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Communications Officer (Intern)

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Organization : Asia Regional Management Unit Office (ARMU)
Type : Nonprofits / องค์กรไม่แสวงหาผลกำไร
Date : 7 Feb 2019
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Deadline : 28 / February / 2019

Job Summary and Responsibilities

The primary role of the Communications Intern is to support CARE Asia Regional Office (ARMU) in its internal and external communications, with a focus on impactful communication that serves both to send a message and make a strong call to action. The Communications Intern will be responsible directly (or in support role) for a variety of communication products and information management services which are delivered in a professional and efficient manner.

Duties:

  • Information sharing: Updating office spaces with the latest information including the ARMU landing page and the noticeboards.
  • Promotional materials: create content and layout of creative promotional materials such as leaflets, fact sheets, capacity statements info graphics, creative audio visual information, brochures and communications materials. The individual will be expected to use CARE-licensed online software tools.
  • Website and internet presence: provide up to date information and relevant communications materials to the CARE federation to ensure the visibility of CARE activities and impact in the region. This will include proactive engagement with key information and knowledge platforms such as the CARE Village, Minerva, Wiki and alike. S/he will provide oversight and assistance for content on ARMU primary pages on those CI wide platforms. S/he will also manage content on the ARMU gateway web portal and the ARMU blog,
  • Social media management: building and maintaining the engagement of audience not just within the country but in all ARMU countries. Generate and share relevant information on the ARMU Workplace page and where necessary. 
  • Information management and Rapporteuring: Where necessary, the Communications Intern will be required to support in the logistics management of regional meetings including registration websites as well as rapporteur
  • Photo and Video Documentation: Manage full capture of meetings milestone through quality photography and videography, including final edits and output.

 

Education and Skill Require

  • Fluent in English language both writing and verbal.
  • Final year or early graduated in the major of Communications, Information Management, Social Sciences, or similar;
  • Competent user and promoter of new technology and social media tools in support to communications and information management, e.g. podcasting, blogging, web maintenance, Prezi.
  • High level knowledge of good use of still and video cameras
  • Able to communicate clearly and sensitively; able to develop and present information and communications products for a range of different audiences; able to review and edit reports (in English) and other written documentation for dissemination and publication.
  • Well planned and organized and able and willing to take initiative and be proactive, to think critically and propose different ways of working
  • Works with trustworthiness and integrity and has a clear commitment to CARE’s core values and humanitarian principles
  • Demonstrates awareness and sensitivity to gender and diversity.

    Please submit an application letter along with an updated CV / Port Folio   to tharaporn.asapattanawong@care.org indicating the job title as the subject of your email. Female candidates are encouraged to apply.

     

Contact : tharaporn.asapattanawong@care.org

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