Thinking of a Career in Emergency Management?
- BY Nicole Pelette
Your mission at IECD:
The European Institute for Cooperation and Development (IECD), an international solidarity organization created in 1988, implements economic and human development projects in some fifteen countries, in partnership with local institutions, enabling young people and people in precarious situation of accessing decent and sustainable jobs in a quality educational and health environment. More than 30 years of experience in the fields of education, vocational training and access to employment for young people have enabled the IECD to develop real know-how in the service of the most vulnerable people. .
The Institute operates in 15 countries, 4 geographical areas (Near East, North Africa, Sub-Saharan Africa / Madagascar and South-East Asia), and is structured around flagship programs and a proven service offer over more than 60 projects.
In 2020, the IECD brings together around fifty employees at headquarters, around sixty VSI (Volontaires de Solidarité Internationale) in the field and a total of 300 employees including local teams.
Within the support functions, you will be keen to contribute to the promotion of the IECD's actions and to increase their visibility with various interlocutors: financial partners, donors, operational partners, field teams, media. You will participate in the production and distribution of the various communication media of the IECD (social networks, videos, publications on the website, annual report, etc.) and in the coordination of relations with financial partners (proposals and reports, preparation of exchanges etc.).
Relations with financial partners
Education: Bachelor, Masters, specialized studies in IEP, journalism or other university studies.
Skills and qualities expected:
Will be a plus