Qualification Degree : Completion of secondary education is required; Bachelor’s degree/Master’s Degree in Communications, Journalism, International Relations or a related field would be desirable but i
Salary : Negotiable
: NGO / INGO / Social work
Nature : Full Time
Completion of secondary education is required; Bachelor’s degree/Master’s Degree in Communications, Journalism, International Relations or a related field would be desirable but it is not a requirement.
5 years of progressively relevant experience in communications, public relations and administration;
At least one year of experience in the field of communication for non-profit organizations and/or companies, including analyzing results is highly desirable. This should include professional experience with social media channels, particularly Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook, including knowledge of monitoring tools;
At least one year of professional experience in writing and editing outstanding social media content, blogs and media products is highly desirable;
Knowledge of digital payments, financial inclusion and/or international development is is highly desirable;
Awareness of social media communication behaviors in emerging and developing countries is desirable;
Experience in the usage of computers and office software packages (MS Word, Excel, etc.);
Experience in handling of web-based management systems;
Experience working in a multi-cultural environment is desirable.
Fluency in English and national language of the duty station. Other official language of the UN will be desirable;
Excellent writing and editing skills in English.
Created by the General Assembly in 1966 to promote economic development, UNCDF began focusing the world’s least developed countries in 1974.
For the next twenty years UNCDF financed stand-alone capital infrastructure -- roads, bridges, irrigation schemes -- mostly in Africa. It received about $40 million in core funding per year and operated out of UNDP country offices.
In the mid-1990s UNCDF began to focus to the role local governments could play in planning, financing and maintaining capital investments. Promoting effective infrastructure investment and service delivery via decentralized public financial management has been UNCDF’s mainstay ever since. UNCDF’s other major area of expertise – microfinance – also dates to the mid-1990s, when many of its rural development project had credit components.
NGO / INGO / Social Work
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