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Job Title: Internship – Migration Section
Start Date: 04 July 2017
Length of Contract: 2 months
No. of Vacancies: 1
Main Purpose of Job:
- Support the Migration Section in administrative/project work; events management and communications.
Roles and Responsibilities:
- Support MDA in designing, implementing, monitoring and evaluating Migration Fund projects in Ghana, particularly returns/reintegration projects, irregular migration sensitisation campaigns and capacity building project for GoG MMDAs.
- Following up on meeting schedules and appointments.
- Draft minutes of meetings with action points
- Regular update stakeholder list; filing of correspondence/reports in both electronic and manual formats.
- Support in organising events- writing and sending out invites to stakeholders, making follow-ups on attendance, and drafting briefs on events with recommendations for future events.
- Provide media- worthy communication on Migration Section’s activities, for publication on Post’s website
- Monitor news items in the local and international media that have direct impact on our work and make press-cuttings for reference purposes.
- Support MDA during migration operations
- Follow-up on stakeholders on nationality confirmation issues.
Required Skills or Experience
Essential on arrival:
- A continuing student or graduate from a recognised tertiary institution.
- Knowledge of Ghana’s political, economic, social and cultural environment.
- Excellent command of English, oral and written communication.
- Experience in project/budget management.
- Self-starter with proven ability to work effectively with little supervision.
- Proactive and strategic approach to work, maintaining flexibility and initiative in performance
- Experience in or commitment to operational delivery
- Possess information management/protection skills with a high level of emotional intelligence.
- Fluency in French language
Learning and Development:
- Online e-learning
- On the job learning, job shadowing and mentoring
- Access to library
- Various development workshops
- Seeing the Big Picture
- Demonstrating Resilience
- Changing and Improving
- Leading and Communicating
- Delivering Value for Money
- Collaborating and Partnering
Level of language required:
- Advanced level proficiency in English Language (ability to understand, write and speak English language without any difficulty)
How to Apply
To apply for this, kindly send an email to [email protected], stating in the subject “Internship – Migration Section” attaching your CV, and a cover letter of not more than 300 words, answering the questions below:
‘Why are you applying for this job?
What do you intend to gain from working at the British High Commission, and
what will you bring to the table?’
APPLICATION DEADLINE: FRIDAY 21ST APRIL, 2017, 23:59GMT (ALL APPLICATIONS RECEIVED AFTER THE SAID DATE WILL BE DISREGARDED)