• Institutional Development and Communication Officer Kigali
  • INGABO Syndicate in Kigali, , Rwanda
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  • 1 week ago

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Job Announcement
• INGABO Syndicate is a farmers' organization that received legal recognition on April 1st, 2005 (Official Gazette N007, Year 44, of 01st April, 2005), from the Government of Rwanda, specifically from the Ministry of Labor and Public Services. At present, INGABO Syndicate counts a membership of more than 16,051 members, comprising 44.9% (7,366) men and 55.1% (8,685) women. Those farmers are organized in diverse groups of agriculture professional organizations such as cooperatives and companies operating around different agricultural value chains. INGABO Syndicate is a founding member of EAFF (East Africa Farmers Federation), and is also a member of the World Farmers Organization (WFO) and is headquartered in Muhanga District, Southern Province. Its activities cover most of the districts of the country.
• To fulfil its mission of enhancing the technical and economic capacities of agricultural producers, empowering them to thrive as competitive players in... the market, INGABO is actively implementing various programs. In pursuit of this objective, is currently seeking to hire personnel for the following positions:

C.1. Duration: 1 year renewable based on the employee’s performance and funds availability
C.2. Number of positions: (1)
C.2. Roles and responsibilities:
Under the supervision of the Chief Executive Officer, her/his responsibilities include:
• Monitor the working of INGABO social media, update them by providing stories in line with INGABO mission and activities and submit a monthly report to the Executive Secretary
• Prepare and monitor the implementation of programs and plans relating to institutional development of INGABO
• Monitor the effective working and the collaboration of INGABO different organs from the grassroots to central level in accordance with INGABO statute, regulations, administrative and financial procedures
• Monitor the recruitment and the management of members
• Monitoring the functioning of DUSHYIKIRANE newspaper by preparing and organizing news articles that will appear in the newspaper and its publication
• Collaborate with the Executive Secretary and the board of directors in preparing and implementing advocacy programs
• Monitor the collection of members ‘contributions and their management at different levels according to INGABO internal regulations and help organs to insure its good management;
• Prepare and organize radio broadcasts though radio broadcasting agencies that have concluded memorandums of collaboration with INGABO
• Prepare and submit to the Executive Secretary capacity building projects that intend to increase capacities of INGABO organs
• Prepare and monitor the implementation of trade union principles in line with INGABO vision and propose to its leadership modifications and changes that may lead to that vision
• Design and implement tools that may improve the communication inside INGABO Syndicate
• Collaborate with other staff in short- and long-term planning and budgeting process and in the elaboration of reports;
• Support the leadership in designing and implementing mobilization strategies
• Design and elaborate projects that can increase INGABO finance
• Prepare the Terms of Reference for services in line with his/her department
• Perform any other task that would be solicited by the supervisor with nature to promote the organization’s interest

C.4. Qualifications and Experience
• Academic qualification with a bachelor's degree in communication, public relations, journalism, marketing, or a related field.
• Professional experience in the field of communication, preferably within similar organizations or similar roles.
• Strong written and oral communication skills. This includes the ability to write articles, press releases, reports, and effectively communicate with diverse audiences.
• Proficiency in social media
• An understanding of the specific issues relevant to the organization, along with a sensitivity to social, economic and environmental
• Competence in using communication tools such as graphic design software, content management platforms, video, and photography.
• Fluency in multiple languages, including Kinyarwanda, English, and French.
• The ability to collaborate effectively with other team members, farmers, and members of the INGABO union, as well as coordinate communication initiatives.

Job Experience: No Requirements

Work Hours: 8

Experience in Months:

Level of Education: Bachelor Degree
Kigali Rwanda


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