Communication Officer FR/ANG

Recruteur
UNIQUE
Région
IXELLES
Publication
lundi 11 février 2019
Date limite
lundi 11 mars 2019
Réf
13C6F2UNQ-BE
Contact
Unique Brussel Arts Office
Niveau d'expérience
2 à 5 ans d'expérience
Type de contrat
CDD
Temps de travail
Temps plein

Lobbyng Office



Job Description

The Interim Communications Officer’s primary responsibility is to support the implementation of the communication strategy 2018-2020 with a focus on the development of corporate publications, video productions and generation of digital content.

The Interim Communications Officer reports directly to the Head of Communications.

This position will involve:

  • Develop corporate publications such as corporate brochures, country fact sheets, posters and other print material in collaboration with external suppliers.
  • Support the Communication Officer with the generation of content (e.g. success stories, interviews, articles, etc) for press releases, newsletters and online channels.
  • Coordinate audio-visual projects such as corporate videos in collaboration with external suppliers.
  • Upload scientific publications, provided by the COST Actions, on the website, management of the final action publication library.
  • Promote events to defined target groups (establishment of partnerships, communication and logistics of events, administrative follow up).
  • Supervise proactively marketing gift stock. Upon request, supply external stakeholders with material.
  • Support the Communication Officer in updating the website and managing social media channels.
  • Realisation of corporate and multimedia presentations for management.
  • Coordinate agencies, freelancers and other suppliers and handle the administration related to the above-mentioned responsibilities (purchase orders, invoices, etc.).
  • Fulfilling other responsibilities and tasks as necessary for the good organisation of the office, as mandated by the Head of Communications.



Job Requirements

Candidates should demonstrate the following competencies:

Education & Experience

  • Master’s Degree preferably in Journalism, Marketing, Communications and/or Public Relations.
  • Recognised minimum 3 years’ experience in communication, preferably in a science or European Affairs based environment.
  • A strong added value is the knowledge of the European Research and Innovation policy, landscape and agenda. Familiarity with national research structures, institutions and stakeholders.
  • High standard of spoken and written English, knowledge of other European languages appreciated.
Specific Competencies
  • Proven and demonstrable experience of drafting, editing and producing texts, articles and publications, ideally corporate publications.
  • Excellent oral and writing, grammar and editing skills. Attention to detail.
  • Proven and demonstrable competencies with social media platforms (such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube), etc.
  • Good working knowledge of MS Office systems and web 2.0 tools; and preferably desktop publishing software (Adobe Illustrator, InDesign and Photoshop).
Other Competencies
  • Service-oriented attitude with strong sense of purpose and drive to make a meaningful contribution to the mission.
  • Excellent organisational skills, continuous commitment to efficiency and accountability.
  • Good inter-personal skills and communication skills within a multi-national context, including diplomacy, discretion and confidentiality.
  • Demonstrated ability to balance multiple tasks and work well independently and collaboratively.
  • Flexibility and adaptability to the changing environment.
  • Positive, initiative taking and get it done attitude.



Salary and Benefits

We offer you a challenge in an international environment where confidentiality, professionalism and commitment are very important values. As part of a dynamic team, you will be responsible for a significant number of tasks. We provide a fixed salary and other extra-legal advantages.

Start date :asap

Finish date :end of September 2019

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