The Campaigns Coordinator is a key member of Tibet Network’s team. You will be responsible for overseeing and developing a range of strategic priority campaigns within the framework of Tibet Network’s Strategic Plan, and supporting global implementation via Regional Coordinators, Steering Committee Members and relationships with global Tibet Network Members and allies.
Main Responsibilities Include:
- CAMPAIGN PLANNING
- CAMPAIGN IMPLEMENTATION
- MEMBER GROUP SUPPORT AND TRAINING
- At least five years relevant experience in a campaign position for a civil society, or equivalent, organisation.
- Experience of strategic planning across a variety of campaign areas including advocacy and grassroots - and proven delivery and implementation.
- Proof of knowledge and understanding of complicated human and civil rights issues.
- Ability to work as part of a small, diverse and remote team, as well as experience of managing members of staff.
- Ability to write accurate, clear, concise and engaging campaign materials and resources for a variety of areas with meticulous and consistent attention to detail.
- Excellent organisational skills with the capability of managing a diverse workload, to prioritise well and to adjust work focus when needed.
- Proven interpersonal communication skills, including the ability to identify and cultivate a wide range of contacts and key relationships, and ability to motivate a wide range of groups and individuals.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including remotely/online.
- Proven record of managing advocacy campaigns including government experience.
- Strong experience of working with digital and online tools and developing strong social media campaigns for example using Mailchimp and other online platforms.
- Experience of establishing and maintaining solid recording systems and coordinating an efficient flow of communications and information.
- Experience of managing conflicting demands, meeting deadlines and adjusting priorities for yourself and as part of a team.
- Ability to use sound judgment and initiative, solve problems and provide constructive inputs.
- Experience of working collaboratively in a team and understanding of the importance of efficient communications for the coordination and effective functioning of teams, and being able to work unsupervised as part of a remote team.
- Strong written and verbal English is essential; in addition, the ability to work in Tibetan language will be an advantage.