Communications and Liaison Officer
Applications close Tue 23 April 2019
Ni-Vanuatu women are strongly encouraged to apply
● An exciting opportunity to work with the project team to improve the Port Vila Central Market
● Contract fixed number of days
● Port Vila based for those eligible to work in Vanuatu
The Port Vila Central Market Hygiene, Sanitation & Amenity Facilities Improvement Project is part of the Public Buildings Recovery Program covered under the mandate of the National Recovery Committee and being implemented by the Public Works Department on behalf of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the Port Vila Municipal Council. The project is being implemented with the assistance of the Australian Government (represented by DFAT). The objective of the project is to improve the sanitation and other amenities.
We require the suitable candidate to work a total of 64 days across a six-month project period.
The project involves improving the market’s sanitation facilities to make it more appealing to occupants and visitors, provide better access to toilets and running water, improve drainage and food safety, increase useable area and seek other opportunities to improve the market house within budget limitations.
This position is to work with the project team to develop, direct and implement project communications and liaison to assist with the successful completion of the Port Vila Central Market Hygiene, Sanitation and Amenity Facilities Improvement Project.
Essential Selection Criteria
► Good written and verbal communications skills in Bislama and English
► Experience in managing project communications and media messaging
► Experience in community / project liaison
► Education to year 12/13
Desirable Selection Criteria
► The ability to speak French would be of benefit
► Tertiary studies in a relevant field would be of benefit
► References in the field of communications & community liaison would be of benefit
How to Apply
Please click on the link below to download a job description with details on how to apply online.
For further information please contact Lucas.Rotteveel@linkps.com
Applications close 23 April 2019
Click the link below to apply online