Bachelor in Mass Communication & Journalism
The Head of Communications is responsible for creating a positive image of WWF Nepal through strategic media profiling, public engagement, and relationship building in line with the integrated strategic plan of WWF Nepal.
The direct supervision of the Country Representative, the Head of Communications will be responsible for planning, implementing, monitoring, and managing communications and marketing strategies to promote WWF's efforts.
She/He ensures that WWF's communication and marketing methods, as well as their contents, are tailored to the needs of present and potential donors with similar interests, and she/he supervises transformative initiatives that reach well beyond the organization's immediate benefits.
She/He will ensure communications outreach through a newsroom set up that collates and disseminates program impacts, interventions, and issues on a regular basis through newsletters, publications, and electronic media.
She/He will also backstop field offices for local-level communications and outreach.
Education + Experience
A bachelor's degree in Journalism, Mass Communications, or a related field.
At least 5 Years of experience in journalism/ Communications is required.
Candidates must have a high level of attention to detail as well as a high level of enthusiasm for his/her work and the organization.
Good skills in Microsoft office programs and digital communications tools.
Strong interpersonal and organizational skills are desired.
She/He should be able to prioritize efficiently and operate under time constraints while exercising initiative and judgment.