Data de Expiração: 1 out, 2020
The core of the senior communication analyst role will be to contribute and make sure we deliver a successful communication Learning Journey to the community of partners as well as to contribute in building the liaison between the research and communication campaign processes. You will work with not-for-profit partner organizations to help develop and deploy communication strategies combined with research to realize the potential of forests, land-use, and a just food system to address climate change, benefit people, and protect the environment.
We are looking for a combination of communication, organizational, and community building skills. A successful candidate will ‘roll up her/his sleeves’ to help organize and build this communication network and support its organization to empower transformation on climate. That means we are looking for someone who loves to communicate in person and virtually (video calls and emails) and also loves creating lists, charts, organograms, etc.
In a typical week, under the guidance of a senior manager, you will engage directly with NGOs, communication agencies, research institutes, and other stakeholders to build a community, provide support and best practices and report back on programs. You’ll need to be a great communicator and a natural collaborator to engage partners, with strong skills in presenting information in written and spoken and excellent understanding of how planning and networking solutions can drive impact.
Key responsibilities: Plan for and organize a one year Learning Journey with different communications and environmental stakeholders; plan for, facilitate and organize meetings between the key actor involved in the Research Process and in the Learning Journey
Contribute to project planning, timelines, deadlines (including in using project management tools); support Contract/Grant preparation, contracting, reporting as required; advising on and/or writing institutional comms, campaign, digital, and media strategies and plans – supporting others as needed; contribute in advising on NGO Comms professionals, as well as the philanthropic donors that support them; diligent reporting management, and tracking; plan, operationalize, monitor and promote maintenance of the partner network, building trust through the development of joint codify best practices and learnings; have primary responsibility for work streams, implement complex research assignments and analytical projects as designated by the DB senior manager; contribute to briefing and management deliveries from survey institute, comms agencies and other suppliers; support compliance with the strategic plan and project schedule; monitor actions that have synergy to avoid duplication of communication efforts between partners; perform controls and reports on the activities of the area and the necessary updates weekly. The consultant will ideally bring a combination of: proven track record of being very organized; expertise in working in complex and virtual teams; experience with integrated strategic communications; experience with institutional or NGO communications; proven track record of being a facilitative and with excellent planning skills; fluency in Portuguese and English, both presenting information in written and spoken form; disposition to work generously with colleagues in a high-trust community of peers; positive attitude and collaborative approach to teamwork and problem solving; roll-up-your-sleeves ego-free approach to the work of the organization is a must; creativity – offers new and different options to solve problems or meet client needs; the versatile and adaptable skills necessary to flourish in a fast-paced and wide-ranging environment and work across phone/video, time zones, slack, email, etc; strong analytical capacity, particularly experience with Excel, as well as Google Sheets and an aptitude to learn about other organizational tools. Applicants can send a resume to e-mail: email@example.com