UNESCO: Assoc Programme Specialist: Communication & Information (France)

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Associate Programme Specialist, Communication and Information, UNESCO, Paris, France. Deadline: 8 December 2019.

Under the overall authority of the Assistant Director-General for Communication and Information (ADG/CI) and the direct supervision of the Chief, Executive Office (CI/EO), the incumbent is responsible for providing professional and technical support, research and analysis for the programme management, as well as coordination of the Communication and Information (CI) Sector. Working as part of the global CI team and as member of the Executive Office, the incumbent will assist the Chief, CI/EO in performing the major activities listed below.

To assist Chief, CI/EO in overall coordination activities of the Executive Office, the incumbent will:

  • collect and analyze data, prepare and consolidate briefings in the thematic areas of media  and information literacy, media development, universal access to information and documentary heritage;
  • provide support to Chief CI/EO in facilitating joint action and good working relations between colleagues in the Field and Headquarters, UNESCO Centers, Institutes and networks, Central services, as well as partnerships with Member States, Intergovernmental Organizations, civil society, academia and the private sector;
  • manage and produce correspondence, memos, briefings, speeches, articles, web content, inputs to the UNESCO annual report, etc.

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