Traži se regionalni Communications Officer
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WWF Danube-Carpathian Programme is seeking to recruit a dynamic and enthusiastic
Regional Communications Officer
(full-time, based in Sofia, Bulgaria)
The position will support the promoting of WWF-DCPO, its work, activities and priorities, particularly at regional level and to international/regional media, partners and the WWF network.
The Regional Communications Officer will report to the Regional Head of Communications and will be based in Sofia, Bulgaria.
Your duties will include:
• Supports the development, coordination and management of communication activities in selected regional-level projects
• Prepares WWF-DCPO regional communications materials
• Supports regional-level communications campaigns
• Coordinates and manages the communication activities in regional projects
• Provides input to development and implementation of regional communications/marketing strategies
• Supports regional campaigns, e.g. with drafting publicity materials, crisis communications, relations with subcontractors
• Provides input to regional communications event calendar
• Prepares and produces WWF-DCPO regional communications materials, including e.g. annual report, presentation and promotional materials such as fact sheets, brochures, structure and content of websites, videos and photo albums
• Drafts selected press releases and other press communications, including for events such as press conferences and press tours linked to the communications activities in regional projects
• Monitors and evaluates media coverage resulting from the communications activities in regional projects
• Supports the maintenance of a database of journalists and media contacts at regional and international levels
• Develops, produces, distributes and promotes a regular e-bulletin covering WWF-DCPO news, activities and related issues from the CEE region
• Creates content for the WWF DCP website, the Danube+ website and the websites of WWF regional projects
• Creates content for WWF DCP social media pages – Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, etc.
We expect from you:
• Ambition, energy and drive, with a commitment to making a difference
• A team player, committed to building a strong team and sharing success with colleagues
• A creative and very pro-active attitude and personality with an ability to work independently
• University degree in marketing, PR, communications/journalism, humanities or related fields
• Relevant experience - at least 3 - 5 years experience in journalism, public relations, marketing or related fields, with an emphasis in developing and producing publications and other communications outputs, branding, campaign design and implementation, development and implementation of communications/marketing strategies, social media campaigns
• Fluency in English, oral and written; excellent creative writing skills in English, aimed at a wide audience
• Ability to meet deadlines strictly
• Ability to collect, analyze and transmit information
• Computer literacy and experience with website management
• Commitment to WWF’s mission and priorities
• Experience with the issues and priorities of WWF, including e.g. environment and nature conservation, and work for an environmental organisation is an advantage but not a necessity
• Ability to work in an international environment and within a multi-cultural team
We are offering:
• Contributing to challenging activities in one of Europe’s most exciting eco-regions
• Friendly and highly professional working atmosphere in an international context
• Varying tasks and independent work style
• A pleasant working atmosphere and great learning environment
• Salary according to NGO standards
If you are interested in joining the global WWF family, email your application documents including your CV and cover letter (in English) to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.
Application deadline: 25 July 2014.
Please understand that we can only reply to short-listed candidates. For more information on the WWF- DCP, kindly check the website: www.panda.org/dcpo