JOB POST: Communications Officer, Handicap International, USA
Communications Officer – Washington DC – Metropolitan Region
Handicap International (HI) is an international NGO with eight international offices that collectively support programs for people living in disabling situations in some 60 post-conflict or low income countries. The U.S. office, incorporated in 2006, now seeks to establish a Communications Officer tasked with raising HI’s profile in the U.S. in support of HI’s ongoing fundraising and advocacy work. The Officer will stay abreast of HI’s international program work and will be able to develop myriad creative channels for communicating the impact of this work to potential donors and the general public. Overall responsibilities will include press relations, planning and implementing outreach and advocacy events, overseeing HI’s web site and ensuring that web content supports and enhances HI’s fund raising activities. Fluency in French highly desired. Willingness to travel essential. People with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Salary: $30-$35,000+ commensurate with experience. Excellent benefits.
Deadline to apply: September 30, 2008.
Full job description available at www.handicap-international.us.
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Send resume/CV, cover letter and salary history as email attachments to Ed Kenny at email@example.com.
Thank you to Ed Kenny for alerting me to this job opening. The text for this blog post is taken directly from the job announcement at Handicap International’s website.
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