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Sep 112018
 

Organization: Tearfund
Country: Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, United Republic of Tanzania, Zambia, Zimbabwe
Closing date: 23 Sep 2018

An exciting opening has arisen in our new Southern and East Africa cluster office for an enthusiastic and committed professional.

We are looking for someone with extensive experience in the following areas:

  • Copy writing
  • Editing
  • Filming
  • Photography
  • Media
  • PR
  • Digital

The successful candidate will be responsible for proactively ensuring the supply of stories, information, video, posts and images from countries to enable fundraising, mobilizing prayer and campaigning from Tearfund’s target audience, predominantly in the UK.

Are you a team player? Are you fully conversant in developing digital content for email, websites and social media platforms? Do you enjoy working to deadlines and under pressure?

Then it could be a role for you!

This role will be based in-region: Kenya, Mozambique, Malawi, Tanzania, Zambia, or Zimbabwe. Specific country dependent on the successful candidate.

Competitive salary, dependent on location.

Tearfund is a faith based organisation and applicants must share our statement of faith.

The recruitment process will include specific safeguarding checks

Please note, this role will close as soon as a suitable candidate is found

How to apply:

http://jobs.tearfund.org/tearfund/jobs/vacancy/cluster-communications-officer—southern-and-east-africa-1600/1626/description/

click here for more details and apply to position

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