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Communication Officer

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1. Overview

Duty station: Hanoi, Vietnam

Grade: NO-A

Contract type: Fixed-term appointment (1 year)

Duration: one-year renewable contract

Organization: ILO/Better Work Vietnam

2. Function

The Communications Officer will lead the development and manage the implementation of a communication strategy of Better Work Vietnam to increase Better Work Vietnam's visibility, promote best practices, share success stories, support stakeholder engagement and help build national ownership of the BWV results.

In addition, the Officer will support the tracking of data and Monitoring and Evaluation of program activities to use in BWV communication materials, events, and reporting.

3. Supervision

The position will work under the direct supervision of the BWV Hanoi office director. The Better Work Programme Manager is the Responsible Chief and the Higher Level Chief.

4. Requirements

* Education: University degree in Communications, Journalism, Public Relations, Media, Marketing, Development, Business, English, or related field.

* Experience

- At least three years of professional experience working in public relations, communications, social media, marketing, donor communications and/or advocacy.

- At least two years of professional experience working for multi-lateral, governmental, or development organization or in the apparel or footwear industry, preferably dealing with issues related to compliance issues or corporate social responsibility.

- Experience in monitoring and evaluation, research and knowledge sharing is an advantage.

Please find the detailed Job Description here.

All applicants must attach a 2-page statement explaining to the selection committee how they meet the required competencies. This document should include a heading for each competency together with justifications based on the applicant's skills and experience. Applicants who do not attach this statement will not be considered for interview.

Better Work, as part of the ILO, values diversity among its staff and welcomes applications from qualified women and men, including those with disabilities.

To apply for this job email your details to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Deadline for submissions: 31 Aug 2019

Please find the file attached to this form.

External candidates must create an account for online application.

Application link: https://career5.successfactors.eu/sfcareer/jobreqcareer?jobId=1549&company=ILO&username= 

 

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