The nature of this role requires excellent political judgement, as well as the ability to identify and address risks and opportunities, manage conflicting demands, meet deadlines, adjust priorities and manage budgets.

All the information related to the position are on the job description, including the details on how to apply here:

Deadline for applications is 02 July 2021, 23.59 hrs. (Mexico City: UTC/GMT -5 hrs.)

Please apply by filling in the online form and uploading a cover letter and your resume (in Word or PDF format) directly on the form.

Please note that we will only take applications received through the online form.

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

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


-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.


-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 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
• 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.

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

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.

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;
• 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.

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 – 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