***Assignment Network available – this position is open to internal candidates only.***
This assignment network is an in-house networking process to facilitate matching opportunities and people for short-term and low-percentage assignments. We now have a new position available through the assignment network.
Percentage time: 15-50% FTE
Program/Division: Noncommunicable Diseases, Primary Health Care, P&I Division
Location: U.S. (Seattle, WA, Washington, D.C.) or Global (must be able to attend regular meetings during normal US business hours)
Start date: August 22, 2022
End date: December 31, 2022
Scope of Work
The Noncommunicable Disease (NCD) team is seeking a Communications Officer on a temporary basis to work collaboratively with the internal PATH project team and provide communication expertise across PATH’s NCD-related projects.
This person will provide support to an amazing and growing multi-country team. The Communications Officer will work closely with both the global project team at PATH and communications/advocacy members from partner organizations. This person will move projects along that are in process as of August 2022 and take on any additional communications needs to promote NCD projects as needed. The person will also represent the NCD team in PHC and P&I communications meetings and initiatives.
Work closely with the NCD project team and partners to promote PATH’s NCD work via social media, PATH.org articles, peer-reviewed manuscripts, funder newsletters etc.
Ensure communications materials are meeting the needs and requirements of funders and partners.
Provide oversight to junior team members supporting project communication-related activities including delegating, reviewing, and approving materials, and supporting professional development.
Provide technical review and revisions on behalf of PATH for NCD communications and advocacy-related strategy and materials including plans and reports, strategic documents, risk communications, fact sheets, web-based design and content, and social media.
Oversee PATH’s media and external communications relationships and ensure that all media and external communications messages and activities are in-line with PATH and GHSI’s communication policies; review content to ensure it is on-brand, consistent in style, quality, tone of voice, and in compliance with PATH branding.
Advise on engagement activities and materials to align them with best practices and policies for ensuring diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Contribute support/guidance on NCD new business proposals through editing and proofreading.