Working
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INBAR

Working at INBAR

Working at INBAR

Positions
Location:Yaoundé, Cameroon
INBAR Department:Global Programme
Report to:TRI Project Coordinator at INBAR Regional Office for Central Africa
Duration:Four weeks. Up to 3500 USD.

The International Bamboo and Rattan Organisation (INBAR) is a multilateral development organisation that promotes environmentally sustainable development using bamboo and rattan. It has 46 Member States. In addition to its Secretariat headquarters in China, INBAR has Regional Offices in Cameroon, Ecuador, Ethiopia, Ghana and India. Cameroon is one of the countries which make up The Restoration Initiative (TRI), a project implemented by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature, the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations and the UN Environment Programme. The objective of the Cameroon TRI project is to support the implementation and scaling up of forest landscape restoration in Cameroon. More information about the project can be found here.
Responsibilities
  • Work closely with the program manager, INBAR communications team, relevant stakeholders and partners to develop a communication plan and strategy
  • Undertake analysis of the INBAR-IUCN TRI project activities, outcome and impacts; its target audiences and current situation.
  • Engage with stakeholders and partners to receive their inputs by organizing stakeholder interviews and/or focus group discussion with key stakeholders
  • Map the existing opportunities and barriers for effective communication
  • Clearly define audience segmentation (target audience): different sectors of audience and level of audience
  • Define strategies to reach different stakeholder (different sectors and different level of audience) and the communication tool, means and channels of dissemination of communication and knowledge products
  • Define a marketing approach to attract new technical and financial partners
  • Develop and propose an implementation plan with clear roadmap for each activity including timeframe and indicators
  • Identify roles and responsibilities for implementing the communication plan and strategy: manpower and budget requirements
  • Develop a monitoring and evaluation framework for the communication plan
  • Work closely with the program manager, INBAR communications team, and other relevant stakeholders and partners to develop a communication plan and strategy
Deliverables
  • A well-elaborated communication plan and strategy document
Requirements
  • Hold a university degree in communication, social sciences, and / or any other area related to communication
  • Have at least five (5) years of professional experience in the field of communication. A good experience in the field of forestry, environment and sustainable development would be a major asset
  • Have a proven experience in the innovation and promotion of new communication approaches and techniques (social media, online communication, etc.)
  • Have competence in the development of communication strategies related to FLR and environmental related projects
  • Have a good knowledge of the media environment of Cameroon
  • Have a perfect command of English and French with proven ability in both speaking and writing in both languages
Application Process

Applications will be accepted until the 15th of February 2020. All applications will be acknowledged, but only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Please send a technical proposal detailing the understanding of the mission, methodology, activities to perform and timeframe, as well as a detail financial proposition with filled Application Form (as attached) by email to: hr@inbar.int and CC: fjmuafor@inbar.int Please use “INBAR Job title — YOUR NAME” as the subject of the e-mail.

 

To learn more about INBAR, please visit our website at www.inbar.int

Location:Manabí, Ecuador
INBAR Department:Oficina Regional de América Latina y el Caribe
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La Organización Internacional del Bambú y el Ratán (INBAR) (por sus siglas en inglés), es una organización internacional  de carácter intergubernamental creada en 1997 con el fin de aumentar los beneficios sociales, económicos y ambientales del bambú y el ratán. Apoya a los países en la identificación y la demostración de formas innovadoras de emplear el bambú y el ratán para el desarrollo económico y la preservación de los entornos, la biodiversidad y la disminución del impacto del cambio climático, reducir la pobreza y facilitar intercambios más justos y ventajosos para los sectores más vulnerables. Actualmente se encuentra conformada por 46 países miembros. INBAR está implementando el proyecto “Apoyo a la construcción sostenible a través de la Escuela Taller de Manabí y el fortalecimiento de la cadena productiva de construcción con bambú”, financiado por la Agencia Española de Cooperación Internacional para el Desarrollo, AECID. En este proyecto se requiere contratar un/a asistente técnico de proyecto con capacidades de gestión, desarrollo de informes y seguimiento del proyecto.
Application Process

Las personas interesadas deberán enviar una Carta de Motivación y su Hoja de Vida al   correo electrónico inbarlac@inbar.int hasta el 23 de febrero de 2020. El correo electrónicodebe indicar en el ASUNTO: Asistente  Técnico.

Debido al número de solicitudes recibidas únicamente se contactará a las personas que cumplan con todos los requerimientos establecidos para la fase técnica y de entrevistas.