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Protection Specialist for Sierra Leone
Location: Freetown, Sierra Leone
Job Purpose: The role of the Protection Specialist is to provide oversight to World Hope’s prevention and protection programming in West Africa, with a concentration on Sierra Leone. The role may include occasional travel to Liberia. The person ideal for this role will be energetic about providing advice on best practices regarding survivor care and implementing projects. They will represent World Hope at coordination meetings, at the local level, national level, and at times, international level. They will support report writing for international donors and also support a multi-disciplinary team on applying for new funding opportunities.
Main Duties and Responsibilities
- Liaising closely with the international Anti-Trafficking and GBV team of World Hope International;
- Provide oversight of project managers to ensure results are achieved;
- Work in close collaboration with Sierra Leone protection team;
- Work to grow the program, by coordinating and communicating with Sierra Leone-based and International donors and partners.
- Collaborate with project managers within the protection department
- Collaborate with the business development team in designing programming and writing proposals
Application deadline: November 10, 2021
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Current Opportunities: Communications & Marketing (MARCOM) Winter 2021 Internships – Application Deadline March 15, 2021
World Hope International (WHI)’s Communications & Marketing (MARCOM) Department is responsible for promoting the activities and initiatives of the global alliance across more than 20 countries to local, national, and international audiences.
WHI’s MARCOM covers advertising, public relations, social media and email, design, publications, website and IT, multimedia, and branding. It also provides oversight and input to all MARCOM related aspects of the Development Department, Grants, Human Resources, Programs, Events & Conferences, etc.
We are looking for self-motivated, detail-oriented individuals who enjoy interacting with people in-person and digitally as well as building connections; who are able to perform well under time-constraints; and have a passion for one or more of the core focus areas of WHI and a love of learning.
PUBLIC RELATIONS INTERN
The PR Intern must be good at maintaining deadlines, developing relationships with media and press, and have concise and compelling writing skills.
EDITORIAL COMMUNICATIONS INTERN
The Editorial Communications intern must have a good grasp on writing and/or editing, be able to think about the same content from multiple perspectives, have a strong sense of creativity and organisation skills, and have a capacity for strong research.
The Multimedia intern should love media in its many forms and have particular experience in professional video production and multimedia content creation and delivery, familiarity with non – linear video editing (e.g. Adobe Premiere), and image processing (e.g. Adobe Photoshop).
We are always looking for volunteers who are willing to use their varied skills in short-term or longer-term service alongside our team around the world.
Current Opportunities: None
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to discover both short-term, long-term, domestic, and overseas volunteer service opportunities.
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Please note that in the unlikely event a specific appeal becomes overfunded, surplus funds will be redirected towards a similar relief or community development project.