JOB TITLE AND ORGANISATION
Advocacy Communications Manager (Maternity Cover), WaterAid
UK, South Africa, Nigeria
Sunday, October 2, 2022
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UK-based £38,065 - £40,052
SA-based 1,336,257 - 1,505,245 ZAR
Nigeria-based 21,285,694 - 24,163,624 NGN
Full Time, Hybrid Working
In this role, you will play a key role in translating core policy messaging into compelling advocacy communications materials and harnessing strategic channels to effectively influence decision-makers at international, regional and country levels.
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Role and Responsibilities
Ensure we have strong and effective communications at the heart of our two global advocacy campaigns focusing on Hygiene and Health and Water and Climate Change.
Inspire colleagues with your creativity and innovation - whilst remaining ruthlessly strategic ensuring that every piece of content has a defined purpose and audience.
Convene a global group of key communications leads from across our country, regional and member teams on a regular basis to plan, coordinate and monitor the delivery of advocacy communications in support of the global priority campaigns.
Contribute global advocacy communications plans into wider organisational strategic communications planning and activities.
Brief and work closely with internal and external stakeholders on the delivery of creative and strategic communications materials.
Experience, Skills and Qualifications
To be successful, you'll need:
Experience of designing compelling campaign messages and communications across a range of channels, including ability to translate complex issues into simple messages that non-expert audiences can understand and act on.
Track record of delivering successful communication plans at global and national level across both low-income and high-income country contexts to achieve campaign objectives.
A strategic, innovative and creative thinker with the ability to design simple communications that have impact.
Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to successfully manage complex and sensitive organisational relationships to achieve cross-organisational, collectively agreed goals.
A university degree or equivalent work experience.
Ability to travel.
Commitment to WaterAid's values and a working style that reflects these.
Desirable but non-essential skills:
Proficiency in another language preferably French or Portuguese.
Experience of delivering communications work in Africa, Asia and/or Pacific country contexts.
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