[DevJobsIndo] GGGI vacancy : Communications Coordinator

Communications Coordinator
 
Job title    : Communications
Coordinator
Location   : Jakarta,
Indonesia
Salary       : Competitive
Start date : 1st
January 2016
End date  : 31st December 2016 (with
possibility of extension)
Full-time/part-time: Full time
 

Background

The
Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) seeks to hire a full-time Communications
Coordinator to support the team in their Jakarta office.
 
GGGI
is an international organization founded in June 2010. GGGI is
dedicated to pioneering and diffusing a new model of economic growth, known as
“green growth”. This simultaneously targets key aspects of economic
performance, such as poverty reduction, job creation, social inclusion and those
of environmental sustainability such as mitigation of climate change and
security of access to clean water. GGGI’s approach is particularly suited to
developing countries because it starts from broad-based progress in living
standards and growth.
Since 2013, GGGI has worked in close
collaboration with the Government of Indonesia in the GoI-GGGI Green Growth
Program (GGP).
 
The
Jakarta office is offering a position to a qualified individual within a varied
and dynamic team, who will form an integral part of the national and
sub national program. The Communications Coordinator
will primarily manage the production and
dissemination of a broad range of communications materials and support or
coordinate events for the GoI-GGGI Green Growth Program.
 

Role overview

The
communications officer will manage the production and dissemination of a broad
range of communications materials and support or coordinate events for the
GoI-GGGI Green Growth Program (the GGP) to ensure GGP knowledge products is
effectively used by a variety of stakeholders at national and subnational level
and GGGI is recognized as a trusted advisor of GoI.
Material
will be published and distributed in Indonesian and English for domestic and
international audiences, including through the websites of GGGI and BAPPENAS. A
number of technical documents produced in earlier phases of the program will be
packaged into appropriate knowledge products and circulated to a wider
audience.
 

Key responsibilities

1.      
Lead and coordinate internal processes
related to publishing non-technical, summary documents and media products in a          way that generates impact and effectively contributes to the outcomes of the
GGP.
2.      
Manage, coordinate and disseminate
information through GGGI’s website as well as the BAPPENAS website.
3.      
Elevate
GGGI’s branding at national and sub-national levels and position GGGI as GoI’s
trusted advisor.
4.      
Identify
opportunities for news stories about GGGI, the GGP, and green growth and
coordinate the development of stories.
5.      
Produce materials for GGP workshops and other
events.
6.      
Ensure that GGGI’s standards and guidelines
for communications products are met in all publications, communications          materials
and media, and events
7.      
Work closely with Indonesia technical team
members at national and sub national level to develop and disseminate          communications products.
8.      
Serve as the key Indonesia focal point to
coordinate with the GGGI-HQ communication team in Seoul and coordinate with          them on messaging, branding, and the quality of all communications products,
including stories about GGGI.
As a member
of a small but diverse program team, the communication coordinator will have
multiple responsibilities and will need to be flexible and responsive to
sometimes rapidly changing needs and tight deadlines.
The job is
expected to start as soon as possible and will continue until at least until 31st
December 2015 with the possibility of extension.
 

Qualifications

·        
University
education, or equivalent professional experience, in communications or a
related field
·        
More than 5
years of relevant professional experience, including a good working knowledge
of printed, visual, and web-      
based media, including traditional and social
media, publishing, and document design
·        
Ability
to work independently with minimal supervision
·        
Highly
organized with a keen eye for detail and the ability to multi-task
·        
Strong
interpersonal skills and the ability to work with multi-cultural teams
·        
Strong

oral and written English, and fluency in Indonesian is essential

·        
Experience
in event organization
·        
Experience
of working in an international organization is a benefit although not
essential
·        
Experience
/ knowledge of environment and sustainability is preferred
 
The
successful candidate will have prior experience supporting multiple cultural
team, work well under pressure and have a flexible approach to working. This is
a great opportunity to be a key part of GGGI’s global team during
this formative phase and beyond.
 
To
submit your application please send your CV with a brief
cover letter to: 
[email protected] by 10th November 2015.
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