Nations Development Programme (UNDP) is the United Nations' global
development network. They advocate for change and connect
countries to knowledge, experience and resources to help people
build a better life for them. They provide expert advice, training
and grants support to developing countries, with increasing
emphasis on assistance to the least developed countries. They
promote technical and investment cooperation among nations.
and implement strategies for communications and outreach to
promote climate action for increased reach and engagements with
new and strengthen existing partnerships for joint campaigns and
advocacy, in coordination with other UN agencies, CSO partners,
networks and climate change advocates.
strong digital presence for UNDP’s work and advocacy priorities
related to climate change, natural resource management and
disaster management on its own and partners’ digital and social
high-quality documentation of impact stories, best practices from
project locations for disseminations with donors, media, partner
ministries and social media promotions.
media engagements to ensure wider visibility for UNDP’s work on
climate change on national as well as regional channels and
programme teams in developing impactful pitches for resource
mobilization and support the government in preparation of policy
high-quality reporting of results and achievements to donors.
the Head of Communications and the core communications team on
flagship campaigns and advocacy initiatives.
Skills and Experience:
degree in mass communication, marketing, public relations, social
sciences, environmental sciences, development studies or a
years of relevant Work experience:
years of relevant experience at the national or international
level in public relations, communications or advocacy on climate
experience of designing and implementing communications strategy,
community outreach and media engagements, with special focus on
climate change or environmental issues.
experience with a multilateral or international organization is
helpful but not mandatory;
and ability to integrate film, video, audio and photography into
compelling communications will be essential.
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