[FoME] Contract offer: Trainer/Consultant on Media Self-Regulation (f/m/d)

Patrick Benning patrick.benning at dw.com
Do Apr 29 16:56:18 CEST 2021

DW Akademie invites an independent expert trainer/consultant to join us under a framework contract and help implement a long-term project in the field of Media Self-Regulation, Media Policies and Governance in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.
           Location: Remote work a possibility; Germany/EU-based preferred
   Time commitment: Flexible, 2-3 days per month on average for 12   months, with the possibility of extending.
   Application Deadline: May 15, 2021 
  DW Akademie is Germany's leading organization for international media development, and Deutsche Welle's center of excellence for training and knowledge transfer. Together with our partners, we play a leading role in the development of free media systems, fostering access to information and setting standards for independent journalism and journalism education.
  Tasks & Responsibilities: 
  Assignments may include but are not limited to the following:
    Consulting and training of honorary members and      employed executive and secretarial staff of the Media Council of Mongolia      (MCM). 
  Monitoring and Evaluation of complaint      administration and complaint decisions of the Media Council.
  Consulting of MCM’s public relations activities and      contributing informational content for purposes of internal and external      communication. 
  Contributing to an advocacy strategy for media      independence and Media Self-Regulation in Mongolia.
  Building and maintaining close links with relevant      stakeholders in Mongolia (i.e. sector associations, legal and political      experts and decision makers).
    Engaging in DW Akademie’s strategic planning      process, especially with developing a quality management (QM) scheme for      MCM.
  Contribute to grant applications and reporting, as      well as DW Akademie’s annual reporting.
  Participate in regular calls with DW Akademie staff.
  Other      duties as required.
   What we’re looking for
    10 or more years of experience in structural      analysis and/or practice of institutionalized media self-regulation.
  Profound knowledge and understanding of state-regulated      and/or co-regulated media systems.
  Excellent interpersonal, relationship building,      verbal, and written communication skills.
  Flexibility and ability to respond to short-term      demands.
  Ability      to work autonomously.
  Excellent command of spoken and written German or English.
  Willingness to travel as required (after COVID-19      restrictions ease).
   What would give you an advantage
    A background in journalism, association work or      media-related representation of interests will be considered an advantage.
  Basic skills of the Mongolian language.
   What we offer
    Customary fee commensurate with experience
  Small,      fun, and supportive team
  Family-friendly,      international work environment
  Independence,      autonomy, and flexibility
  Impactful      work
  Opportunities for growth and professional      development
   Diversity statement
  We welcome and encourage diversity among applicants, and do not discriminate against any potential applicant based on their race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, or gender. 
      Contact details
  For additional information, please contact:
  Patrick Benning
  Program Director Mongolia
  patrick.benning at dw.com 
  https://www.dw.com/en/dw-akademie/about-us/s-9519 | @DWAkademie

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