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Chief Communication for Development, (P-5), Maputo

With the general guidance of the Representative, and in close coordination with the Communication Specialist, the incumbent of this post is responsible for the design, management, execution, monitoring and evaluation of a communication for development strategy in support of the country programme and for the conceptualization, planning, execution, monitoring and evaluation of an advocacy and communication strategy to promote respect for children`s and women`s rights, and support UNICEF`s mission in the country. In addition, the incumbent is responsible to foster and support strategic partnerships with a variety of social actors like civil society organizations, opinion leaders, artists, the media and private sector.

Key functions/accountabilities 

  1. Set policy direction for communication for development teams and ensure the communication programme is in line with Country Office and MTSP priorities, CCCs and UN reform
  2. Provide vision, expert advice and assistance to communication for development teams
  3. Provide leadership in the management of operations process and plans of communication for development
  4. Lead and facilitate the development of key partnerships and intersectoral alliances
  5. Provide expert advice on appropriate use of communication and approach for social development, aimed at both individual behavior change and collective action
  6. Builds capacity of the communication for development team
  7. Effectively mobilizes and manages resources

Deadline for submission of proposals – 24 September 2018.

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