People’s Alliance for Credible Elections is looking for Communication Intern to reporting to Advocacy Officer.
Position: Intern (Communication)
Duty Location: Yangon
Number of Position: 1
Duration of the Contract: Three Months
Reporting to: Advocacy Officer
If you are interested in this announcement, please submit your Curriculum Vitae (CV) and contact phone number to [email protected] by 28th February 2018. Only short-list candidates will be contacted for the interview process.
For more information, you can contact us +95 9253379442; +95 1512646.
Task and Responsibilities
Under the direction of the Program Manager, the Intern (Communication) is needed to assist the PACE’s activities of publicity materials, development of new design concepts and ideas via graphic that appeals to target audiences, monitor and updating social media, website and create Infographic. The Intern (Communication) is part time and working hours is flexible but expected to work 40 hours per week.
- Work prioritization and ability to multitask;
- Excellent interpersonal skills;
- Shares knowledge and experience;
- Positive, constructive attitude;
- Ability to work and act under pressure with discretion in politically sensitive environment with a minimum of comfort;
- Responds positively to critical feedback and differing points of view;
- Ready to work independently, under tight deadlines;
- Displays cultural, gender, religion, race, nationality and age sensitivity and adaptability
- Ability to work in a multi-cultural team environment with a positive attitude;
- Highest standards of integrity, discretion and loyalty;
- Strives for supportive working environment and positive working relationship;
- Focuses on result for the client and responds positively to feedback.
- Education: University Student
- Language Requirements: Proven communication skills in written and spoken in Burmese
English is preferable
- Computer Skill: MS word and Excel, Internet
People’s Alliance for Credible Elections (PACE) is an independent, non-partisan, non-government domestic election observer group based in Yangon. PACE was founded in 2013 to strengthen democratic institutions in Myanmar through safeguarding citizen rights and promoting public participation in the electoral process. To promote transparency, accountability and inclusiveness in the electoral process, PACE will mainly be working on civic and voter education, election observation and electoral reform.
Upholding the principles enshrined in “Universal Declaration of Human Rights”, PACE’s work will be implemented regardless of race, religion and gender.
Moreover, PACE has signed “Declaration of Global Principles for “Non-partisan Observation and Monitoring” by Citizen Organizations,” which is a document endorsed by more than 260 organization from 75 countries.
“PACE will work to ensure all citizens political rights including the right to vote and stand for office by engaging in activities that promote citizen participation, safeguard political and civil rights through a program of electoral observation, policy advocacy and civic education.”
- Areas of Work
The PACE is an independent civil society initiative to secure every citizen’s political rights and enhance electoral transparency and accountability through:
- Citizen Observation of Electoral Processes
- Civic Education and Public Outreach
- Advocacy for Improved Electoral Frameworks