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For jobs in Wales and the South West of England visit the South West International Development Network (SWIDN) website.

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ELRHA - Communications Officer - £25,000- £27,000 (2 years) - Full Time - Cardiff.

Closing Date: 10 December 2017

Elrha is looking for a highly experienced Communications Officer who is ready to apply their expertise and develop their skills further within a fast-paced and creative team.

Elrha is a leading actor in the humanitarian system dedicated to improving outcomes by enabling and supporting research, innovation and partnership that address today’s most pressing humanitarian challenges. We fund and support research and innovation projects around the world and work closely with humanitarian organisations, the international research community, the private sector and other actors engaged in research and innovation.

This post requires an individual looking for a challenging role, who is ready to take on this exciting and varied opportunity supporting a busy and ambitious team. You will be particularly skilled at maintaining an effective online presence for an organisation including; maintaining and updating websites using content management systems, creating images and supporting the production of other multimedia content, producing mailings and using a range of social media tools, with proven ability to tailor communications to target different audiences.

The successful candidate will have substantial experience working in a communications role with considerable experience in planning, delivering and evaluating communications projects, ideally within the third/charity sector. Knowledge of the humanitarian community would be desirable but most of all we’re looking for someone passionate about this role.

More info here

International Learning Opportunities - Professional Development Placement Opportunity

If you’re a manager or leader, permanently employed within the Welsh public and voluntary sector, ILO offers the opportunity to spend 8 weeks in sub-Saharan Africa working on development projects designed to enhance your leadership skills.

This is a very different leadership programme which stretches and challenges participants; taking you out of your comfort zone and allowing you to work more creatively and resourcefully.

The ILO programme is funded by Welsh Government’s Wales for Africa programme. As placements are designed to enhance your leadership skills, your employer would be expected to continue to fund your salary costs for the duration of the placement.

For more information visit the Academi Wales website