Terre des Hommes Netherlands (TdH-NL) is an international NGO committed to stopping child exploitation. In Asia, Terre des Hommes Netherlands works in Bangladesh, Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Myanmar, Nepal, Thailand, and the Philippines,. We support child victims of exploitation and/or abuse with education, psychosocial support, legal assistance, shelter, job opportunities and medical care; while at the same time targeting highly vulnerable children, who are at risk of being exploited, in our prevention activities. We launch public and media campaigns to create awareness on our focus issues and carry out local research into the extent and nature of abuse and exploitation of children.
TdH-NL in Asia works within four child protection themes: the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC), the Worst Forms of Child Labour (WFCL), Child Trafficking and Migration (CTM), and Child Abuse (CA) specifically focusing on Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights.
Our Vision: Terre des Hommes Netherlands works towards a world where all children have a decent life and can grow up to be independent adults. A world in which children are no longer exploited. We will continue our work until this is accomplished.
Our Mission: Terre des Hommes Netherlands prevents child exploitation, removes children from exploitative situations and ensures these children can develop themselves in a safe environment.
To help and support the Communication activities carried at the Asia Region Office, with audiences that are both external (for organisational profiling) and internal (information needs of colleagues).
The communications intern reports and receives technical guidance from the Senior Communications Officer Asia Region with whom (s)he will be working closely together.
Main Duties and Responsibilities
1. Support in producing and implementing communication materials for Asia Region.
Produce communication materials on social media (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn) in support of TdHNL work in countries and the Asia region.
Maintain and improve the TdHNL website for Asia, following TdH-NL Asia Campaign Guidelines and Templates.
Receive and develop high quality case stories to be used for internal and external communication purposes.
Produce communication and profiling materials for the Asia Regional Office, such as one pager fact sheets following following TdH-NL Asia Branding and Content Guidelines and Templates.
Bachelor's degree in communications, journalism, design, visual arts or multimedia.
Experience/Interest in Social Media and web content management (including working with content management software), writing and editing for the web and Social Media, graphic design and site management.
Computer literacy: well conversant with working in the Google Cloud and its applications (Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, etc), including basic skills in working with photo and video editing software.
Ability to undertake desk research using various (mainly internal) resources.
Excellent communication skills, both written and oral, in fluent English.
Thorough and precise working style, with strong attention to detail.
Dynamic, self-motivated and self-starting personality who can and will take initiative.
Social skills to work on his/her own within a team.
Basic knowledge and understanding of child protection issues in Asia
Ability to plan and organise well, setting goals and achieving results in line with the goals set.
Ability to respond flexibly to changing priorities.
Please send your motivation letter, curriculum vitae and a maximum of three recent examples of your editorial work by e-mail to: email@example.com clearly demonstrating how you meet the qualifications for this internship, not later than by Monday, 8th July 2019. For more information about this internship, you can contact us through the same email address.
Please note that this is a national internship. Applicants must be able to provide proof of the right to live and work in Cambodia.
Kindly also note that applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Due to the expected large responses only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
The selection procedure will include an assessment test, and checking of recent professional/academic references.