Thursday, April 17, 2014

Senior Research Specialist

Deadline: 18 May 2014 - Job Code: 4.3.08
The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) has a vacancy based in Vienna, Austria, for a Senior Research Specialist in its Research Division/Petroleum Studies Department.
Main Responsibilities:
  • Under the supervision of the Department Head, to coordinate and oversee the preparations of Departmental reports, publications, presentations and other output to the Governing Bodies and the general public to ensure accuracy, coherence, consistency, clarity of message as well as the timeliness of production, in liaison with other Departments.
  • To contribute to the analyses and forecasts on short-term developments in the world economy and the international oil markets and reports on the findings.
  • To draft and review departmental reports, publications and other output related to the oil market to ensure accuracy, coherence, consistency and clarity of message.
  • To identify, collect and maintain data and information relating to the areas of work.
  • University degree in Economics or related subject; advanced degree preferred
  • 12 years  of work experience; 10 years in case of advanced degree
Skills and Knowledge:
  • Research coordination
  • Knowledge of the economics, structure and operation of the international oil industry
  • Knowledge of oil market mechanisms and developments
  • Excellent level of oral and written communication skills in English is essential
  • Communication skills
  • Analytical skills
  • Presentation skills
  • Interpersonal skills
  • Customer service orientation
  • Initiative and integrity
  • Proficiency in written and spoken English

Commensurate remuneration package i.e. monthly basic salary of €5,904 x 12 per year with tax-free benefits and six-week annual leave.

Applicants should kindly complete the “Application Form” which can be downloaded from our website (www.opec.org) and send it to: 
Finance & Human Resources Department
Helferstorferstrasse 17
A-1010 Vienna – Austria 

Email: recruitment@opec.org

Online applicants should quote “Job Code 4.3.08” in the “Subject” field. An automatic reply will be sent to confirm the successful submission of the documents.
The deadline for receipt of applications is 18 May 2014. Acknowledgements will be sent to short-listed candidates only.

International Organization for Migration Jobs April 2014

Position TitleDuty StationGradeClosing Date
Field Security OfficerManila, PhilippinesP316 April 2014
Project Officer (Reintegration)N’Djamena, ChadP217 April 2014
Migration Health OfficerDhaka, BangladeshP317 April 2014
Associate Policy Officer
(Department of Operations and Emergencies (DOE))
Geneva, SwitzerlandP218 April 2014
Project Officer (Psychosocial)N’Djamena, ChadP221 April 2014
Grants Manager (Rapid Response Fund)Khartoum, SudanP222 April 2014
Human Resources Policy OfficerGeneva, SwitzerlandP428 April 2014
Project Officer (Shelter)Tacloban, PhilippinesP228 April 2014
Project Officer (Shelter)Roxas City, PhilippinesP228 April 2014
Resource Management Officer (Finance)Addis Ababa, EthiopiaP129 April 2014
Head of Sub-OfficeTacloban, PhilippinesP330 April 2014
Information Management OfficerTacloban, PhilippinesP230 April 2014
Operations OfficerAddis Ababa, EthiopiaP230 April 2014
Call for CVs/Applications
Position TitleDuty StationGradeClosing Date
Project Officer (Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR))Yangon, MyanmarOfficial, Ungraded*14 April 2014
Support to Development of the Immigration and Asylum System
in Bosnia and Herzegovina – Phase II
 Consultancy16 April 2014

Humanitarian Hub Managers

I. Position InformationPosition title
Duty station Humanitarian Hub Managers
Various duty stations, South SudanJob family:
Organizational unit: Operations
Camp Coordination and Camp Management (CCCM) Reporting directly to Head of Sub-Offices and the Programme Manager on technical issues Overall supervision by Chief of Mission
II. Organizational Context and ScopeThis management position is in response to the emergency crisis currently ongoing where other agencies and IOM have lost adequate working and living accommodations. IOM is the sole provider of management for co-location of humanitarian actors within United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) compound in Bentiu, Malakal, and Bor, South Sudan. Timely and intervention at targeted sites throughout South Sudan are in need of construction of Humanitarian Hubs.
Under the overall supervision of the Chief of Mission in Juba, the direct supervision on day to day basis of the Head of Sub-Offices and the Programme Manager on technical issues, the successful candidate will be responsible for the management of the overall Humanitarian Hub at site. III. Responsibilities and Accountabilities 1. Coordinate with partners and agencies regarding the development and needs within the Humanitarian Hub;
  1. Ensure the Humanitarian Hub has adequate facilities and the compound is functioning;
  2. Coordinates repairs, maintenance, and installation of infrastructure both conventional and temporary installations;
  3. Monitor and assist with cost recovery, provide the necessary coordination with the invoices received as required;
  4. Supervise and monitor contractor work to agreed specifications;
  5. Contribute in making strategic recommendations and developing plans to achieve objectives;
  6. Review proposals for additional requests for space and ensure best practices for space standards within the Humanitarian Hub;
  7. Management of resources and participates in the budget/spending plans;
  8. Prepare regular progress reports to share with the relevant and intended parties
  9. Coordinating the hiring and supervising of personnel for maintenance purposes – including housekeepers, electricians, plumbers, daily laborer’s etc;
  10. Raise Purchase Requests in coordination with head of office and logistics for materials to maintain or improve the Humanitarian Hub.
  11. Perform such other duties as may be required or assigned by the Supervisor, Head of Sub-offices and/or Chief of Mission. IV. Competencies The incumbent is expected to demonstrate the following technical and behavioural competencies Behavioural
a) takes responsibility and manages constructive criticism; b) works effectively with all clients and stakeholders; c) promotes continuous learning; communicates clearly; d) takes initiative and drives high levels of performance management; e) plans work, anticipates risks and sets goals within area of responsibility; f) displays mastery of subject matter; g) contributes to a collegial team environment; h) incorporates gender-related needs, perspectives, and concerns, and promotes equal gender participation; i) displays awareness of relevant technological solutions; j) works with internal and external stakeholders to meet resource needs of IOM. k) Ability to work effectively and harmoniously with colleagues from varied cultures and professional backgroundsTechnical
a) Delivers on set objectives in hardship situations
b) Effectively coordinates actions with other implementing partners
c) Works effectively with local authorities, stakeholders, beneficiaries, and the broader community to advance country office or regional objectives Emergency and Crisis
a) works effectively in high-pressure, rapidly changing environments; b) coordinates actions with emergency response actors and making use of coordination structures; c)supports adequate levels of information sharing between internal units, cluster partners, IOM and other emergency response actors; d) establishes and maintains effective relationships with implementing partners; e) makes correct decisions rapidly based on available information. e) Ability to work under extreme pressure in difficult conditions while maintaining security awareness. g) Understanding of complex social-political environments.
V. Education and Experiencea) Completed Master’s university degree from an accredited academic institution preferably in Political or Social Sciences, International Relations, Business Administration, Law or alternatively an equivalent combination of relevant training and experience; b) Two years of relevant professional experience (or four years for candidates with a first level university degree) of field experience in project implementation in post conflict or transitional situations; experience working for a UN agency, International Organizations or NGOs is preferred; c)Previous related experience in South Sudan field operations is an advantage; d)Project implementation and supervision experience at the field level required; e)Experience in coordinating with managing other programme units and ability to establish and maintain working relations with government counterparts, UN agencies; f) Experience working with National NGO partners to build their capacity to influence the development of civil society in South Sudan; g)Knowledge and experience of UNDSS procedures an advantage
VI. LanguagesThorough knowledge of English. Knowledge of Arabic an advantage.
How to apply:
Interested candidates are required to submit a letter of motivation and curriculum vitae with the position clearly indicated on the subject line to ****vss@iom.int****

Program Officer, Natural Resource Rights

Overview of AJWS
Inspired by the Jewish commitment to justice, American Jewish World Service (AJWS) works to realize human rights and end poverty in the developing world. AJWS advances the health and rights of women, girls and LGBT people; promotes recovery from conflict, disasters and oppression; and defends access to food, land and livelihoods. AJWS pursues lasting change by supporting grassroots and global human rights organizations in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean and by mobilizing supporters in the U.S. to advocate for global justice. Working together, the AJWS community strives to build a more just and equitable world.
AJWS’s international programs division works to build civil society in select countries in Africa, the Americas and Asia by supporting non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and community-based organizations (CBOs) that are advancing human rights. AJWS partners with organizations that work on three critical issues:
Natural Resource Rights: Defending the Right to Food, Land and Livelihoods
AJWS supports organizations that advocate for the rights of rural, indigenous and poor communities who are displaced from their land or prevented from earning a living because of mining, dams and other development that threaten their way of life.
Sexual Health and Rights: Advancing the Rights of Women, Girls and Sexual Minorities
AJWS works to increase access to services and end discrimination, violence and abuse of women, girls, LGBTI people and sex workers, so that they can access the full spectrum of opportunities in society and live in health, safety and dignity.
Civil and Political Rights: Promoting Recovery from Conflict and Oppression
AJWS supports communities to recover from conflict and oppression, speak out against injustice and create vibrant, peaceful, societies that respect the rights of all citizens.
AJWS seeks a talented and experienced grantmaker to work in one of its three critical thematic areas. The program officer manages a dynamic grants portfolio in the Natural Resource Rights issue area, coordinates capacity-building and programmatic opportunities for grantees, and engages in strategic learning and evaluation in order to document AJWS’s impact and to improve grantmaking strategies Kenya, Uganda, and Liberia. S/he collaborates closely with country consultants and the Director of the Natural Resource Rights department to shape AJWS’s work and to raise its visibility with key stakeholders. The program officer seeks strategic opportunities for partnership and collaboration that leverage AJWS’s grantmaking and promote the work of grantees, develops initiatives that advance AJWS and grantees’ work, and contributes to funder affinity groups and networks to deepen knowledge in the field. S/he also works as part of a closely knit international programs division and with other AJWS programs, including development, communications, advocacy, campaigns and experiential education.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
  • Develop, implement, monitor and evaluate grantmaking strategies in Kenya, Uganda and Liberia in collaboration with the Director of Natural Resource Rights, staff and consultants;
  • Advance AJWS’s grantmaking program in Natural Resource Rights by identifying new grantees, developing proposals, supporting grantees with technical assistance and access to opportunities, and refining grantmaking strategies based on learning and evaluation;
  • Identify and deepen relationships with collegial donors, civil society organizations, activists, policymakers and other allies;
  • Manages AJWS country consultants in Kenya, Uganda, and Liberia, and work closely with them to recommend new grants, build grantee capacity, and monitor and evaluate country grantmaking strategies;
  • Monitor Natural Resource Rights grantmaking budget and operational plans in conjunction with the Program Director;
  • Work with in-country and external stakeholders to conduct evaluations, provide technical assistance, facilitate peer exchanges, and respond to crises and emergencies in support of grantees;
  • Identify emerging issues and trends and utilize findings to determine funding priorities and develop grantmaking strategies and initiatives;
  • Collaborate with grantmaking colleagues to identify and analyze global trends and document lessons learned;
  • Organize and conduct two to three trips to the region per year for exploratory research, site visits, partner meetings, and monitoring and evaluation;
  • Increase AJWS’s visibility and profile by presenting AJWS’s work to donors, collegial organizations, networks and policymakers, and by working closely with AJWS’s communications department;
  • Collaborate with members of the national programs division to ensure a close integration of the priorities of AJWS’s grantees with AJWS’s domestic advocacy and national action campaigns; and
  • Partner with development staff to manage relationships, write reports and fulfill other contractual obligations of donors that are supporting AJWS's work; cultivate and engage individual donors by speaking at fundraising and advocacy events.
  • BA/BS required; Masters degree strongly preferred;
  • Three to five years of experience working at a foundation, international development or human rights organization in the field of natural resource rights, economic justice, sustainable development, transparency and accountability, and/or climate change;
  • Demonstrated issue area expertise in one or more of the following fields: natural resource rights, economic justice, sustainable development, transparency and accountability, and/or climate change;
  • Demonstrated experience with, and commitment to, grassroots social justice and human rights movements;
  • Excellent analytical and writing skills; experience writing or reviewing grant proposals; strong public speaking and presentation skills;
  • Strategic planning or other organizational development skills strongly preferred;
  • Proficiency in reading, writing and speaking English required; ability to speak Kiswahili highly desirable;
  • Minimum of two years’ experience living and/or working in the Global South;
  • Expertise in human rights law, norms and practices, global development theory and grassroots social movement building;
  • Knowledge of current political, social and economic trends in the region;
  • Proficiency analyzing, monitoring and evaluating budgets;
  • Staff management experience preferred;
  • Enthusiastic about spending 6-9 weeks per year traveling internationally, either with colleagues or alone;
  • Willingness to work occasional evenings and weekends;
  • Team player and flexible about the challenges of working in a fast-paced environment with shifting priorities;
  • Highly organized, with the proven ability to work independently, prioritize and complete multiple projects, meet deadlines and maintain consistent attention to detail; and
  • Ability to work in and with diverse communities.
How to apply:
For immediate consideration, please forward your resume and cover letter and two writing samples toopportunities@ajws.org and indicate your name and “Program Officer, Natural Resource Rights" in the subject line. Applications submitted without a personalized cover letter will not be considered.
Applications are due by May 16th.
We thank you for your interest in career opportunities with AJWS. Due to high volume, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
AJWS is an equal opportunity employer and provides competitive salaries and benefits

Ervaren Projectadviseur

Ervaren projectadviseur eerstelijnszorg asielzoekers

Gezondheidscentrum Asielzoekers (GC A) is een landelijk werkend gezondheidscentrum dat ervoor zorgt dat goede huisartsenzorg voor alle asielzoekers altijd dichtbij en toegankelijk is. Het primaire zorgproces staat centraal in alles wat we doen.

Wil jij hier als projectadviseur zorg een bijdrage aan leveren?

In de zorg aan asielzoekers draagt de stafafdeling zorg ertoe bij dat zorgverleners toegankelijke en kwalitatief hoogwaardige zorg kunnen leveren en dat nieuwe concepten en ideeën tot ontwikkeling komen. De afdeling toetst de effecten van de GC A-koers in de praktijk. Bovendien heeft zij kennis van trends/ontwikkelingen in de zorg- en vluchtelingenketen en de geldende gezondheidswetgeving en kan hieraan nieuwe trajecten toetsen.

Op de stafafdeling zorg zijn drie projectadviseurs werkzaam. Wegens groei van de organisatie zoeken we uitbreiding. De adviseurs werken nauw samen met de klachtenfunctionaris en de projectadviseur kwaliteit. De huisartsenadviespool en het kwaliteitslab ondersteunen de afdeling vanuit de praktijk.

Als projectadviseur zorg ondersteun en adviseer je de GCA teams op locatie, de Praktijklijn (24/7 medisch callcenter) en de manager zorg. Je bent een generalist die projectmatig zelfstandig initiatieven kan initiëren en leiden. De taken vinden plaats in een dynamische omgeving met diverse stakeholders. Gelijktijdig wordt aan meerdere projecten gewerkt, waarin aandacht is voor ontwikkeling, implementatie en evaluatie. De projecten dragen bij aan de kwaliteit van zorg aan asielzoekers en zijn wisselend in aard, omvang en niveau.

Je beschikt over een HBO/academisch werk-en denkniveau met een voor het werkveld relevante opleiding (bijv. Gezondheidswetenschappen) en hebt minimaal 5 jaar ervaring als projectleider/-adviseur in de zorg. Je hebt aantoonbaar zelfstandige werkervaring met het uitvoeren van een (deel)project. Je beschikt over een uitstekend analytisch vermogen, kijkt met organisatiebrede blik en bent flexibel, creatief, initiatiefrijk en stressbestendig. Je communicatie is buitengewoon helder en je bent in staat om zowel binnen als buiten de organisatie draagvlak te creëren en doortastend op te treden. Je hebt kennis van en ervaring met het begeleiden van veranderingsprocessen in organisaties.

Kandidaten met een uitgebreide ervaring met implementatie van projecten hebben de voorkeur. GC A is in transitie naar zelforganisatie, adviseurs die bij organisaties hebben gewerkt met een soortgelijke transitie hebben een pré.

GC A biedt je een dynamische en uitdagende werkomgeving en aantrekkelijke arbeidsvoorwaarden, waaronder ontwikkelingsmogelijkheden. De functie valt in functiegroep 10 (CAO Gezondheidscentra, min.  € 2.469,55 en max  € 3.694,31). Ons aanbod is een tijdelijk dienstverband van een jaar, voor 32 tot 36 uur per week. Afhankelijk van de duur van de projecten en nieuwe projecten, is er een verlenging van het dienstverband mogelijk. Standplaats is Wageningen.

Meer informatie en solliciteren
Wil je meer weten over GC A, kijk op www.gcasielzoekers.nl.  Voor inhoudelijke vragen over de functie kun je contact opnemen met Mark Raijmakers, manager zorg, tel. 088 11 22 145 (secretariaat), voor vragen over de procedure kun je contact opnemen met de afdeling P&O, 0317 744 073. Stuur je sollicitatie en CV uiterlijk 27 april a.s. naarpo.werving@gcasielzoekers.nl  o.v.v. projectadviseur.

Wash Project Manager

Role and Responsibilities
Lead the WASH team, designing and implementing a programme to provide WASH services to refugees. Assess WASH needs, design projects, write proposals and initiate and effectively manage and report on projects in line with objectives, timeframe and budget. Provide technical support, leadership and strategic direction; meet quality standards in WASH delivery, encourage beneficiary participation, liaise with other stakeholders and manage and train WASH staff.

Full time, contract of 18 - 24 months
detailed vacancy: http://relief.medair.org/nl/jobs/positions/wash-project-manager-sds/

Business Development Manager Institutional Funding

Cordaid gelooft in een wereld zonder armoede en uitsluiting. Daar zetten we ons voor in, met hart en ziel. We streven naar een rechtvaardige en duurzame samenleving waarin ieder mens telt. We staan voor kennis en talenten delen tussen Noord en Zuid, tussen boeren en bedrijfsleven, tussen activisten en beleidsmakers. Waar armoede, conflict en uitsluiting samenlevingen verscheuren, verbinden wij mensen en gemeenschappen. Ook staan we voor professionalisme, expertise en medemenselijkheid over alle grenzen heen, om het verschil te maken waar dat het hardst nodig is.
Hand in hand met ruim 800 gedreven partnerorganisaties in Afrika, Azie, het Midden-Oosten en Latijns-Amerika verbeteren wij structureel de levensomstandigheden van de armste en meest uitgesloten bevolkingsgroepen - de bottom billion. Dat doen we waar natuurrampen toeslaan, waar conflicten gemeenschappen verscheuren en waar onderontwikkeling gezinnen in de greep houdt van extreme armoede. In Nederland presenteren wij ons onder de namen Cordaid, Cordaid Memisa, Cordaid Mensen in Nood, Cordaid Kinderstem, Cordaid Microkrediet en Cordaid Bond zonder Naam.
Voor de Cordaid unit Healthcare zijn we op zoek naar een
Business development Manager Institutional Funding
( 32 uur per week)
Healthcare is het onderdeel van Cordaid dat zich richt op het verbeteren van de kwaliteit en de toegang tot gezondheidszorg in voornamelijk fragiele staten en conflictgebieden. Speciale aandacht gaat daarbij uit naar gezondheid voor vrouwen en het tegengaan van moeder en kind sterfte. Er werken 28 mensen in Den Haag aan projecten in 15 landen in Afrika, Azie en Midden Amerika.
Wat je doet
Je zoekt actief naar mogelijkheden voor tenders en calls op het gebied van gezondheidszorg en maakt ambitieuse en realistische acquisitieplannen om nieuwe programma's binnen te halen. Je analyseert trends, behoeften en belangen van donoren en brengt deze in kaart. Je ontwikkelt, in samenwerking met de programmamanagers, winnende en financieel duurzame voorstellen voor de BU Health. Je fungeert als bidmanager en zorgt dat cv's, trackrecord etc op orde zijn om snel en tijdig te reageren. Je onderhoudt contacten met partners en een aantal donoren contact gericht op acquisitie en een duurzame relatie.
Wie je bent
  • Je hebt kennis van international public health en health economics op WO niveau.
  • Je hebt minimaal 5 jaar relevante ervaring met het ontwikkelen en schrijven van financieel duurzame voorstellen
  • Je hebt relevante (acquisitie) ervaring met donoren als Wereldbank, EU, Global Fund en hun beleid en richtlijnen en in staat Cordaid te vertegenwoordigen bij donoren, overheden etc.
  • Je hebt bij voorkeur ook consultancy ervaring.
  • Je beheerst Engels uitstekend en bij voorkeur ook Frans.
  • Je bent een ondernemende, inventieve persoonlijkheid en denkt in oplossingen, kosten en baten.
  • Je bent voortdurend op zoek naar het creeren van win-win situaties.
  • Je bent resultaatgericht en een uitstekende teamplayer.
  • Je bent in staat en bereidt soms te reizen naar fragiele staten (eventueel voor langere perioden).
Wat wij bieden
  • een verantwoordelijke positie in een professionele organisatie;
  • een afwisselende functie waarbij eigen initiatief wordt gestimuleerd;
  • een wereldwijd opererende organisatie met de nadruk op sociaal ondernemerschap;
  • goede arbeidsvoorwaarden;
  • een bruto maandsalaris van minimaal EU 3273,- tot maximaal EU 4740,- op basis van een 36-urige werkweek, afhankelijk van relevante ervaringsjaren;
  • een functie vooralsnog voor 1 jaar met mogelijkheid voor verlenging, start zo spoedig mogelijk.
Meer informatie
Ben je geinteresseerd in deze functie en voldoe je aan alle gestelde eisen, reageer uiterlijk voor 21 april 2014 door middel van de ''solliciteren'' knop ophttp://www.cordaid.org/nl/over-ons/werken-bij-cordaid/vacatures/, t.a.v. Edward de Ruiter, HR adviseur. Een e-assesment kan onderdeel uitmaken van de selectieprocedure.
Voor informatie over de functie kun je bellen met Edward de Ruiter, op tel. 070-3136300 (algemeen nummer Cordaid). Bezoek voor meer informatie over Cordaid onze website: www.cordaid.org
Acquisitie naar aanleiding van deze vacature wordt niet op prijs gesteld

Marketing Communications Specialist (Africa Department)

RNW promotes free speech through independent journalism and the use of new media. We create thought-provoking content for young people around the globe and provide a safe space for them to tell their stories and exchange ideas.
For our new Department of Marketing & Communications we have an immediate opening for a
Marketing Communications Specialist (Africa Department) m/f
for 36 hours per week
vacancy number: 14-011
At the new-style RNW, a new marketing communications specialist post has been created, based on the idea that an integrated content marketing approach is vital to cementing our relationship with our young target audience. The editor of our Africa Department and the marketing communications (M&C) specialist (Africa) will work together. The editor will focus on high-quality journalistic content and facilitating dialogue, while M&C will concentrate on generating reach and impact. These two matters are of equal importance. Because RNW’s target audience is young (aged 15-30) the M&C Specialist is required to have expertise in a target-group-oriented approach, and a thorough knowledge of the channels needed to establish and maintain a relationship with the target audience.
Tasks and responsibilities
As a marketing communications specialist you establish market description. You conduct target audience analysis: what is need-to-know and what is nice-to-know, which media channels and media brands are used. You identify opportunities by developing new concepts or special campaigns. You also develop policy on portfolio in local markets aimed at reaching and engaging the primary target audience of young adults. You put the social media strategy into practice and set up and execute online campaigns. You will promote new and existing products by acquisition of clients (reach) and by increasing time on the site and/or listening time. We also expect you to increase the number of returning visitors and interaction (build and maintain audience engagement) with the focus on creating both super-users and brand ambassadors. We expect you to develop communication campaigns for the branding, acquisition and maintenance of new and existing concepts. You will do public relations. As an M&C specialist you cooperate closely with the editorial staff (region and/or theme) by integrating content and marketing, identifying topics, advising on approach to target audience (tone of voice / look and feel) and developing new concepts.
The new marketing communications specialist will report to the marketing manager.
• Five years’ experience as a marketing communications specialist;
• University level education (HBO/WO in the Netherlands or equivalent);
• Fluent English and French;
• Knowledge of the Dutch language is an advantage;
• Thorough knowledge of the African region;
• Thoroughly at home online;
• Creative, enterprising, inventive;
• Confident personality, empathetic.
We offer
The appointment will initially be made for one year. The terms and conditions for broadcasting personnel apply. The position falls within salary scale G of the collective labour agreement for broadcasting personnel. The initial salary depends on education, age and experience.
For more information about the position, call Karin Zoetemeyer, Marketing Manager  + 31 (0) 6-81957401. More information about RNW at www.rnw.org.
To apply, please complete the application form at:http://corporate.rnw.nl/english/work-at-rnw , and upload your CV and letter of application before 28 April 2014. The interviews will take place in week 18 and in week 19.
Please no commercial enquiries in response to this announcement.

Partner Marketeer (Africa Department) m/f

RNW promotes free speech through independent journalism and the use of new media. We create thought-provoking content for young people around the globe and provide a safe space for them to tell their stories and exchange ideas.
For our new Department of Marketing & Communications we have an immediate opening for a
Partner Marketeer (Africa Department) m/f
for 36 hours per week
vacancy number: 14-010
RNW targets young people (aged 15-30) in China, and 17 countries in Latin America, the Arab world and Africa. In these regions, RNW uses a range of media to facilitate young people in forming and expressing their opinions. The facilitation and stimulation of dialogue is the most important driver for RNW as a whole, and thus also for its marketing. The aim is to establish and maintain a relationship with young people. To achieve this, partner marketing is essential. Because a major aspect of their activities is editorial, the Partner Marketeers are members of the editorial staff. A commercial perspective, consistent branding and clarity in communication are crucial to the Partner Marketeers work.
Tasks and responsibilities
As a Partner Marketeer you will establish, manage and build on partnerships with local media and/or other parties or platforms, increase reach to young people with content and increase interaction with young people through collaboration with partners and respond optimally to locally topical issues; focus on creating both super-users and brand ambassadors. We expect you to exchange content with local partners, co-create with partners and identify opportunities by developing new partnerships or setting up special campaigns. You will promote programmes, websites, social media and other media formats produced by RNW and ensure partners apply branding correctly – local branding as well as the RNW branding. Twice a year you will organise an event in each country with special attention to B2B approach, B2C approach and the generation of local PR. The partner marketeer of RNW establishes cooperation with leading universities, generates additional funding or income and conducts acquisition, via advertising and/or sponsoring, or the establishment of commercial partnerships
 The Partner Marketeer will report to the editor of the Africa Department.

• 5 years’ working experience;
• University level education (HBO in the Netherlands or equivalent);
• Fluent English and French;
• Knowledge of the Dutch language is an advantage;
• Thorough knowledge of the African region;
• Thorough knowledge of the local market: media, NGO’s, corporate world;
• networker/enterprising/commercial;
• affinity with marketing, communication and branding;
• confident personality with strong relationship skills.
We offer
The appointment will initially be made for one year. The terms and conditions for broadcasting personnel apply. The position falls within salary scale G (€ 2.450,00 - € 3.740,00) of the collective labour agreement for broadcasting personnel. The initial salary depends on education, age and experience.
For more information about the position, call Karin Zoetemeyer, Marketing Manager  + 31 (0) 6-81957401 More information about RNW at www.rnw.org.
To apply, please complete the application form at:http://corporate.rnw.nl/english/work-at-rnw  , and upload your CV and letter of application before 28 April 2014. . The interviews will take place in week 18 and in week 19.
Please no commercial enquiries in response to this announcement.

Project Manager (0,56ft)

(Dit is een gerectificeerde advertentie, 15 april 2014)
Het Nederlands Albert Schweitzer Fonds is op zoek naar een enthousiaste
Project Manager
20 uur per week (0,56ft)
Stichting Nederlands Albert Schweitzer Fonds (NASF) verstrekt startsubsidies, door middel van een directe microgift, aan kleinschalige, lokale gezondheidszorgprojecten in Sub-Sahara Afrika. Albert Schweitzer - Nobelprijswinnaar voor de vrede 1952 - is vooral. bekend geworden omdat hij begin 20ste eeuw het Lambarene ziekenhuis in Gabon heeft gebouwd. Het NASF draagt ook het gedachtegoed van Schweitzer uit: 'eerbied voor het leven'.
Het NASF is een kleine organisatie: betrokkenen werken met enthousiasme, inzet en flexibiliteit Naast een vrijwillig bestuur zijn er twee parttime stafleden, verder: stagiair(e)s en vrijwilligers.
In deze veelzijdige en actieve functie ben je de centrale figuur binnen de organisatie, de motor achter een Goed Doel dat zich in een concurrerende omgeving wil profileren op een eigentijdse, professionele en effectieve wijze. Je taken zijn zowel consoliderend als vernieuwend.
Belangrijkste werkzaamheden:
  • Eerste contactpersoon voor het bestuur, voorbereiding van bestuursvergaderingen.
  • Coordinatie van het secretariaat, de medewerker projectsteun en de vrijwilligers, incl. werving en selectie daarvan.
  • Verantwoordelijk voor externe contacten (sponsors, subsidiegevers, overige werkrelaties).
  • Permanente aandacht voor beleidsstrategie en actie op het gebied van projectsteun, marketing, communicatie en fondsenwerving.
  • Verantwoordelijk voor website, digitale nieuwsbrief, sociale media, persberichten, jaarverslag en het donateurs Magazine.
  • Organisatie van de jaarlijkse Albert Schweitzer Prijs.
  • Bij voorkeur academisch geschoold;
  • Minimaal 5 jaar aantoonbare relevante werkervaring in een vergelijkbare functie;
  • Commerciele vaardigheid op het gebied van marketing/communicatie en fondsenwerving;
  • Creativiteit en initierend, concrete activiteiten kunnen ontwikkelen en uitvoeren;
  • Ervaring met het werken binnen een kleine organisatie met beperkte capaciteit;
  • Redactionele, creatieve (vormgeving) en technische (software, CMS, CRM) vaardigheden op het gebied van print, nieuwsbrieven, website en sociale media;
  • Taalvaardig in woord en geschrift, in Nederlands en Engels. Frans is een pre
Verdere steekwoorden die bij je passen: uitstekende planner, weet van aanpakken, multitasker, organisatietalent en resultaat gericht. Je bent bevlogen, flexibel en doortastend en werkt pro-actief. Je kunt anderen motiveren, prioriteiten stellen en zelfstandig werken. Je bent stressbestendig en hebt aantoonbare affiniteit met en kennis van de charitatieve 'markt'.
Wat biedt het Nederlands Albert Schweitzer Fonds
  • Enthousiaste en gedreven collega's.
  • Ontwikkelingswerk met inhoud en een goed doel.
  • Kans tot verbreding van kennis en ervaring op het gebied van ontwikkelingssamenwerking.
  • Een organisatie waar Respect bovenaan staat.
Het betreft een functie voor 20 uur per week (0,56 ft) met ingang van 1 juli 2014, aanvankelijk in een arbeidsovereenkomst voor een jaar. Salaris in overleg afhankelijk van opleiding en ervaring. Uitgangspunt is schaal 8 CAO Welzijn en Maatschappelijke Dienstverlening. Reiskosten worden vergoed.
Solliciteren en informatie
Sollicitatiebrieven met CV van gegadigden die in het profiel passen, ontvangen we graag uiterlijk 23 april 2014 via email: info@nasf.nl t.a.v. Dhr.drs. F. Hiddema, voorzitter Nederlands Albert Schweitzer Fonds. Maandag 19 mei 2014 staat gereserveerd voor de eerste gespreksrondes.
Voor meer informatie kun je een email (voorkeur) sturen aan Mw. Lotti Atherton vialotti.atherton@nasf.nl of bellen naar tel. 030 8801499 (dinsdag en donderdag). Voor meer informatie over het NASF kijk op www.nasf.nl.
S.v.p geen acquisitie n.a.v. deze advertentie.

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