MCIC — Inter-Council Network — Communications Specialist
The Manitoba Council for International Cooperation (MCIC), on behalf of the Inter-Council Network (ICN), is seeking a qualified bilingual individual to join an exciting new initiative in the role of Communications Specialist.
MCIC, on behalf of the ICN, is launching an innovation initiative named FIT - Fund for Innovation and Transformation/Fond pour l’innovation et la transformation, to test innovative solutions to development challenges. Its purpose is to advance the effective use of and learn from innovative solutions that will improve the lives, equality and empowerment of women and girls, their families and communities in the Global South.
Reporting to the Director of Innovation, Fund for Innovation and Transformation (FIT) and working closely with the FIT team, the Communications Specialist will be responsible for implementing communication strategies for the FIT program to internal and external stakeholders and to the public. This position will also work with the Program Officer, Gender & Public Engagement to support FIT’s public engagement activities.
This is a full-time, bilingual position based in Winnipeg, Manitoba for a term of up to five (5) years. Some domestic and international travel may be required.
Open until filled
Canadian Council for International Cooperation — Media and Communications Officer
The Canadian Council for International Cooperation (CCIC) is seeking a bilingual Media and Communications Specialist.
Please note that this is a unionized position and that full professional competence is required in both of Canada’s official languages.
CCIC is Canada’s national coalition of international development and humanitarian organizations working to achieve sustainable human development. Their members come from across Canada and represent the wide diversity of actors in the international cooperation sector, from faith-based and secular groups to labour unions, cooperatives and professional associations. CCIC seeks to end global poverty and to promote social justice and human dignity for all. They play a critical role in ensuring that Canadian international cooperation organizations work in a catalytic and strategic way to create and enhance the conditions for ambitious Canadian investments in global development cooperation.
The Media and Communications Officer is the primary contact point for media and manages all elements of CCIC’s public communication in both official languages.
Deadline for applications is April 7, 2019
Canadian Lutheran World Relief — Communications Specialist
Inspired by God’s love for humanity, Canadian Lutheran World Relief (CLWR) challenges the causes and responds to the consequences of human suffering and poverty. CLWR offers competitive salary and benefits packages, a positive work environment, and excellent learning and growth opportunities while helping others in need.
The Communications Specialist is a key member of the Community Relations team. Under the direction of the Communications Manager, this role provides communication expertise to the Community Relations department in achieving its fundraising targets and implementing its strategic priorities.
This role is primarily responsible for creating stories and other internal and external communication materials under the direction of the Communications Manager. The Communications Specialist will be responsible for implementing the communications strategy and overseeing its daily administration. This position will provide content for, and support, the development of various digital and print channels, including CLWR’s website, email and print newsletters, social media and donor impact reports.
Deadline for applications is March 31, 2019
World Renew — Country Consultant, Tanzania
World Renew, an agency of the Christian Reformed Church in North America, is looking to hire a Tanzania Country Consultant.
The Tanzania Country Consultant is responsible for leading, managing, representing and setting the overall direction of World Renew’s strategy, partnerships and programs in Tanzania, and for high-level representation to the government, donors and alliances.
Deadline for applications is March 24, 2019
Cuso International is a development organization that works to reduce poverty and inequality through the efforts of highly skilled volunteers, collaborative partnerships and compassionate donors.
Cuso International envisions a world where all people are able to realize their potential, develop their skills and participate fully in society. They believe in the power of people, value diversity and take responsibility for their actions and proactively demonstrate that they work with and on behalf of others. Cuso International works in developing countries across the world. They currently have programs in eighteen countries.
Uniterra is a leading Canadian international volunteer cooperation and development program, jointly implemented by the Centre for International Studies and Cooperation and World University Service of Canada.
Uniterra contributes to improving the socio-economic conditions of poor and marginalized communities in 14 countries and with over 200 partners in Africa, Asia and the Americas through the exchange of expertise and knowledge of Canadian and international volunteers. Below are some of the positions they have available.
Please note: Applications are reviewed on an ongoing basis and these positions will remain open until filled. For the most up-to-date opportunities, visit Uniterra.ca