Jobs Around the World: March 2019

Jobs Around the World: March 2019

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Marketing & Communications Specialist for Mennonite Economic Development Associates in Amman, Jordan

Deadline: March 28, 2019

The Marketing and Communications Specialist position focuses on, through marketing and communications efforts, supporting the implementation of MEDA’s JVL Project’s higher goals of establishing small, women and youth-centered businesses in the food processing, clean technologies and tourism sectors, as well as project goals surrounding the enabling of financial inclusion. As such, the position requires the successful candidate to work closely with technical experts, MEDA management, and local implementing partners in order to enhance, implement and regularly evaluate strategic marketing and communications plans/strategies which support the project’s vision for entrepreneurial growth and women’s empowerment in the Jordan Valley.


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Communications and Events Assistant for Coffey in Hanoi, Vietnam

Deadline: April 5, 2019

We are seeking applicants with relevant tertiary qualifications, in journalism, media, marketing, communications or a related field. The successful candidate will have experience in organizing events, including managing logistics and designing promotional material. You will demonstrate experience and knowledge in implementing communications through media platforms including social media. You will demonstrate a high-level of written and verbal communication skills in English. You will have strong interpersonal and networking skills and a good track record in working effectively in a team and independently. The successful candidate will have excellent organizational skills, be able to prioritize workload, have a proactive approach to meeting deadlines with limited supervision in a complex multi-tasking environment.


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Communications Advisor for Life and Peace Institute in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Deadline: March 29, 2019

The Communications Advisor will be responsible for the effective implementation of LPI’s communications efforts in close collaboration with the Global Communications Advisor (Nairobi, Kenya), the HARP Team Leader, the HARP team and the Ethiopia country manager (all based in Addis Ababa). He/she excels at digital skills, writing, innovative thinking, implementation, and evaluation. He/she is a great networker and communicator. He/she will be quick to learn and enthusiastic. He/she will be based in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

Her/his main tasks will consist of, but are not limited to:

· Drafting, testing and posting digital and offline content including stories, social media posts, emails, annual reports and website updates

· Supporting the implementation of LPI’s global communications calendar

· Graphic design for social media, emails, website and other offline products

· Coordinating photography and videography locally, including editing, filing and posting

· Supporting the posting of and readership analytics for LPI’s flagship bulletin, the Horn of Africa Bulletin

· Supporting the planning and implementation of LPI events taking place in the HoA region, including the HAB Forum

· Supporting implementation of new brand/identity and vetting use


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Strategic Communications Assistant for Seefar (anywhere in the world)

Deadline: March 27, 2019

We are a social enterprise with a mission to work with vulnerable people to build a better future. We specialize in justice, migration and social inclusion. Our expertise is in strategic communications, counseling, consulting, monitoring and evaluation, and research.

This role demands someone who is smart, intrinsically motivated, worldly and interested in hard challenges. Seefar has a track record of delivering strategic communications projects in Africa, Europe, the Middle East and Asia on migration, human trafficking and violent extremism issues. Our strategic communications team is growing and this role will be part of that growth.


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Digital Organizing and Campaigning Director for 350.org (anywhere in the world)

Deadline: April 4, 2019

350.org is looking to recruit an experienced digital campaigning, organizing, mobilizing strategist who is committed to ending the age of fossil fuels. With an extensive background in building and managing teams you will support the development and implementation of savvy and aligned online-offline strategies across campaigning, mobilizing, and organizing in pursuit of global and regional goals. You will work closely with the senior program team and other key digital, organizing, campaigning and communications staff to reach new audiences, provide easy and impactful ways for people to join our movement, and support in-depth organizing with a range of digital tools and tactics.


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Lead Communication Officer for Spark in Tunisia

Deadline: March 28, 2019

The Communications Officer will focus on producing and editing quality content for a range of SPARK communication channels, including the SPARK website, social media presence and newsletter. The candidate must have excellent writing skills in English, Arabic and French, and have the ability to write for different audiences. S/he must have the ability to edit content quickly and to a high standard. The Communications Officer will be responsible for:

Main Tasks and Responsibilities

The responsibilities and tasks include, but are not limited to:

  • Assist in planning and executing communications and digital media strategies;

  • Produce and edit up-to-date written content for the SPARK website;

  • Produce and edit up-to-date content for the SPARK LEAD newsletter;

  • Liaise with local partners to produce success stories for publishing

  • Manage the LEAD social media channels;

  • Design promotion materials, such as posters, banners, flyers, brochures;

  • Assist in promotional video production;

  • Fluency in Arabic, French and English;

  • Proven graphic design skills in Adobe Creative Suite;

  • Journalistic skills: not afraid of picking up the phone and giving someone a call;

  • Social media knowledge and experience are essential;

  • Eligible to work in Tunisia.


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Digital Marketing and Web Development Lead for Action Against Hunger in New York, NY

Deadline: Unclear

You’ll contribute to ending world hunger by leading the digital fundraising strategy and implementation across multiple channels to achieve annual digital fundraising goals. In addition, driving digital marketing acquisition and innovation, and owning website development and administration. 

Key Activities:

  • Create and regularly update an analytics-driven strategy for growing and optimizing Action Against Hunger’s digital fundraising efforts. 

  • Manage the digital fundraising strategy and implementation across multiple channels to achieve annual digital fundraising goals.

  • Maintain and manage functionality and user experience of all web assets, primarily actionagainsthunger.org and custom peer to peer fundraising campaigns.

  • Managing Search Engine Marketing/Optimization of website.

  • Increasing digital acquisition through paid advertising campaigns with budgets of $200-500k.

  • Lead web development strategy and implementation with external vendors.


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Digital Organizer for United Food and Commercial Workers International Union in Washington, DC

Deadline: Unclear

The team seeks an outgoing Digital Organizer to accelerate UFCW’s organizing communications with workers online and in the field. This is an opportunity for an experienced professional to take the lead in building our union’s digital organizing program and further developing strategy to reach and develop relationships with potential members. The ideal candidate for this role will bridge traditional organizing with digital savvy to reach new audiences in innovative ways.

This person will work closely with the content team and field organizers to build and manage relationships with potential members, both online and offline. They will develop communities on priority social media platforms, help manage UFCW’s social media marketing and advocacy campaigns, and increase the union’s digital engagement and influence. The Digital Organizer will also play a key role in building the union’s brand by developing themes and content that convey the stories of our union and its members. Compassion for others and a commitment to supporting working people struggling to have a better life are musts.

The Digital Organizer will work in our Washington DC office.


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James Roh on Photographing Cause Marketing Stories

James Roh on Photographing Cause Marketing Stories