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Folkekirkens Nødhjælp, Copenhagen
You will be leading a team of 15-16 dedicated programme-, advocacy- and learning advisors with a diverse technical background and competencies all relating to DCA’s International Strategy.
You will guide and influence the fulfilment of the vision for the unit, which is to ensure that development, humanitarian, and advocacy work carried out by DCA and partners is sustainable, of high quality and in accordance with global best practice.
The unit consists of a Programme Team, a Learning Lab Team – each with a team leader – and five global advocacy advisors. The learning lab is functioning as an international business unit with both internal and external consultancies related to blended and digital learning solutions.
Indrykket 14. november
Red Barnet, Copenhagen
Are you an influential leader with a substantial knowledge of children’s development, well-being and resilience in fragile and humanitarian contexts? Do you have an advanced academic background combined with international programmatic experience? Can you manage a team, develop partnerships and raise funds? Do you want to raise the global standard for Mental Health and Psycho-Social Support (MHPSS) for children, youth and their families?
A growing body of international research demonstrates that children globally are exposed to unprecedented rates of violence, abuse, exploitation and neglect – particularly those in crisis, migration and displacement situations. Exposure to critical incidents, to long-term adversity and the failure of adequate child protection and nurturance leads to profound impacts on children’s physical and mental development.
Indrykket 13. november
Do you want to make a difference for people in need by doing what you are best at? Are you motivated by covering the humanitarian crisis taking place where MSF operates, and creating innovative ways to ensure the interest of the media in MSF’s global medical effort? If so, we’ve got the job for you.
As Press Officer, the MSF media coverage of humanitarian crisis is your responsibility. You have excellent knowledge of the Danish media and political arena; and, by using your network and expanding it, you will set the agenda ensuring the interest of the media in our patients’ situation and our work in treating our patients. We are very open to innovative ideas of how to set the agenda, and we hope that you will add new and different angles to make our story relevant for the media.
Indrykket 7. november
As our Communications and Public Affairs Manager, EMEA, you will be responsible to develop the region’s overall communication strategy and plans that drive employee and stakeholder engagement, raise the profile and brand of FMC and preserve and protect the company’s public reputation.
Major Responsibility Areas
- Company Profile/Brand:
- Develop and execute a long-term brand awareness strategy for FMC in key EMEA markets.
- Ensure FMC’s reputation as an ethical, responsible global company is upheld and strengthened through communication strategies, consistent messaging, and stakeholder engagement plans.
- Internal/Employee Communications:
- Promote FMC regional priorities, goals and performance to all internal audiences.
- Provide communication management and support for major in-region activities and campaigns.
Indrykket 26. oktober
The vacancy is an open call for the appointment as soon as possible, or on an agreeable date with the successful candidate.
Aarhus BSS, Aarhus C
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