If you can answer yes to most – if not all – of these questions, then you might be the person we are looking for.
Website and Social Media
Manage the IFRC Psychosocial Centre website and Social Media channels and ensure clear linkages with other communication channels of the International Federation of the Red Cross and Crescent (IFRC).
Produce and distribute the IFRC Psychosocial Centre newsletter
Design communication and advocacy campaigns and produce relevant visibility and advocacy material, including reports, infographics, podcasts and videos
Prepare presentations about the work of the IFRC Psychosocial Centre as needed and support Centre director and staff in preparing presentations and speeches
Manage and promote the IFRC Psychosocial Centre visual brand
Manage and/or supervise communication with external contractors such as translators, graphical designers, etc.
Undertake ad hoc tasks as required
You can work independently or with little guidance. You can take the lead in projects, but also lift the daily routine tasks of administrating a website and several social media platforms. You are a team player with strong interpersonal skills, you are service minded and understand that the communications function in the PS Centre is a service provided by the Comms Team to all in the centre with a need for our assistance, whether it is helping to create a cross media campaign or edit a PDF.
The IFRC Reference Centre for Psychosocial Support
The IFRC Reference Centre for Psychosocial Support (PS Centre) assists the Red Cross Red Crescent Movement in facilitating mental health and psychosocial support (MHPSS). The PS Centre promotes mental health and psychosocial well-being for affected groups, staff and volunteers, and increases awareness of psychological reactions in times of crisis or social disruption.
The PS Centre works in partnership with Red Cross and Red Crescent National Societies, academic institutions, donors, international humanitarian organisations and other stakeholders to promote and enable the mental health and psychosocial well-being of people affected by adversity.
Through trainings, publications, webinars, podcasts and training videos, the PS Centre enables National Societies world-wide to understand, respond and utilize evidence-based practice in meeting the mental health and psychosocial needs of vulnerable groups.
Terms and Conditions
The position is 37 hours per week, based in Copenhagen and refers to Head of Global Partnerships – Advocacy – Communication, under the technical guidance of the Senior Communication Officer
Salary and conditions will follow the Red Cross collective agreement with HK and AC. Salary level is between DKK 33,700 and DKK 43,900 including pension contribution depending on experience and qualifications.
How to apply
For more information about the position, contact Senior Communications Officer Jesper Guhle on email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your application and CV should be uploaded to the Danish Red Cross web page www.rodekors.dk/job. Send your letter of motivation in English and upload your CV, after creating a profile. Applications by email will not be accepted. Deadline for application is 4th December 2022
First round of interviews is expected to take place 7th – 9th December 2022.
Expected start date: 1 January / 1 February 2023
01/01-2023 or 01/02-2023
Jesper Guhle, email@example.com
Blegdamsvej 27 2100 København Ø