Jobs Around the World: November 2016

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Marketing Director at Women for Women International in Washington, D.C.

  • Meet annual fundraising targets and develop strategies to drive revenue growth through sponsorship, digital and direct response activities.
  • Lead integrated marketing fundraising campaigns from strategy to planning, launch, execution and measurement.
  • Craft and execute the annual strategic marketing plan for the sponsorship and small donor revenue channels.
  • Oversee the WfWI website and its optimization as a fundraising platform.

Deadline: Jan. 31, 2017

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Product Designer and Brand Manager for Gone Rural in Malkerns, Swaziland

We are looking for someone who has an understanding of our aesthetic, of African and Swazi-inspired clean, simple design – bringing tradition into a contemporary context. Within that aesthetic, the designer will create innovative products from grass and other natural fibers/recycled materials, with a production process that can be accurately replicated by women who work with their hands at home.

Deadline: Nov. 30, 2016

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Executive Communications Manager for Medical Teams International in Tigard, Ore.

The role is accountable for an integrated and shared communications strategy and messaging for brand support and reputation-building around MTI’s global health programs, including leveraging evidence, knowledge management, and MTI best practice in global health programing. The role is responsible for external audience engagement activities aimed at public affairs audiences: policy-makers, key influencers, academia, peer NGOs, consortia, multi-lateral and bi-lateral institutional grant agencies and foundations, donors and supporters.

Deadline: Dec. 15, 2016

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Media Network Manager for Sparknews in Paris

· Ensuring Impact Journalism Day and Solutions&Co media partners deliver the best possible content to the overall pool of articles and reach the most readers possible on publication day,

· Creating a sense of community between all participating media via physical events (seminars) and other tools (e.g. Facebook groups), and using this community to refine their approach to solutions journalism,

· Developing new projects with selected media according to local or specific business models and identifying replicable formats to deploy with other media

Deadline: Unclear

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Senior Director, Creative and Brand for the International Rescue Committee in New York

  1. Lead and build a team of highly professional creatives and digital production specialists
  2. Work with the VP Marketing and other managers in the Marketing team to develop the images (video) and messaging across large and small fundraising and engagement campaigns which are initially country-specific (USA) and then building to a global digital engagement and fundraising plan, which delivers a positive ROI, to be set by the fundraising team.
  3. Work with colleagues to develop and support field based content to build template campaigns and tools.
  4. Work with external agencies to refine and develop creative propositions across both fundraising and engagement campaigns

Deadline: Jan. 11, 2017

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Assistant Video Editor for Devex in Washington, D.C.

Devex is looking for a creative video editor with keen attention to detail and superb communication skills who wants to join our social enterprise on a freelance or contract basis. We’re building a network of video production professionals to support our journalism and storytelling work at Devex — if you’re eager to develop your skills and work with a global team of international development news reporters, read on.

Deadline: Nov. 30, 2016

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Communications Manager with Constru Casa in Antigua, Guatemala

Manage and execute a creative marketing and communications strategy relying on the Fundraising and Communication Plan of the organization. The Communications Manager is expected to supplement existing strategies with innovative campaigns, designed to contribute to the growth of the organization and increase awareness in Guatemala and abroad related to the work and achievements of Constru Casa.

Deadline: Dec. 15, 2016

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Director of Communications at Perkins School for the Blind in Watertown, Mass.

  • Oversees external communications on all platforms, ensuring consistency in message, tone and personality to support brand identity and organizational goals.
  • Supervises daily operations of the department’s divisions to accomplish priorities, set in conjunction with the Chief Marketing Officer (CMO), to fulfill the communications and marketing needs of the organization. Supports those needs in accordance with Perkins’ vision and goals, combined with best communications and marketing practices.

Deadline: Unclear

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Communications Specialist at the Human Rights Foundation in New York

  • Draft press releases, talking points, board memos, op-eds, and social media content that reflect HRF’s positions, projects, and achievements
  • Research and secure regular placement for HRF opinions in popular television, radio, print, and web outlets
  • Identify key journalists working in the human rights and anti-corruption space
  • Call and email reporters and editors on a regular basis to inform them about HRF’s work, pitch stories, and share activities

Deadline: Dec. 15, 2016

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We hope you enjoyed this month’s “Jobs Around the World.” Earlier this month we also shared tips for making yourself easy to work with (from the point of view of both nonprofits and storytellers) and discussed what you need to know about music licensing. Go check them out!


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