Media & IEC Manager

Posted By: Society for All Round Development (SARD)

Delhi

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Marketing & Brand

Livelihood/Skills Development

Job Description

Key Responsibilities:

• Media specialist will be responsible for content development for all IEC (information, education, communication) related activities and implementation of the same

• Interface with National, state and District level Print, electronics, and social media platforms

• To Promote and strengthen community development institutions formed under the project, imparting need-based training.

• Able to organise Mass media campaign with variety of stakeholders

• Enabling behaviour change, promoting personal responsibility and accountability across stakeholders to accomplish the project objectives

• Develop a system of regular information dissemination to communities at large and key local level functionaries and resource persons.

• Provide inputs in documentation and dissemination of the best practices in the sector and its dissemination to various stakeholders

• Able to generate Visibility document of the efforts and ensure to showcase in appropriate platforms.


Required Skills and Experience

• Post Graduate degree or equivalent in Mass Communication/ Public relations/ Journalism/ Social Work/ Development studies, etc.

• Minimum three to five years of experience in conducting knowledge management activities and development of IEC strategy.

• Good communication skills

• Knowledge and experience of government systems and procedures would be desirable.

• Knowledge (reading, writing and speaking level) of Hindi, English and Punjabi, fair understanding of Rajasthani and Punjabi language

• Knowledge of different ICT tools.

• Ability to travel to the field location as and when needed



Last date to apply: July 10, 2022

Desired Candidate Profile

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Organization Details

  • Organization Name:Society for All Round Development (SARD)
  • About Organization:Society for All Round Development (SARD) is a non-profit organization established in 1996, which aims to increase the participation of minority and disadvantaged communities in mainstream development processes. SARD’s goal is to empower these groups, particularly women and adolescent girls, by improving their access to quality education and health services; providing vocational training; introducing micro-credit schemes; and promoting environmentally sustainable income generating activities. It’s thrust is to build the organizational and leadership capacities of its stakeholders. SARD takes a holistic and integrated approach to development that favors the sustainability of its programs by providing people access to tools, training and structures them need.