Reporting to Country Director, the Communications Officer is responsible for managing communications activities in the country operation both within the organization and to external audiences. The Communications Officer will also be responsible for managing the communication plan and activities in the country. He/she is expected to assist in enhancing the organization’s overall public image in the country. He/she will also provide advice to concerned staff in regards to communications and the RTP brand. The incumbent works closely with program managers and M&E and other staff
Additionally, the Communication Officer will play a key role in proposal development and donor mapping.
In accordance with Right To Play (RTP) approved policies and procedures, the incumbent shall be responsible for the following:
COMPETENCIES / PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES
DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS (An Asset):
Minimum Master’s Degree in Social Sciences / Communications/ public relations/ journalism or any related field.
Minimum 5 years of experience in fundraising, project proposals writing and liaison with
Donors including media relations and developing communication plans and material
If you are interested in applying for this position, please send your resume and cover letter to: email@example.com and kindly mention Communications Officer in the subject line. Please indicate your salary expectations in the cover letter. While we thank all applicants for their interest, only those selected for interviews will be contacted.
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