Medecins Sans Frontieres/ Doctors Without Borders (MSF)
Job Description / Responsibility
- Production of content on MSF’s operations, primarily for Bangladeshi audiences.
- Direct production to increase the visibility of MSF and knowledge of the organization for a Bangladesh audience
- Identify stories and produce digital content in Bangla and in English for MSF Bangla-desh’s Facebook and other social media accounts, working with the Field Communica-tions Manager (FCM) and Communications Advisors (CAs)
- Under the guidance of the FCM and CAs, produce stories and content for an interna-tional audience
- Identify audio-visual material to support MSF’s key messaging in Bangladesh, using this to produce institutional evergreen content for periodic use on social media channels
- Monitoring and analysis
- Daily monitoring of messages spread via social media, particularly messages relating to NGOs, the Rohingya and MSF
- Analysis of those messages to provide operations and communications staff with a good understanding of perceptions of MSF and other NGOs on the ground
- Alerting operations, FCM and CAs to social media activity that could impact or harm MSF’s reputation, staff, patients or projects
- Advising on the appropriate action needed to respond to the above
- Working with CAs, FCM and operational staff to correct misrepresentations of MSF on social media
- Regular reporting on the performance of the MSF Facebook page, general trends and moderation issues
- Social media and online communications
- Proposing and shaping MSF’s proactive social media strategy, in line with the overall country comms strategy
- Ensure a social media component to all communications packages prepared by the mission
- Creating social media content that contributes to a better understanding and ac-ceptance of MSF’s mission, principles and work in-country
- Train MSF staff on how to use social media and to respect the MSF social media guidelines, in collaboration with Field Communications Officer (FCO) and FCM
- Community management
- Work with FCM/FCO to grow and manage the Bangladeshi (local and diaspora) digital community
- Act as the focal point for crisis social media monitoring concerning Bangladesh
- Provide out-of-hours social media monitoring in cases of emergency
- Essential: Degree in Journalism, Communications or related university degree.
- At least 2 year(s)
- At least 2 years of professional experience in social media management and com-munity building, or as a reporter
- Experience using social media for an NGO is an asset
- Experience developing digital strategies
- Experience working in an international or humanitarian organization (particularly MSF) is an asset
- Strong understanding of Bangladeshi/Rohingya context
- Excellent command of Bangla and English, both spoken and written
- Ability to communicate in Chittagonian dialect desirable
- Good storytelling skills: drafting, taking pictures and video
- Command of editing programmes such as Photoshop and Adobe Premiere is an asset
- Salary and benefits according to MSF salary structure and a multicultural work environment. 48 working hours per week.
Online Job Posting
with the position you are applying for and your name clearly written on the front of the envelope to:
MSF OCA Cox’s Bazar Office: Simon Pink Pearl Building (L3), Behind Muhammadia Guest House, Kolatali, Cox’s Bazar.
Email to: firstname.lastname@example.org with subject (FIELD COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER) stating the position you are applying for and your name.
Applicant must enclose his/her Photograph with CV.
Application Deadline : Mar 30, 2018
Medecins Sans Frontieres/ Doctors Without Borders (MSF)Address : MSF-OCA, House-102, Road-13/C, Block-E, Banani, Dhaka-1213Business : Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) is an international medical humanitarian organization working in many countries worldwide. MSF has been working in Bangladesh since 1992. MSF was awarded the prestigious `Nobel Peace Prize` in 1999 for its pioneering humanitarian activities since 1971 in several continents.