Jobs Around the World: April 2014

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April 1, 2014

Lead Storychanger with Reweave in Boston

  • Develop captivating and engaging video content with limited resources.
  • Hire and lead interns and eventually staff to create innovative multimedia content (infographics, videos, photos, articles, blog posts, and games).
  • Build relationships internationally with schools and win over administrators in order to user-test our content and curriculum with youth.
  • Innovate and iterate viable revenue streams with key partners.

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Communication Officer with URS Sustainable Development in Jakarta

The candidate will have to demonstrate experience in organising and managing events for different target audiences, document management (media articles, photos, factsheets etc), website management and content development experience. The candidate must have excellent written and spoken English, including drafting media and promotional materials, good interpersonal and communications skills, demonstrated ability to work in a small team and provide sound judgement and problem solving skills. You will have degree in communications, public relations or journalism.

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Director of Nature Photography with FOTOKIDS in Las Mangas, Honduras

This job in rural Honduras with our project GUARUMA, focuses on using nature photography and graphic arts with students from 5th grade primary to late teens. The project focusing on environmental education has been in existence since the year 2000. Students have been working in macro/nature photography and have been published in prestigious nature magazines and won many awards.

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Media Specialists with IREX in Myanmar

· Provide and/or develop seminars, workshops, and in-house consultancies for media outlets
· Assist in maintaining effective partnerships with national and regional media as well as civil society organizations and other stakeholders
· Advise and implement activities to support and strengthen media sector

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Senior Internal Communications Officer at Mercy Corps in Portland, Oregon, USA

The Senior Internal Communications Officer will develop and implement a global internal communications strategy that articulates Mercy Corps senior leaders’ vision and strategy to the organization; reinforces a cohesive and productive organizational culture through effective information sharing; and supports Mercy Corps’ development as an entrepreneurial, innovative, effective and accountable learning organization and great place to work.

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Social Media Strategist for Catholic Relief Services in Baltimore, Maryland, USA

The Social Media Strategist will play a critical role in the development of an overall strategy and direction for social media at CRS.  Supporting and in coordination with overall communications and agency content strategy this role will be tasked with increasing fundraising, engagement and awareness for various CRS audiences and the media.

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Communication Specialist for The Border Consortium in Bangkok

This position supports the Executive Director and Senior Management team in developing and managing an organisational communications strategy, focusing on the external, while providing support to the internal, to ensure that all communications are aligned with organisational mandate, are consistent and brand-specific, and ultimately meet organisational and beneficiary needs.

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Editor and Writer for the International Foundation for Electoral Systems in Washington, D.C.

• Edit (proofread, copyedit, or substantively edit) internal and external IFES publications, including technical reports and proposals, white papers, FAQs on the electoral process, topical brochures, one-pagers, board book and web content
• Write, solicit and/or edit content for the annual report and IFES’ internal newsletters
• Ensure all publications and materials adhere to IFES’ Brand and Style Guide

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Communications Assistant for Doctors Without Borders in New York

  • Support the Communications Director in managing budgeting and annual planning budget processes
  • Maintains appropriate quantity of marketing materials in office, reorders items as needed, and manages storage of item
  • Schedule, draft agenda and take notes for departmental meetings

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Fundraising and Advocacy Officer for the Center for Education and Development in Somalia

The Fund Raising and Advocacy Officer will assist the Executive Director in accomplishing the Vision, Mission, and Strategic Objectives of CED.Primary responsibilities include fundraising and resource development; external communications; advocacy; cultivating and maintaining relationships with partner agencies, donors and other stakeholders; participating in the representation of the organization in various arenas; and serving as member of the Senior Management Team of CED.

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Jobs Around the World: January 2014

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January 11, 2014

Communications Manager at International Rice Research Institute in Los Baños, Philippines

Deadline: Jan. 31, 2014

To lead and supervise IRRI’s corporate communication and science communication functions. Assuring the quality, tone, and consistency of various communication products and stakeholder engagement efforts will be the primary responsibility of this role. Alongside the Head of Communication, the Communication Manager will supervise and provide guidance to teams of communication specialists in engaging IRRI’s internal and external stakeholders. Particular attention will be given to quality assuring irri.org and related web resources, media relations, and crafting communication policy and strategy to guide IRRI in all its stakeholder engagement activities.

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Social media editor at Partners in Health in Boston

Deadline: Not available

  • Define overall social media content strategy and lead the production of new social media content daily across all relevant social channels, including gathering and packaging multimedia content from PIH staff and volunteers
  • Create a daily publishing environment so content remains fresh
  • Experiment with new ways of leveraging social media to build awareness of PIH mission, vision, values and impact

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Head of Translation for Amnesty International in Madrid

Deadline: January 19, 2014

In this brand new role, you’ll define appropriate quality assurance methods and standards for Translations used across our entire operation. It’s about developing our service models and enhancing our capacity for translation in line with innovative and bold new approaches in the market. It’s also about making sure both our Language Resource Centre (LRC) staff and freelancers remain both consistent and accurate in everything they produce. That means carrying out wide-ranging analysis of our language needs on a global scale, before working with the senior translators and the Head of Interpretation and Sourcing to establish the profile and skills of translators required – building a team of teams based on language combinations, purpose of the translated content and target audiences.

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Regional Media and Advocacy Specialist for Plan International in Manila or Bangkok

Deadline: January 16, 2014

The position is the primary technical advisor and regional support function to Country Offices on media and the communication of advocacy-related issues. The position is expected to provide high-level strategic advice for the region and implement activities that strengthen and support Plan’s position as a trusted, innovative and credible INGO. The Regional Media & Advocacy Specialist will also be expected to represent the organisation as a spokesperson as required.

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Communications and Marketing Manager for Mayan Families in Panajachel, Guatemala

Deadline: Not available

 

  • Analysis and maintenance of donor communications data through eCRM database
  • Monthly reporting on all communications results including recommendations for optimization
  • Development of bespoke campaigns as required
  • Management and reporting of Google Adwords Account

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Media Relations Officer for International Rescue Committee in New York

Deadline: Not available

  • Working with a small team, conceptualize and implement traditional and social media strategies and campaigns aimed at generating coverage of the IRC’s humanitarian aid programs, key advocacy issues and marketing and celebrity-driven campaigns.
  • Work with advocacy and field teams to develop public positions, messaging and talking points and write and/or edit advocacy-oriented field-produced press releases.
  • Produce and/or place op-eds, blogs and other content for external publication.  Edit commentaries produced by other IRC staff.
  • Work with field staff to identify stories for IRC and external media.
  • Respond to media queries—providing background information, arranging interviews and facilitating media visits to field programs.

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Public Relations Manager at African Cashew Alliance in Accra

Deadline: January 27, 2014

  1. Supervise the development and implementation of internal and external communications and reporting, including developing ACA communication tools, such as website and newsletter and developing revenue sources from ACA communications, with the support of one communication assistant and one intern.
  1. Liaise with the ACA Executive Committee and Advisory Board and prepare periodic reports, minutes, guidelines, etc
  1. Design communication and promotion tactics and tools for the ACA and the African cashew sector for international food trade shows, industry conventions and conferences, liaising with one graphics designer.

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Director of Communications with C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group in New York or London

Deadline: Not available

  • Manages a dynamic international communications team (Internal Communications, Media Relations, Editorial and Content, and Agency Resource)
  • Member of a 5-person C40 management team, led by the Executive Director, with responsibility to support the overall development of the C40
  • Drives the development of overall C40 communications strategy (external and internal; social, digital and web presence) for the organization in partnership with the Executive Director
  • Responsible for managing the overall brand of the organization

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Senior Media Officer for the Asia Society in New York

Deadline: Not available

• The Senior Media Officer will be responsible for media relations in the areas of policy, business and education as well as corporate leadership. He/she will
creatively pitch Asia Society’s programming in these areas, and around breaking news as it relates to Asia Society’s activities and expertise.
• She/he will build strong relationships with the external media, interfacing with and managing media personnel at Asia Society events and programs in the
areas of policy, business and education, and overseeing all stages of related media interviews.
• She/he will contribute to the promotion of additional Asia Society activities involving various departments such as conferences, special publications and
public programs.

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Jobs Around the World: December 2013

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December 1, 2013

Reporting and Communications Manager for the International Rescue Committee in Bamako, Mali

  • Edit and finalize high quality narrative reports for donors in compliance with donor requirements and IRC Mali internal calendar and process – 35%
  • Design a country program communication strategy and produce information and communication materials such as brochures, newsletters, contribution to global IRC news bulletin, and annual and sector reviews – 35%
  • Train/coach program staff on communication strategies and presentation of information in donor reports – 10%

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Communications Specialist for the Asian Disaster Preparedness Center in Bangkok

• Coordination and external relations (correspondence and liaise with International and national media) in promoting ADPC activities and image building
• Resource inputs in implementation of media and communication strategy
• Publication of quarterly newsletter – Asian Disaster Management News (all related functions from collection of articles to publication of the newsletter)
• Organize briefings on ADPC activities, ADPC strategy 2

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Creative Services Manager for the International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center near Mexico City

We are seeking a dynamic, innovative, self-motivated and service-orientated professional for the position of Creative Services Manager in the International Communications Department to lead our talented in-house creative team. CIMMYT’s creative team is tasked with creating all visual materials used to promote the organization – websites, graphics, print collateral, presentations, videos, photography and more. We’re looking for a passionate leader with a deep understanding of design, marketing and branding.

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Communications Coordinator for the Mennonite Central Committee East Coast in Philadelphia

Through providing leadership for the communications activities, this role works to deepen constituent awareness of MCC’s programs and how constituents may get involved. In coordinating communications, this individual must be familiar with the range of resources available to tell the MCC story and the communication channels available to MCC at national/regional levels, ensuring branded communication that is timely, effective and appropriate. In partnership with the Donor Relations Coordinator, this role directs the work of the East Coast CDR network.

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Behavior Change Communications Officer for Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition in Jakarta

  • Oversee work done by a creative agency to ensure that formative research is translated into a BCC campaign  including supervising pre-testing of campaign ideas and getting approval from government.
  • Check communication materials prepared by creative and activation agencies to ensure consistency with the campaign theme(s).
  • Liaison between GAIN and the research agencies in Indonesia and overseas for upcoming formative research projects in 2014.

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Communications Coordinator for Child and Youth Finance International in Amsterdam

1) Communications & Marketing – assisting in the development and implementation of the Organization’s communications strategies, marketing, and public relations activities, both external and internal. Coordinates the efforts of the communications team and works with the other departments of the Organization.

2) Public Relations & Advocacy- works with the Director of Communications to ensure that Child and Youth Finance is being represented in international arenas and that CYFI is being raised as a topic in the agenda of key global institutions and the media. This would involve writing of concept notes, building relationships with media, creation of press releases, media packs and other press material. (LOTS OF WRITING!)

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Director of Communications and Market for the World Affairs Council of Northern California’s Global Philanthropy Forum in San Francisco

S/He will be responsible for developing and implementing a dynamic global communications strategy which will proactively advance the GPF mission, its programmatic agenda and enhance its brand. The Director will be responsible for GPF’s varied and integrated communications including: print media, web, videos and other online communications; media, public relations and marketing. S/He will work closely with external stakeholders and strategic partners to expand relationships and enhance the GPF’s visibility as a unique learning community.

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Development Manager for Spark MicroGrants in Musanze, Rwanda

Spark MicroGrants is seeking a full time Development Manager to spearhead our donor communications and outreach strategy. The Development Manager will be responsible for collecting field updates, donor reporting, grant writing as well as developing systems to institutionalize and automate external and internal communication. The ideal candidate must have very strong writing skills as well as prior experience creating grant proposals.

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Technical Assistant in Logistics and Communications for Institute for War and Peace Reporting in Mexico City

We are seeking a Spanish speaker who is open-minded, organized and able to handle multiple logistics, administration and communications tasks simultaneously. The person will join a multidisciplinary team working on projects to train journalists and promote the right of expression and information in Latin America. This is a part-time post, 20 hours a week, by agreement Monday to Friday.

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Human Rights Storyteller for EarthRights International in Chiang Mai, Thailand

The Storyteller’s core purpose is to amplify the voices of our local staff, students, alumni, and partners working throughout Southeast Asia, on a variety of human rights and environmental issues.  The Storyteller ensures that their stories reach and persuade our English-speaking audiences, thus allowing us to not only advocate and fundraise more effectively, but also to offer our local allies the dignity and justice of telling their own stories.

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Graphic Designer for Access in New York

The new Access graphic designer will be our first in-house designer, and will have a tremendous opportunity to help shape our graphic identity as we go through a website overhaul and production of brand guidelines. In addition to these major projects, the designer will be engaged in creating layouts and images for campaigns and fundraisers, designing usable single-serving websites, visualizing data in interactive and compelling ways, branding tech initiatives and products, producing templates for our printed material, and helping us develop our own line of awesome schwag: stickers, t-shirts, and skunkworks projects like Accessbrau.

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Norwegian Agency Highlights the Best and Worst of Aid Fundraising Videos

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November 20, 2013

Rusty Radiator Awards by SAIH

Now this is bold and awesome: the Norwegian Students’ and Academics’ International Assistance Fund (SAIH) has created a video parodying aid films and a website recognizing the worst and best international development fundraising videos. They call out organizations by name and critique each video.

The four most offensive, stereotypical videos won SAIH’s Rusty Radiator Award. The ChildFund International video reminded me so much of their Sally Struthers commercials from the 1980s and 1990s (back when they were Christian Children’s Fund) that I looked for the oldies on YouTube. Sure enough, ChildFund’s fundraising video format has barely changed in the last 20 years, down to the faces of sad-looking children and the simplified answer to all these children’s problems – just a few cents a day.

The four most amazing videos won the Golden Radiator Award. My favorite is Water is Life’s 4-Year-Old’s Bucket List, about a 4-year-old Kenyan boy’s life and dreams. It’s inspiring and funny and uplifting while still addressing a problem faced by children like the Kenyan boy. I loved seeing this video for the first time earlier this year and watching it again now.

By the way, if you don’t know what the radiator refers to then watch this Africa for Norway video, also by SAIH.

Below is the SAIH video parodying aid films.

Enter Nutrition Story Contest by December 1

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November 18, 2013

Harvesting_Nutrtion_ContestDoes your NGO have an interesting story about a project that bridges the gaps between agriculture, nutrition and food security? Then you may have a chance to win $5,000 and multimedia documentation of your project via the World Bank’s Harvesting Nutrition contest.

“The idea of a contest came about as we wanted to learn from an share learning with others on projects that have successfully linked agriculture, food security and nutrition,” Monika Gutestam Hustus, World Bank senior communication specialist, wrote to me in an email. All the entries will be kept online at www.securenutritionplatform.org so people can learn from the stories. The contest deadline is December 1.

Infographic: A World of Food

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November 12, 2013

Last week a reader wrote to tell me he’d found a broken link in the post 7 Infographics about International Development Issues. But he didn’t just inform me about the broken link. He recreated the infographic and even added in extra data points in an interactive graphic called “A World of Food” by webstaurantstore.com. The data sources are clear and the graphic has a clean design. The countries covered in this graphic appear to be listed in random order (they’re actually listed by highest to lowest calorie consumption) but otherwise there’s solid visual representation of data. A World of Food graphic by Web Restaurant Store

Jobs Around the World: November 2013

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November 1, 2013

Associate Director of External Relations for Church World Service in New York

The Associate Director of External Relations will be responsible for hiring, directing, supervising, promoting, rewarding, transferring, disciplining, suspending, laying off, discharging and recalling the Public Information Specialist, the DC Media Associate and the Program Specialist as well as addressing and responding to their grievances. They will also be responsible for managing the communication interns and directing all communication activities performed by the IRP Administrative Assistant.

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Assistant Web Editor for Zaccheus Onumba Dibiaezue Memorial Libraries in Lagos, Nigeria

  • Must have strong communication, writing, proofreading and web editing skills, with an excellent grasp of grammar and a keen eye for detail
  • Must have strong computer skills with competence in Microsoft Office
  • Will show creativity and web savvy, and understand how to engage online audiences

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Marketing and Communications Officer for Muslim Aid in London

We are looking for someone who has had previous experience in a marketing and communications team in a UK-based organisation. You will be finding key opportunities to market Muslim Aid in both ethnic and mainstream areas. You will also be working very closely with the Fundraising Department and take a lead role in our major campaigns while raising awareness of Muslim Aid’s work. (Editor’s note: Application deadline is November 3, 2013)

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Marketing and Communications Coordinator for Awamaki in Cusco, Peru

He or she will effectively publicize Awamaki to a variety of audiences; maintain and strengthen the messaging across the programs that we run; use a Customer Relationship Management system to communicate with donors and supporters; market Awamaki’s offerings in tourism, voluntourism and volunteering; and collaborate with our artisanal products sales team to create effective sales outreach.

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International Assignment Writer for Perkins School for the Blind in Watertown, MA

This senior writer reports directly to the editorial content manager and is primarily responsible for generating and pursuing story ideas related to Perkins’ international work. The international writer is the primary content developer for Perkinsinternational.org and produces written content for a variety of other formats and purposes, including but not limited to Perspectives magazine and Perkins.org.

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Fundraising and Communications Officer for Journeys Within Our Community in Siem Reap, Cambodia

  • Use database analytics to plan donor acquisition and retention strategies;
  • Contribute to the ongoing development of the JWOC website, including uploading reports and creating news updates;
  • Update social media channels and manage photo database;
  • Participate in drafting and finalizing periodic program updates, annual reports, newsletters, press releases, etc.;

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Social Media and Digital Content Strategist for American Jewish World Service in New York

  • Develop and implement content for all web landing pages, the AJWS homepage and AJWS’s blog;
  • Develop and implement AJWS’s social media strategy, making recommendations and coordinating with colleagues across the organization to highlight AJWS’s international and national programs;
  • Work with the Director of Public Engagement and Strategic Content and other colleagues to ensure that AJWS’s voice on social media reflects the values, culture and brand of the organization;

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Multimedia Coordinator for Partners in Health in Boston, MA

The primary responsibility of the Multimedia Coordinator is to grow, maintain and facilitate access to the Partners In Health digital archiving system, also known as Merlin.  Merlin houses PIH’s photographic collection of greater than 90 thousand images, spanning more than a dozen countries, dating back nearly three decades, and continues to expand. The Multimedia Coordinator also directly fulfills photo requests from within PIH and externally when necessary, working independently as well as in concert with Communications team colleagues and interns, under the guidance and management of the Multimedia Director.

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Communications Officer for Angkor Hospital for Children in Siem Reap, Cambodia

  • Responsible for design, content and production of on and offline communication materials
  • Ensure all materials are consistent and maintain the AHC brand
  • Manage SEO content and imagery of website via WordPress

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TOMS Shoes Listens to Critics

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October 20, 2013

TOMS book cover with Blake Mycoskie I’m sure many of you know the TOMS Shoes story: founder Blake Mycoskie saw poverty in Argentina, learned of kids running around barefoot and decided to start his company. For every pair of shoes TOMS sells, they give a free pair to a child, usually one living in a developing country. But this one-for-one model doesn’t help solve the underlying causes of poverty, as critics have pointed out.

It seems TOMS might be listening to its critics. According to Tiny Spark, which reports on the business of nonprofits and NGOs, TOMS will produce some of its shoes in Haiti starting in 2014. Tiny Spark’s Amy Costello writes:

“Mycoskie acknowledged that his decision to begin manufacturing in Haiti was a result of listening to his critics. “If you’re building a brand you have to listen to the critics, and we have,” he said in an interview with Entrepreneur Magazine last week.  “We are evolving through some major paradigm shifts.””

Be sure to read the full Tiny Spark story and listen to Tiny Spark’s podcast about TOMS Shoes.

When the World is Your Target Audience

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October 4, 2013

(Many of you come to NGOS looking for information on creating a regional communications strategy, so I tapped the expertise of my friend and former colleague Racine Tucker-Hamilton, who was gracious enough to write this guest post. Racine is the associate director of communications and editorial services at the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation in Washington, D.C. EGPAF is a global leader in the fight against pediatric HIV/AIDS, and has reached more than 17 million women with services to prevent transmission of HIV to their babies. It currently works at more than 6,800 sites and in 15 countries.)

Somewhere over northern Africa. Photo © Laura Elizabeth Pohl

Somewhere over northern Africa. Photo © Laura Elizabeth Pohl

Regional communications can be both a blessing and a curse. On the plus side you have the opportunity to share your message with the world. On the con side is the fact that the world is your audience and that global audience just gets bigger each day and avenues of communication get more complex. As media director for the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF), with a presence in 15 countries mostly in Africa, I face a daily challenge with language translations, cultural differences, and Internet access, among other things. Fortunately, I have a great team of expert global communications colleagues to assist with overcoming these communications adversities.

In my opinion, a solid regional communications plan includes four vital elements for success:

Goal(s):  Is your focus on building your organization’s brand or is it to increase awareness of issues?

Audience: Who are your key stakeholders? Audiences can be very narrow or extremely broad, ranging from local government officials, potential partners or donors, a specific population or group (elderly women or men under 30 years old), or the general public. What do they need to learn about your issues or organization? And what action do you want them to take? Do you want them to write a check, attend an event, or click on a link?

Tools:  Identify which platforms you will use. Local and national media, editorial products (publications, brochures, advertisements, opinion pieces and letters to the editor, digital/online platforms (social media, blogs, videos, podcasts) or events that highlight your organization’s accomplishments.

Tactics:  How are you are you going to use these tools to execute your strategic plan?

– Media: Identify the media outlets, programs, and journalists who cover your issues. Develop strategic story pitches that highlight your organization’s expertise and begin to position your NGO as a thought leader on your subject matter. If you are successful, reporters will come to you instead of the other way around. Consider organizing media field visits and briefings. Give reporters the opportunity to see your work on the ground first-hand and be sure to have experts and human interest elements readily available.

– Publications: Determine the types of publications you can create based on resources, target audience, and your overall goal. You may decide a brochure rather than an annual report is better suited for your audience. When possible always try to produce high quality materials and aim for high resolution images.

– Events: Use this as an opportunity to create a media moment. Infuse your message in speeches and media materials. Invite journalists your are cultivating relationships with.

– Digital: Be sure you are leveraging all digital platforms and that your messages are in sync with your overall goals. This is a good opportunity to repurpose your materials. For example, you can write a blog post highlighting your annual report; pull a strong sentence from the blog and repost it on Facebook or Twitter, or start a web chat. Also, let your images tell the story through sites such as Instagram, Tumblr, Pinterest, and other online photo sites. Your digital activities should always drive traffic back to your website and materials.

There isn’t a one-size-fits-all strategy for regional communications, but starting with a good strategy will help you find the best fit for your organization.

Jobs Around the World: October 2013

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October 1, 2013

Director of Communications for Girl Hub in London

The role requires a dynamic and creative communications professional who will act as strategic partner to the GH GM in communications strategy with key stakeholders, including relevant policy communications advice and counsel. The individual will lead GH communications efforts from head office and in our focus countries.

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Communications and Outreach Officer for MSF in Kampong Cham, Cambodia

MAIN OBJECTIVES OF POSITION:
  • To enable the accession of local authorities and adhesion of the elderly population to be screened
  • To ensure good communication and cooperation between MSF-F and the local authorities in the villages
  • To facilitate the transfers of the TB patients by organizing the transportations

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Creative Director/Lead Scriptwriter for PCI Media Impact in Maputo, Mozambique

The Creative Director/Lead Scriptwriter will be responsible for the creation of 40 episode scripts as well as the research and development of messages and other factual content associated with the substance, structure, and style of the Facts for Life Entertainment-Education soap opera serial. This position is ultimately accountable for the “entertainment” component of an Entertainment-Education soap opera storyline, ensuring audience ‘addiction’ to the show and high audience ratings.

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Communications Specialist for Macfadden in Washington, D.C.

The communications specialist will support the implementation of a virtual community to link Democracy, Human Rights and Governance officers worldwide to raise awareness about USAID’s Democracy, Human Rights and Governance technical leadership activities and programs. This community will be a vehicle to disseminate technical knowledge and documents to USAID staff and to host country counterparts in particular with regard to ensuring the effective implementation of DRG programs, under the Agency’s new DRG Strategy and other Agency priorities that relate to DRG programming initiatives.

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Senior Online Strategist for Greenpeace in Washington, D.C. or San Francisco

The Senior Online Strategist will manage a fast-paced team of professionals and work across the organization to raise money, win campaigns, engage supporters and grow the supporter base using the organization’s tactical and strategic objectives as a guide. The position requires an overall understanding of digital communications technology (i.e. social media platforms, basic content management systems, CRM’s, SMS, and web management) with at least five years experience in email list-buliding, database management and segmentation, online to on the ground organizing and online fundraising.

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Media Officer for the International Committee of the Red Cross in Yangon, Myanmar

  • Contribute to the formulation of strategies for public communication and to the implementation of communication activities in Myanmar
  • Maintain and develop positive and constructive relations with media and civil society organisations
  • Monitor national and international media, including social media, and provide relevant reports and analysis

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Media and Communications Consultant for the International Commission of Jurists in Bangkok

TheMedia and Communications Consultant is responsible for the planning, delivering, organization and dissemination of media activities, as well as the coordination of the production of communications materials, and implementation of ICJ visual and corporate identity in the Asia & Pacific Region.

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Senior Press Liaison for USAID in Kabul, Afghanistan

The Senior Press Liaison will forge productive relationships with the press to enhance coverage of USAID Afghanistan activities in both the Afghan and international news media; ensure the production of clear, powerful news advisories and releases; generate colorful, creative features; lead rapid-response efforts to correct erroneous or misleading news accounts; and write senior-level speeches that tell the USAID story eloquently and catch the attention of reporters, editors and producers.

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Communications Manager for the Forest Stewardship Council in Bonn, Germany

Main Roles and Responsibilities:
• To support the development and implementation of a global communications strategy.
• To provide expertise and resources to internal and external stakeholders (Network Partners, other strategic stakeholders, and units of FSC International) to implement communications strategies for all audiences.
• To lead the development of project-, program- or topic-related communications strategies, in line with FSC’s global vision.

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