VOLUNTEER POSITION as Communications Volunteer – Street Child Liberia 351 views


VOLUNTEER POSITION as Communications Volunteer – Street Child Liberia

  • Added Date: Thursday, 24 January 2019
  • Deadline Date: Tuesday, 31 December 2019
  • Organization: Street Child
  • Country: Liberia
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  • Locations: Liberia

    Dates: Very flexible

    Duration: 4-12 weeks

    THE ROLE:

    The focus of Street Child’s work is to provide access to education for vulnerable children living in some of the toughest places in the world. As a Communications Volunteer, you will be capturing stories from the field to create compelling content for the Street Child portfolio that may be published across our own and national media platforms (to see previous Street Child coverage click here). You will also be helping to train our local partners on case study writing and photography, and following a successful review of your placement, we are happy to lend your endorsement and references where needed. Working alongside the local team, your key responsibilities will include but are not limited to:

    • Collecting and consolidating data from the field in the form of case studies, reports, written and visual content for marketing purposes

    • Building the visual media library, including photographs and video footage

    • Providing training to local partners on case study writing, photography and marketing

    • Writing country and programme specific updates and content for Street Child website

    • Liaising with Street Child UK and in-country teams on supply and demand of content

    A fundraising commitment is also required of successful applicants, for which support will be provided by Street Child UK. For those who reach their targets, there is the opportunity to have the costs of your flights covered. Participants will also be invited to a training day in February 2019, with a senior member of our Programmes Team & the Head of Fundraising at Street Child’s Head Office in London.

    QUALIFICATIONS

    • A degree or professional experience in journalism, documentary filmmaking, photojournalism or other relevant subjects

    • A demonstrable ability in communications

    • Experience in photography and your own equipment

    • Excellent communication skills

    • Professional and diligent in presentation and conduct

    • Independent and capable of proactive work plan management with minimal support

    • Flexible, adaptable and able to thrive in a startup environment

    • Thoughtful, resourceful, reflective, and eager to learn

    • Culturally responsive and respectful

    • Keen interest in understanding and contributing to the development sector

    While you must be flexible and willing to adapt to where the need is greatest, you will also have the opportunity to shape your own experience according to your own skills, knowledge and goals.

    TERMS

    The successful applicant must be prepared to live and work in very basic conditions with limited access to electricity, running water and wifi.

    Every intern has to cover their own costs for flights, vaccinations and visa. Once in country there is a fixed daily cost covering accommodation and any work-related travel, ranging between 8€ and 11€, depending on the respective project. A more detailed breakdown of costs and expenses will be provided for those applicants selected for an interview.

    We ask all our international interns to fundraise 1200€.

    Fundraising is an important part of working in the international developmental sector. We see it as an important experience and part of the internship that a Street Child International Intern gets to see and experience this side of daily work in an NGO.

    Our projects are only possible because of the money we fundraise. Asking for a fundraising commitment has proven to be a great way to both make sure that an intern’s time in country leaves a lasting impact and grows awareness of the problems Street Child is working hard to address. To read more about why we ask for a fundraising commitment click here.

    Every successful applicant will work together with one of our experienced fundraising mentors, who will provide all the information and material necessary to reach the fundraising goal as well as accompany and support the intern throughout every step in the fundraising process, while giving valuable insights!

    intvol-eu@street-child.co.uk



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