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Humanitarian Communications Coordinator (100%)
The Humanitarian Communications Coordinator (HCC) leads coordination of CI-wide media work, particularly in support of the CI Secretariat’s humanitarian emergency and advocacy objectives, crises and major events of relevance to CARE, and within the broader context of promoting and supporting CARE’s global vision, mission and the objectives of the CI strategic plan. A priority for the position is the coordination and support of CI-wide media and external communications’ work during humanitarian emergencies, crises and major events in which CARE is involved, including, when necessary, deploying to the field. The HCC works with the CI Emergency Group, CI Secretariat, all CI members, and Country Offices, to develop and implement appropriate CI-wide plans and to improve CI-wide capacity for, and impact of, media and external communications work. The HCC supports the implementation of the global brand and communications strategy to maximise the impact of CARE’s brand and messages worldwide, in coordination with marketing, communications and fundraising colleagues, and manages the CI Secretariat’s global online presence. The HCC has a strong understanding of CARE’s work, policies, and approaches, and uses this as the basis of CARE’s media and external communications work. Reporting to the Head of Global communications, the HCC develops and maintains strong internal relationships across CI and with external networks, including the media, humanitarian community, and other strategic partners. This position requires approximately 25 percent travel.
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Global Fundraising Partnerships, Senior Manager
Location: London, UK (other CARE office locations conisdered)
This new position offers an exciting opportunity to help the CARE confederation reach its important revenue growth goals by supporting CARE members, regions and Country Offices to grow partnership revenue from Institutions, Foundations and Companies. Raising over $600 million annually from partnerships, CARE is already one of the leading recognised partners for development and humanitarian funding and we have seen record growth in the last two years. But we know we can grow faster and in a more sustainable way by developing, sharing and building on best practice; working together across the CARE family and focusing on creating new global partnerships.
Reporting to the Global Director for Public Engagement & Fundraising, this position will sit in the small but effective and well regarded Global Fundraising team and will work closely with CARE programme staff and fundraisers to drive a globally coherent approach which will speed up growth and opportunities.
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Qualified candidates should send a CV and cover letter to CIrecruitment@careinternational.org before September 21.