[FoME] Fairfood International: Project Leader Communications Germany

Christoph Dietz christoph.dietz at CAMECO.ORG
Fr Jan 8 13:53:25 CET 2010

Fairfood International is a non-profit campaign and lobby organisation,
which encourages the food and beverage industry to increase the level of
sustainability of its products. In this way, Fairfood contributes to the
fight against hunger and poverty across the globe.

For the front-office in Berlin the Communications department is
currently recruiting a

*Project Manager Communications Germany*

* 36 - 40 hrs*


The Communications Department's main responsibility is to support the
lobby towards brand owners by acting as leverage and to create constant
public awareness of the relationship between mainstream brand products
and global hunger and poverty. The department is led by the Manager
Communications and is responsible for 9 projects: E-campaigning,
Creative Design, Website, Copywriting, Stunts NL, Press & Publicity NL,
External Relations NL, Communications Germany and Communications UK. The
projects are led by eight paid project leaders, each with the help of
two to four project assistants.


As Project Leader Communications Germany you are based at the
front-office in Berlin and you are responsible for the public
introduction of Fairfood International in Germany, as well as for
safeguarding funding for the German projects of Fairfood International.
You are responsible for public support of the lobby towards brand
owners, in cooperation with the Manager Communications and other project
leaders. You’ll be increasing Fairfood’s German network in the field of
ngo’s, potential financiers, the media and other cooperation partners.
In addition, you are responsible for the coordination, realisation and
implementation of a range of online and traditional communication
outings, that support the introduction of Fairfood International in
Germany. As a project leader you manage a team of junior employees and
you report to the Manager Communications. Furthermore, the project
leader contributes to the development of the department’s policy.

*Your competences*

You have a higher education or university degree as well as some years
of experience working in the field of communication. You are experienced
in raising funds for a specific goal, initiative or organisation. You
are a strong, diplomatic communicator. Being an efficient and natural
networker, you know how to get in touch with the wide range of existing
organisations, possible financial partners and media contacts .You take
initiative, are result oriented and able to set priorities. You are a
true pioneer in the sense that you’re experienced in setting up new
initiatives in an unknown environment. You possess excellent verbal and
written communication skills in German as well as English. Obviously,
you have a close affinity with Fairfood’s goals.

*What we offer?*

We offer a versatile position within a young international
organisation. You will have the freedom and opportunities to continue
developing yourself and achieve tangible results. The salary is fixed at
€ 2.280 gross per month, based on a 40 hour working week. You will start
with a training period at our office in Amsterdam.


If you recognize yourself in this outline and have seen your core
qualities detailed above, we would like to meet you. For inquiries
related to the position, please contact Esther Gaarlandt, Manager
Communications: esther.gaarlandt at fairfood.org  or (+31) 6 27 24 27 19.
If interested, please send your CV and supporting letter at the latest
18 January 2010 to Arjen Postma, HR Advisor, arjen.postma at fairfood.org.

First job interviews will be held on 22 January 2010 in Berlin, second
interviews on 27 January 2010 in Amsterdam. Please keep your diary free
on these dates. Internal candidates have preferential treatment. Vacancy
is available to start as soon as possible.
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