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We are looking for a Communications project manager, on a permanent contract.
As a member of the Public Engagement department, the Communications project manager will play a crucial role in the planning and implementation of the key projects, including major campaigns. We are searching for a skilled project manager able to coordinate the development of communications tools and campaigns within tight deadlines and budgets.
You analyze and understand the objectives and the target audiences of the projects.
You build communications strategies for key projects and campaigns (choice of media channels, messages, content).
You provide clear briefings to the internal (teams) and external clients (agencies, suppliers).
You set up efficient and realistic planning. You supervise project budgets.
You coordinate resources: organize internal and external resources, ensuring integration, collaboration, cost effectiveness and the highest standard of quality.
You communicate: in collaboration with the Public Engagement team, you oversee the multi-channel external communications related to your projects (above and below the line).
Use the link below to send us your resume and application letter before 19/08/2019.
WWF is an equal opportunity employer and committed to having a diverse workforce.