Communication executive in Bucureşti

About the position:

The communication staff develops and implements an effective communications strategy based on our target-audience, write, edit, and distribute content, including publications, press releases, website content, annual reports, speeches, and other marketing material that communicates the organization's activities, projects and/or services. She/he will respond to media inquiries, arrange interviews, and act as a spokesperson for the organization,establish effective relationships with journalists, and maintain a media database, seeking opportunities to enhance the visibility of COSI.

 

What will you do?

- Elaborate, implement and maintain the online marketing strategy through COSIs' social media platforms/groups;

- Coordinates all related dissemination/visibility objectives,activities, calendars, dividing roles/tasks among the multicultural team;

- Communicate with the Media partners;

- Design and create all promotional materials;

- Identify opportunities for dissemination and visibility;

- Organize and oversees promotional events;

- Ensure the projects visibility/dissemination indicators are successfully achieved (online and offline);

- Work with and reviews work completed by/with the ESC volunteers on: Facebook and Instagram pages, Youtube channel, ESC HUB group;

- Design and create outcomes/content with the ESC volunteers;

- Implement local/national campaigns, projects, events,workshops and other type of activities;

- Organize mobility projects in Bucharest (all related logistics within the project life cycles);

- Write Erasmus Plus and European Solidarity Corps applications forms, keep contact with partners;

- Provide support to local/foreign volunteers during all related activities;

- Support the volunteers to get integrated within the organisation, the project and the local community;

- Ensure the proper learning process development of ESC volunteers through on-going support and supervision;

 

 

PROFILE (between 23 and 30 years old):

- Conventionally unemployed, opportunity-seeker or voluntary NEETs youngster;

- Available to commit to full duration of the project;

- Proven experience/involvement as active citizens (volunteering, social projects and other involvement);

- Committed to promote Human rights, sense of solidarity and inter-cultural dialogue, volunteering and active citizenship;

- Eager to foster social inclusion, acceptance and tolerance and reduce: stereotypes/prejudices, racism,discrimination, social inequality, poverty;

- Proven previous relevant experience in a communications role (volunteering, education or work);

- Knowledge of publishing software, content managementsystems, and social media platforms;

- Keen to develop personally and professionally within a multicultural environment;

- Motivated to acquire project management/writing, ICT and social media proficiency and events organizing skills;

- Able to impact COSI development and further the community with passion and civic spirit;

- Speaks English (at least conversational level).

 

REWARD:

- Full time job (8 hours/day) for one year;

- Private insurance for the whole period;

- Local transportation - Metro card;

- Weekly mentoring meetings and full support;

- Youthpass certificate;

- On-arrival and mid-term trainings;

- 24 days of paid vacation;

- Many international development opportunities;

- Friendly multi-cultural team, fun atmosphere and a lot of learning.

 

The assistant coordinator is a full time position for one year-duration and the Step by Step project is founded by European Commission through the European Solidarity Corps program.

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Despre companie

COSI is a non-governmental and non-profit entity aiming to promote social integration of disadvantaged youth and young adults, as well as individuals with special needs, by overcoming social exclusion through social, educational and civic complementary, coherent initiatives. Social activities: COSI supports and assists disadvantaged people in Bucharest and the surrounding areas who face critical situations of marginalization, extreme poverty and social exclusion by providing necessary and highly required benefits/services (clothes, food, hygiene articles, school supplies, materials of construction, guidance and counselling, etc.) in order to enhance a dignifying level of life, re-integrate in society and/or educational system through humanitarian aid actions. Civic education: COSI aims to develop awareness among the general population of Romania (especially NEET youth) of important societal factors that are still obstacles to equal rights and non-discrimination values according to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, by promoting: human rights, solidarity, transparency and good governance, participatory democracy, volunteering, active citizenship and inclusion, inter-cultural acceptance and tolerance; and combating racism and xenophobia, discrimination, social inequality, poverty and exclusion of any kind (including rural areas), gender-based inequality through civic/educational activities (events, workshops, seminars, trainings and debates) and raise awareness campaigns (Offline and Online). Our raise-awareness core schedule is based on the UN Days Calendar. Educational initiatives: Nonetheless, COSI is working towards introducing inter-cultural, non-formal education in order to promote critical, open and creative thinking among Romanian youth, develop a sense of belonging to the EU values, through international mobility projects, especially within ErasmusPlus and European Solidarity Corps programs and local initiatives. 

Contact

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