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IACC Series Communications & Public Relations Officer

Application Closing Date - 22 Jul 2019

Job Start Date - As soon as possible

Duration - until December 2020

Location - Berlin, Germany

Transparency International (TI) is the global civil society organisation leading the fight against corruption. In collaboration with more than 100 chapters worldwide and an international secretariat in Berlin, Germany, TI raises awareness of the damaging effects of corruption and works with partners in government, business and civil society to develop and implement effective measures to tackle it.

TI is the Secretariat to the International Anti-Corruption Conference (IACC). Held usually every two years in a different part of the world, the Conference is the world’s most important event for all who are committed to the fight against corruption. Gathering more than 1.5 thousand participants from more than 140 countries, the conference is a vibrant and proactive platform for innovation and change. Now in its 19th edition, the next IACC will take place in Seoul, Korea from 2-5 June 2020. The IACC is also home to a number of Game Changing Initiatives involving filmmakers, journalists, social entrepreneurs and musicians - all of whom are committed to fight for social justice.

Main function: The IACC Series Communications & Public Relations Officer supports the objectives of the Conference and its initiatives, effectively involving an increasing number of target audiences, maintaining the IACC websites and social media tools, promotion of the event and its initiative, as well as securing high level speakers for the event. Key tasks supporting the IACC operations include VIP/speaker hospitality, budget administration and supporting the IACC reporting and controlling mechanisms. 

Starting date: As soon as possible
Duration: Until December 2020
Location: TI-Secretariat, Berlin/Germany
Team: Communications

Responsibilities:

Knowledge, experience and skills:

To apply:

Qualified candidates should submit, preferably via email, a cover letter (mentioning the source of the application) and CV in English to:

IACCOfficerJob@transparency.org

Deadline for applications is Monday, 22 July 2019.

Please note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted and that due to the high volume of applications it is unfortunately not possible to provide individual feedback.

To learn more about Transparency International, visit our website at www.transparency.org

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