PSI is seeking an experienced, dynamic and innovation-driven Strategic Communications Manager to support PMI Impact Malaria’s efforts share of learning both internally and externally, to tell its story more broadly, and celebrate the success of investments in PMI Impact Malaria.
The Strategic Communications Manager is an integral member of the PMI Impact Malaria Team (IM) and will work with to fine-tune and implement the project’s communication strategy for both an internal and external audiences. This position will be filled by a highly competent communications professional with sophisticated decision-making abilities and a great attitude towards teamwork and collaboration. The Strategic Communications Manager is an excellent writer with the ability to handle technical and reporting documents as well as the ability to distill IM’s work and success into succinct success stories and blog posts The Strategic Communications Manager will provide guidance and coaching to IM team members to produce quality documents and social media posts. You will create, manage, and execute the IM Communications Calendar and corresponding outputs for both external and internal audiences. The Strategic Communications Manager will oversee the IM website and Flickr photo library and be the steward of IM’s Branding and Marking Strategy. The Strategic Communications Manager will directly manage the IM Communications Coordinator and partner with PSI’s External Relations Department to promote IM learnings and knowledge contributions, as well as liaise with PMI communications team to further the objectives of PMI through IM. You will be open to constructive coaching to stretch and grow your skill set while bringing an important voice to the team that allows for others to grow through your advice and strategies. The ideal candidate will have experience in global public health, specifically knowledge of malaria in Asia and Africa.
The successful candidate will be required to pass a background check.