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Change Management Consultant, Infoasaid
Contract type: Freelance, three month contract beginning October 2010
Closing date for applications: 12th October2010
Infoasaid is a DFID funded humanitarian project owned by the BBC World Service Trust and Internews.
Working closely with the Head of Project, the Change Management Consultant will lead on developing and implementing a strategy for building the capacity of aid agencies to better communicate with the disaster-affected populations they serve.
The consultant, with input from project staff and in coordination with humanitarian relief agencies would be expected to:
Devise and coordinate leadership development interventions on integrating communication with disaster-affected populations into standard relief efforts; and
Coordinate bespoke consultations for aid agencies on how to tailor approaches to their own emergency programmes.
Please read the job description
to find out more on the skills, knowledge, experience and competencies required to be successful at this role.
Project Research Officer, Infoasaid
Contract Type: Attachment/Fixed Term
Closing date for applications: 13 October 2010
Director, Afghan Education Projects, BBC World Service Trust
Location: Kabul, Afghanistan
Contract type: 12 months (extendable)
Closing date for applications: Sunday 31st October, 2010
For the last 10 years BBC WST has been working in Afghanistan through the Afghan Education Projects (AEP), the biggest media for development operation in the country and one of BBC WST’s largest projects. AEP employs over 100 full time and nearly 200 part time staff and is run by Afghans for Afghans.
We are looking for a Director to lead AEP, which after sixteen years, is transitioning out of the BBC to become an independent Afghan organisation. AEP will continue to have strong links with the BBC World Service and BBC WST; however it will also be able to work closely with other partners and broadcasters. The Director will lead the Transition Project Plan already underway, as well as manage AEP’s ongoing project portfolio and business strategy.
The BBC World Service Trust is always on the look out for new volunteers. Anybody who wishes to be considered as a volunteer please complete an online application form on the BBC jobs website
- select 'Charitable Work' under specialism. More