Jobs Around the World: August 2013

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Digital Communications Coordinator at the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation in Washington, D.C.

As a member of the Brand Management and Interactive Communications team the Coordinator, Digital Communication is responsible for increasing visibility of the Foundation’s efforts to eliminate pediatric AIDS through a variety of communication channels, including but not limited to Foundation website, engagement and solicitation emails and social media properties.

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Field Communications Manager for Spark MicroGrants in Musanze, Rwanda

The Communications Manager will be responsible for field story collecting and reporting, facilitating communication between country teams and supporting on HR initiatives. There will be a significant media and technology component to the work. The ideal candidate would have media editing experience, as well as basic computer coding knowledge.

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Communications Coordinator at Partners in Health in Boston

This individual will play a role in creation and production of a variety of print/multimedia materials and activities. Overall responsibilities include 1) helping to ensure consistency of brand, messaging and presentation across PIH materials; and 2) supporting internal communications initiatives.

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Creative Manager at Free the Children in Toronto, Canada

The Creative and Communications department is responsible for developing the ideas, images and words that make up a wide range of creative work, including educational resources, websites, direct response campaigns, advertising, brochures and catalogues and other key marketing and communication pieces in both print and digital. While many people in the department play a role in the process, the idea generation and execution of this work is the primary responsibility of the creative team of writers and designers, led by the Creative Manager.

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Communications Associate at the Clinton Health Access Initiative in Swaziland

  • Develop a communication and messaging strategy and implementation plan for the “Immediate Access to Treatment for All” Implementation Study
  • Develop communication and messaging strategies in line with and informed by the needs of the communities and the pre-testing and testing process
  • Draft the initial IEC materials, job aids, and tools required for the study and further roll-out

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Communications Director at Concern Worldwide in New York

Concern Worldwide U.S. Inc. is recruiting a Communications Director (new position) to develop and implement an aggressive communications strategy for Concern Worldwide U.S. Inc. The successful candidate will work closely with a senior management team in the U.S. and will be required to engage closely with the international network of Concern Worldwide. S/he will manage a team of 6 communications staff.

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Communications Officer for the Asia-Europe Foundation in Singapore

The Public Affairs department seeks to engage a motivated Communications Officer on a 6-month contract. He/She will assist in the promotion of ASEF to external parties by developing and maintaining a coherent public image through media-related programmes and outreach activities.

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Communications Coordinator and Storyteller for Haiti Partners in Haiti, Washington, D.C., or Florida

We can’t wait to work with someone who contributes to more inspiring change through communication and storytelling. You’ll share stories, build partnerships, and help raise money with excellence, creativity, and respect for the dignity of Haitian colleagues and friends. You’ll help shape our voice and content across all our media channels. You’ll play a key role in strategy and execution of our fundraising, advocacy, and branding. You’ll collaborate closely with our US-based team, Haitian colleagues, and local communities.

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Communications Coordinator at the Center for Human Rights and Global Justice in New York or Washington, D.C.

  • Manage Project’s Facebook page and Twitter account;
  • Monitor web traffic statistics;
  • Manage and grow both Facebook and Twitter following;
  • Experience promoting social/digital content a plus.
  • Organize and facilitate press calls;
  • Help plan and organize press events;
  • Develop and maintain useful press lists;

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Part-time Communications Specialist at the World Wildlife Fund in Washington, D.C.

The Communications Specialist will lead the GFTN communications efforts from the strategy to the implementation and production of materials, as well as the evaluation of communications efforts. S/he will liaise closely with staff in the offices within the WWF network to ensure the alignment of the GFTN Communications activities around the network.

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3 Comments

Gabriela Arp says:

August 1, 2013 at 3:11 pm

Laura,

Love this! Please keep sending these through every month! So helpful!

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Laura Elizabeth Pohl says:

August 9, 2013 at 3:04 pm

You’re welcome, Gabriela!

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toni says:

September 9, 2013 at 8:58 pm

Thank you! please consistently update us with opportunities esp abroad like in the Asian region.

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