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Communications Coordinator (Web Content and Data)
Position Type: Permanent
Accountable to: Head of Media and Communications
Language(s): Fluency in English; other languages are an asset
Location: Remote; requires daily overlap hours with the Head of Media and Communications who is based in Riga, Latvia
Application Deadline: 21 May, 2023.
Salary: Range $40,000 to $65,000USD.
WHO WE ARE:
Around us, the world is in crisis. Human and planetary security is threatened. Increasing conflicts, rising nationalism, the climate crisis, and threats to women’s rights endure. Systems of exclusions and inequalities have resulted in greater divisions between people and nations. Feminist peacemakers and human rights defenders around the world are rising to the challenges of war, mass displacement and migration, climate change, and threats to gains made in women’s rights over the past decades. There is an urgent need to do more, to be united, and to work in new ways to achieve gender equality, stop violent conflicts, and improve the lives of women and their communities across the globe. Given the scale and scope of the challenges, bold, dynamic and collective approaches are required.
Nobel Women’s Initiative (NWI) is up to the challenge! As women Nobel laureates united in courageous actions with women leading peace around the world, leveraging their collective power to amplify non-violent solutions, defend justice, and champion equality for all.
The Initiative is led by Nobel peace laureates Jody Williams (USA), Shirin Ebadi (Iran), Rigoberta Menchú Tum (Guatemala), Leymah Gbowee (Liberia), and Tawakkol Karman (Yemen), and our Board of Directors and is supported by passionate and skilled staff team.
NWI is in the process of recruiting a Communications Coordinator. This is an exciting time to join the NWI team, as a new communications strategy is being finalized, with a view of transforming how NWI communicates to external audiences. A new organizational strategic framework was also recently adopted at NWI, and the communications strategy will support its realization. NWI underwent a website redesign fairly recently, but significant work on it remains to be done.
The Communications Coordinator is responsible for implementing Nobel Women’s Initiative (NWI) communications plans, projects and priorities across the organization’s website to effectively and creatively promote the work of NWI, the Nobel Peace Prize laureates, women activists and women’s movements. In collaboration with the Head of Media and Communications, the Coordinator contributes to the development and implementation of NWI’s overall communications strategy and design and provides web and digital communications support to NWI communications related projects, meetings and events.
If you are a passionate digital media and web professional and are looking for an opportunity to advance work on women, feminist peace and security, we would value your contributions to our team!
AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY:
Website and database management (55%)
● Lead on content publishing, maintenance and development of NWI’s website and database in NationBuilder.
● Lead on expanding NWI’s use of the website to include its database, newsletter, event registration and other functionalities.
● Responsible for liaising with colleagues, partners and activists for regular content creation for the website.
● Work with the administrative and events teams as needed to provide support through our website for projects and events.
● In collaboration with the Head of Media and Communications, prepare and distribute a quarterly digital newsletter.
● Build and maintain NWI’s database, ensure distribution lists are up to date, data protection and compliance regulations are adhered to, and accessibility measures implemented.
Project Management (20%)
● Manage and implement a wide range of communications projects including websites, print/digital reports, and campaigns.
● In collaboration with program and events teams, develop and deliver external communications plans and strategies for programs such as the Sister-to-Sister Mentorship Program and advocacy and partner events.
Analysis and reporting (20%)
Utilize analytics and tracking tools to assess the effectiveness of our approaches and strategies on the website, newsletter, campaign and advocacy digital outreach methods.
Support the Head of Media and Communications and the Social Media consultant in gathering regular data for monitoring, evaluation and learning purposes, and maintain indicator tracking tools up-to-date.
Supply in-depth analytics for ongoing measurement, evaluation and learning and reporting.
Provide surge support across the communications team as needed.
· Contribute to the development of communications strategies and plans.
Provide administrative and logistical support for NWI projects, meetings and events as needed.
● 3 to 5 years’ experience working on web and digital communications.
● Working knowledge of HTML and website management tools.
● Experience using NationBuilder, WordPress or other website content management system.
● Experience creating and distributing newsletters.
● Experience measuring, analyzing, evaluating and reporting on digital strategies.
● Knowledge of WordPress, MS Office Suite, Google analytics.
● Basic graphic design skills and knowledge of SEO will be an asset.
● Interest in and experience in data management.
● Strong administrative and project management skills.
● Ability to manage competing priorities; flexible and adaptive, able to respond quickly to changing circumstances.
● Ability to work independently with little supervision.
● Solution-oriented, can-do attitude, responsiveness to feedback, ability to come up with new ideas, and willingness to try new, creative approaches and strategies.
● Demonstrated success in building positive relationships, working collaboratively, valuing different viewpoints and communication styles in a politically and culturally diverse environment.
● Commitment to the work and principles of NWI, in particular a passion for women’s rights, building peace, defending justice, championing equality for all, and a belief that organizations and individuals can and will change the world.
OUR WORK ENVIRONMENT AND PRINCIPLES:
NWI values its passionate and skilled global team. At NWI, we put trust in our talented team and are pleased to offer a flexible work environment. We adhere to feminist values. We believe in sharing power, collaborating, self-care and inclusion of all team members. Together we will continue to build a respectful, caring, impactful and productive work environment.
Following are the principles that guide our work:
Power: We are committed to sharing power, to transparent and responsible use of power, to using our own power to amplify the voices of those who are marginalized and to model alternatives to tyranny and patriarchy.
Transparency: We are committed to honesty and communicating with clarity with each other and the vast communities with whom we engage.
Mutual Accountability: We are committed to self-awareness, taking responsibility and mutual accountability through ensuring regular cycles of feedback and support for improving practice.
Radical Love: We are committed to sustaining people, movements and ourselves, practicing care and solidarity in all aspects of NWI’s work internally and in our multiple communities.
Affirmation of Human Rights: We reject all forms of oppression and discrimination. We reject racism, sexism and ableism. We affirm human rights and commit to build our capacity to center diversity, inclusion, compassion and trauma-informed practice in all we do.
Respect: We affirm the knowledge, abilities and relationships that we each bring to the work and seek out the unique insights and perspectives of one another and NWI’s partners.
Solidarity: We seek out opportunities to articulate and progress our common agenda. We show up for one another and our various communities.
JOIN OUR TEAM:
If you want to join us in strengthening feminist efforts to promote nonviolent solutions to war, violence and militarism, we encourage you to submit a short letter of interest along with your resume to: [email protected] Please use the subject line ‘Communications Coordinator” when submitting your resume.
NWI is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity and inclusion. We believe in equality and diversity of race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity, national origin and disability. NWI encourages and welcomes applications from members of racialized communities, Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities, persons of diverse sexual orientations and gender identities, and with the skills/knowledge to productively engage with diverse communities. We are committed to a selection process and work environment that is barrier free. If you need any accommodations or adjustments throughout the interview process and beyond, please indicate this in your application.
We sincerely thank all those who express interest and apply, but only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
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