Oxfam International cerca un coordinatore per la campagna di comunicazione “Rights in Crisis” che dovrà lavorare in stretto coordinamento con diverse sedi di Oxfam partecipanti alla campagna. Contratto a tempo indeterminato, candidature entro l’11 aprile 2013.
Title: Humanitarian Campaign Coordinator
Location: Oxford, UK
Salary: £31,061 per annum
Closing date: Thursday 11th April 2013 at 24:00 (GMT)
Interviews will be taking place during w/c 15th April 2013
This post is responsible for the day-to-day coordination and communications of the Rights in Crisis Campaign (RiC) across Oxfam International. The post works closely with members of the OI Rights in Crisis Campaign Management Team and staff from the various Oxfams and country teams working on different aspects of the campaign. The post-holder will report to and support the Head of the Rights in Crisis Campaign; develop and maintain effective internal communication mechanisms; and will service the Oxfam International Rights in Crisis Project Group.
Day to day support to the head of the campaign in the coordination of the Oxfam International Rights in Crisis Campaign, monitoring implementation and, where appropriate, recommending and implementing any necessary correction;
Ensuring procedures are followed and consultation is adequate for appropriate and accountable decisions;
Support to the head of the campaign in monitoring all aspects of the campaign’s progress against the agreed strategy and trouble-shooting and problem-solving, as appropriate. This may involve active support or project management of campaign areas that are not functioning well, as determined by the head of the campaign;
Maintenance of the global strategic and operational plans and calendar for the campaign;
Preparation of key planning documents including the updating of strategies and the monitoring of reports;
Coordinating the OI Rights in Crisis Campaign Management Team including organizing meetings, the drafting of agendas, preparation of minutes, organisation of conference calls and email sign-ons;
Maintenance and improvement of effective internal and external communications systems on the campaign, including content maintenance of the website and intranet; regular contact with key Oxfam campaign leaders, maintaining lists of Rights in Crisis local, regional and affiliate leads and project managers; and, coordination of inputs to a monthly RiC update;
Delivery of campaign projects as agreed;
Lead on the organization of monitoring and evaluation for the whole of the Rights in Crisis Campaign;
Responsible for the (preparation) management and monitoring of the OI RIC Campaign Budget, including preparation of regular financial reports;
Contribute advice to the Rights in Crisis Campaign Management Team on the strategic direction for the Rights in Crisis campaign and projects;
Project manage the development and implementation of campaign plans and activities within the RiC operational plan as needed.
Key Working Relationships
Head of Humanitarian Campaigning;
Deputy Director of Campaigns and Advocacy;
Humanitarian Media Officer;
Humanitarian campaign, advocacy and media staff in OI offices;
Humanitarian campaign, advocacy and media officers in affiliates;
Country based humanitarian campaign and advocacy staff;
Advocacy and Campaign Associate based in Brussels.
Essential Skills – skills of a high order are required in the following areas:
Strong project management skills;
Excellent written and oral communication skills;
Knowledge of systems for effective communications and knowledge management;
Proven liaison and networking skills, especially the management of personal relationships;
Strong team player, and the ability to work alone;
Strong campaign experience;
Effective skills in administrative systems to deliver complex projects;
Understanding of distance management, cultural diversity and gender equality;
Sound computer skills, especially in communications management.
Leadership skills and the capacity to motivate others;
Initiative and a capacity to work as a member of a team;
Receptiveness to new ideas and a capacity to analyse those of practical value;
Capacity and willingness to be available outside normal business hours;
Capacity and willingness to undertake international travel, possibly at short notice;
Commitment to social justice.
Knowledge of the following are essential:
Communication and information management systems.
Knowledge of the following are desirable:
Issues relevant to the OI Rights in Crisis Campaign;
Media strategies and techniques;
Oxfam International structures and processes;
Candidates must have the legal right to be employed in the UK.
To view the job description and for information on how to apply please go to the Oxfam International Website
Please note: please submit your CV and Covering Letter in one document, applications that do not have a Covering Letter and CV will not be considered.