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To learn more about ODI, visit their website (odi.org). Our mission is to mobilize individuals to address issues of inequality and injustice. We create ideas with societal and environmental impact through research, collaboration, and advocacy.
The Job Description
The need for creative responses to the global challenges we confront as a community has never been stronger, and at the center of our work are research, convening, and influence.
An integral part of ODI’s Public Affairs and Communications (PAC) team, the Communications and Events Manager is in charge of coming up with innovative communications strategies and executing an entertaining events schedule to pique the interest of key audiences in ODI’s research and analysis.
- Hub in London, UK, for the Overseas Development Institute, offering hybrid work options in the UK
- Annual salary range: £45,000 to £57,000
- The deadline is July 12, 2023.
- Contract Contract Hours
- Continuous Work Schedule
- Form of Listing
- Position Open
This position is crucial to ensure that the finest of ODI’s analysis is used to inform decision-making at the most significant international forums, such as the World Economic Forum Annual Meetings in Davos and the COP summits. To ensuring that the organization’s strategic aims are converted into creative and effective campaigns, you will play a pivotal role as the head of a communications team that spans multiple institutes.
Essential duties consist primarily of:
Coordinating with a diverse group of forward-thinking donors and strategic allies on a thrilling assignment to highlight pressing problems like gender equality and global warming.
Creating communication plans and strategies for high-priority initiatives in keeping with ODI’s overall goals.
Managing the public affairs and communications staff to meet tight deadlines and leading ODI’s convening plan, which includes events and the Think Change podcast.
Helping to ensure the smooth running of important events at global conferences.
Working together with the Public Affairs and Communications management team, you will be responsible for supervising the Events Assistant Apprentice and the communications professionals integrated in ODI’s programs.
What you get is:
Proven ability to develop and implement public relations and communications strategies, with a solid understanding of integrated communications planning.
a history of successfully executing elite events, preferably on a national and worldwide scale.
A strong interest in bringing together different points of view in various settings.
Write creatively for any audience, from writing viral content to formal correspondence with government officials.
How to Apply for the Communications and Events Manager – Public Affairs and Communications job in London?
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