OSCE/OECD (Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development) cerca un responsabile delle relazioni con i media e la comunicazione per la sua sede centrale di Parigi. Scadenza per le candidature: 20 aprile 2013.
OECD (Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development) is an equal opportunity employer and we encourage all qualified candidates to apply.
The OECD is a unique forum where the governments of 34 market democracies work together to address the economic, social and governance challenges of the globalising world economy, and create better policies for better lives.
Working under the supervision of the Head of Media of the Directorate for Public Affairs and Communications, and as a key member of the media team, you will be asked to promote and explain the work of the OECD to the media and the wider public and generate media coverage across a broad range of channels – traditional, multimedia, social media etc. You will have a proven capacity to synthesise complex economic information and to make it accessible to a wide range of non-specialist audiences and to communicate analytical results to media in compelling ways.
You will have strong communication analytical skills and a strategic sense, especially concerning the role of the Organisation in a changing world. You will also have an excellent understanding of the OECD’s work as well as a sound knowledge and experience with the major media, both written and online. It is essential that you have proven experience working in an international media organisation or in a publication relations/public affairs environment, preferably with exposure to economic reporting.
Please note that this position requires fluency in one of the two OECD official languages (English or French) and a good working knowledge of the other. Knowledge of other languages would be an advantage.
The specific job requirements are available on the OECD recruitment website (reference 8616).
Applications in English or French from OECD member country nationals should be submitted online by 20 April 2013, before midnight Paris time.