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Path Communications Officer, Vacancies in Tanzania Specific duties and responsibilities include: Develop and implement country-specific communications plans that align with BID and GHS strategies.
Contribute to the broader BID and GHS advocacy and communications strategies through planning, writing, and information design, related to print and online communication products.
Support PATH’s global advocacy and communication agenda and the consistent use of communication messages.
Develop and manage communication materials from concept to completion through research, writing, editing, and proofreading content—e.g. fact sheets, project documentation such as presentations and reports, and web copy.
Liaise with broader BID and GHS communications staff to consistently integrate country-specific messages, updates, and priorities into organizational communication strategies and content (e.g. newsletters, blog posts, etc.)
Engage with other partners and external stakeholders as appropriate.
Work with technical teams to gather content and stories for project, partner and donor communications.
Conduct interviews with project staff and partners, gather photos and other assets from the field and other project events.
Liaise with in-house and external expert reviewers to ensure accuracy and clarity of technical content.
Ensure that PATH quality standards and design norms are met for materials by helping team members comply with established procedures and processes.
Manage outreach to diverse audiences and respond to informational inquiries, including coordination of national and regional media relations.
Liaise with other communications staff at PATH to share information, resources, and lessons learned.
Support and maintain project related knowledge resource center through SharePoint sites, inclusive of all presentations and communication materials, project briefs developed by PATH and its partner organizations.
Bachelor’s degree, plus a minimum of five years of directly related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Experience working in health communication, advocacy, media work, behaviour change communications, and policy development in the realm of public health preferred.
Experience of working with national or state press and media will be highly preferred and prior exposure to working in the development sector, government and/or international organization will be an added advantage.
Demonstrated ability to translate scientific, technical, and implementation evidence for effective communication to donors, policymakers, media and general audiences.
Fluency in English and Swahili, with exceptional written and verbal skills.
Experience in website and social media management.
Exceptional organizational skills and ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously.
Strong self-starter and ability to work independently, but also team-focused with the ability to interact with diverse colleagues, and facilitate strong working relationships between partners.
Demonstrated proactive and creative thinking in identifying communications and outreach opportunities.
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