How to apply
To apply, please download the application documents (which are also available on our website: www.intrac.org). Please send your completed INTRAC job application form, equal opportunities monitoring form, and a cover letter of maximum 500 words, in which you demonstrate your suitability for the role and why INTRAC should employ you, to [email protected]. Please note: only complete applications that arrive on time will be considered. Due to limited resources, INTRAC will only be able to contact candidates that have been selected for interview.
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An exciting opportunity has opened up for the role of Digital Communications and Marketing Officer at INTRAC.
The Digital Communications and Marketing Officer is a key post that focuses on promoting INTRAC’s visibility among its target audiences; developing and maintaining our website and digital channels; and continuously improving our branding and image. Working with the senior management team, you will implement our communications and marketing strategies.
INTRAC has committed itself to enhancing its visibility and impact through new and up-to-date content on our website and social media. This requires a self-driven, dynamic and creative individual wanting to use their skills to strengthen civil society around the world. You will be experienced in communications, be an excellent writer, and be skilled in engaging different audiences with timely content. You will be able to manage the dual nature of this role: strengthening our impact through raising our profile and visibility through digital channels as a leading voice on civil society practice and policy; and marketing INTRAC to key clients and funders.
INTRAC is an independent not-for-profit organisation, dedicated to strengthening the effectiveness of civil society across the world to challenge poverty and inequality, empowering people to gain greater control over their own futures.
In the regions and countries where we work, we seek to strengthen access to sustainable, high quality, transformative capacity development support for civil society, and to influence policy makers, government regulators and funders to improve civil society-related policy, strategy and practice. Our work is funded through a combination of consultancy contracts, training fees, programme and research grant funding.
Through our consultancies and research work we monitor and analyse trends and policies affecting civil society and contribute to joint learning and the development of good practice in the sector. Our partners and clients include all types of civil society organisations (CSOs), from grassroots and activist organisations to large international level NGOs, as well as bilateral and multilateral donors, foundations, policy makers and regulators who support and set the parameters for civil society.
Our work is delivered by a small group of staff and a global pool of INTRAC associates and independent consultants, with in-depth thematic, regional and methodological expertise.
You will work as the digital communications lead at INTRAC. You will work closely with colleagues from across the organisation with a communications or marketing remit to ensure a regular flow of timely, interesting material. This will include convening a regular internal communications working group to coordinate content.
Specific tasks to include:
1. Digital marketing and communications
2. Website and social media management
3. Marketing materials and publications:
4. Internal communications / knowledge and contacts management
5. Other duties
Qualifications, competencies and experience – essential (E) and desirable (D)
Skills and attitudes
Terms and conditions
This position is full-time and the person will be located in INTRAC’s office in Oxford, UK.
Salary will be dependent on qualifications and experience. INTRAC offers a competitive benefits package, including the opportunity to join INTRAC’s pension scheme.
These are as stated in INTRAC’s standard terms and conditions (downloadable from our website).
INTRAC strives to be an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all backgrounds who have the right to live and work in the UK. Applications from professionals in the global south are actively encouraged but you must be eligible to live and work in the UK.