SOS Children’s Villages International is hiring a Multimedia Coordinator in Vienna, Austria. The main responsibilities of this position include overseeing all video production. This includes managing video sharing on social channels, editing videos and technical support, developing and managing multimedia content, maintaining a global audio-visual database (DAM system), providing user support, and ensuring that content meets quality standards. The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor´s degree with a focus on Media, Film, Visual Art, or any multimedia related field. Candidate must be able to prove experience and must have an excellent command of verbal and written English; German would be an asset, but it is not required. You must apply for this position before March 20, 2016.
Save the Children is hiring an Education Technical Advisor in Beirut, Lebanon for a 12 month period. The key responsibilities include providing technical leadership to all work in the education sector, developing clear strategic and operational plans, identifying fundraising needs, leading the development of technical proposals, forging strong partnerships with Government, UN, NGO and local civil society counterparts, as well as providing technical support to education teams across four different field locations. The candidate is required to have a Master’s degree in education, development, or any other relevant social science degree. Candidate must be able to prove a minimum of 5 years’ experience in a technical leadership role in education for an NGO, UN agency or any other humanitarian organization. Candidate must be fluent in English, but fluency in written and spoken Arabic is desired. Please apply for this position before April 11, 2016.
Save the Children is hiring a Technical Lead for Children on the Move (COM) and Unaccompanied Children (UAC). This position based in Greece (with 80% travel throughout Balkans) and it will last for the span of 6 months. The main responsibilities of this position include working with all response teams and providing technical support and guidance throughout the development of COM and UAN programming. The candidate will also have a lead role in the development and implementation of the Child Safeguarding system. The candidate is required to have a Master’s degree in Social Work, Human Rights, International Relations or relevant field, or BA with equivalent field experience. Candidate must be able to prove extensive experience of Child Protection programme management in emergency, fragile state or development contexts, experience in designing and managing DFID, ECHO, OFDA and other major donor projects, and at least 3 years of experience in the management of programmes specific to Child Protection in Emergency. A high level of written and spoken English is required. Language skills in written and spoken Arabic is desired. Please apply for this position before March 28, 2016.