Facilitate consultations with civil society partners, youth leaders and other electoral stakeholders to identify engaging content for online audiences. This will include developing tailored content to engage marginalized voters including voters with disabilities, women and youth.
Work with IFES to develop a content calendar and production plan for developing campaign content.
Meet with videographers, graphic designers, etc. to support development of videos, graphics and interactive online content.
Support outreach to influencers, celebrities, athletes, etc. to engage them in the campaign.
Support disabled person’s organization to complete activities including accessible voter education and access monitoring.
In partnership with IFES team, support collection of monitoring and evaluation data as needed.
Regularly meet with local partners to support their activities and provide regular progress reports.
Regularly meet with electoral stakeholders and donors as needed to facilitate coordination, provide updates, etc.
Bachelor’s degree in international relations, political science, sociology, or a related field.
Experience supporting international development programming. Experience supporting programming related to democracy, governance and elections preferred.
10+ years of experience in media, communications, educational work or a related field.
Demonstrated experience with social media platforms, preferably Facebook.
Ability to work independently in a fast paced environment.
Strong oral and written language in English, Tetum and Portuguese
Strong team player and ability to communicate with a wide range of partners