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Job: PAID Internship at ILO in Geneva, Switzerland

Vacancy No: IPEC/INTERN 10

Position title: IPEC Internship for summer 2010

Grade: NO-A

Contract type: Internship

Duration of contract: 3 to 6 months

Date: 9 November 2009

Deadline for application: 31 May 2010
(102 day(s) until closing deadline)
Currently accepting applications

Organization unit: IPEC

Duty Station: Geneva, Switzerland

Description of Duties
Internship with IPEC provide an opportunity for students who are pursuing a course of study in fields related to child labour to:
– Increase their understanding of relevant issues at the international level by involving them directly in the work of IPEC;
– Gain practical work experience in the field of child labour and its links to other related fields, such as education, youth employment, gender, agriculture, mining, etc.

Under the supervision of a professional in IPEC, typical assignments for interns include:

– Review and analyse literature
– Undertake research in a particular subject area
– Organise data and documents
– Develop tools and guidelines
– Draft reports and conduct case studies
– Participate in on-going projects implementation and/or evaluation

Required Qualifications
Interns should have completed graduate and/or post graduate studies or be in the final year of undergraduate studies in related fields.

Experience in research and/or academic/voluntary work in the related area(s) would be an advantage.

Working knowledge of English, French or Spanish. Knowledge of the second language or Portuguese would be an advantage.

– Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing
– Show willingness to acquire new knowledge
– Ability to work as a member of a team
– Ability to produce quality results in time
– Ability to work in a multicultural and multilingual environment

Additional Information:
Applicants for internships can be of any nationality.

An intern should not be a close relative of a serving ILO official.

Applicants should indicate the following information in your covering letter: – Field(s) of interest – Proposed dates – Region(s)/country( ies) that you are interested.

Please note that due to the large number of applicants, we are not in a position to reply to each request and only short-listed applicants will be contacted for telephone interview.

Internship positions are filled on an on-going basis during a year as appropriate assignments are identified.

We will contact you if any suitable opportunity is identified for your profile.

Interns based at headquarters in Geneva without any external source of funding will receive CHF1,500 per month as a stipend.

Thank you very much for your interest in the International Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour.

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Please note that all candidates must complete an on-line application form.
To apply, please visit ILO’s e-Recruitment website at:
erecruit.ilo. org. The system provides instructions for online application procedures.
The ILO does not charge any fee at any stage of the recruitment process whether at the application, interview, processing or training stage. Messages originating from a non ILO e-mail account – – should be disregarded. In addition, the ILO does not require or need to know any information relating to the bank account details of applicants.

Maverick’s New Media is hiring!


The Jakarta Based PR Consultancy Maverick is looking for an Associate for its growing New Media Division. Candidates should be passionate about writing, communications and New Media, and able work with minimum supervision in a fast-paced environment.

An Associate in Maverick’s New Media Division will have the following responsibilities:


  • Help develop new media-based strategy, programs and other initiatives that will effectively communicate powerful messages for Maverick and its clients to their target audience.
  • Develop and manage technical aspects and contents for various new media channels.
  • Design and conduct new media monitoring and analysis.
  • When required, initiate and manage collaborations with third parties on production and implementation.
  • Monitor new media/social media applications and trends and when appropriate use this to improve Maverick’s new media strategies and NMD offerings to clients.
  • Work with third parties on video and other web productions.
  • Become part of the team who promote/advocate/champion the use of new media particularly in Indonesia.
  • Be actively engaged in various social media channels.


  • Bachelor’s Degree ideally in communications, public relations or other related subjects.
  • 2-3 years of experience in journalism, public relations, marketing, or other related line of work.
  • Fluent in English and Indonesian language.
  • Passion for the Web, digital content, and customers.
  • Strong communications skills, both verbal and written.
  • Outstanding creative skills and a dynamic working style.
  • Self-directed with excellent organizational skills.
  • Knowledge of and interest in local, regional and global news and current affairs as well as trends in communications and new media.
  • Comfortable with video and image editing tools.
  • Working knowledge on Web development technologies (i.e. HTML, XML, AJAX, JavaScript) is an advantage.

Interested applicants should send their CV to

Job op: Comms advisor @ OCSP

The Orangutan Conservation Services Program (OCSP)–a project managed by DAI–is looking to hire a Communications Advisor. The Jakarta-based advisor will work closely with the OCSP Communications and Outreach Coordinator to provide greater support and a stronger constituency for orangutan conservation by developing messages, using the most appropriate media.

These messages will be tailored to increase understanding among individuals in government institutions, conservation organizations, communities and the private sector, of support needed to conserve Orangutan and create behavioral changes in people and companies who directly threaten the conservation status of orangutan, especially land developers, loggers and local communities.

For more info on the job op, click here. If you are accessing this note from Facebook and cannot click it, do visit the original blog:

Interested? Send your CV to

A word of advise, only email them when you think you are up for the job. Honestly, this is a kind advise. Let’s respect other people’s time, and yours.

Job Op: Info Officer @ IRD/SERASI

IRD, an international non-profit organization in Indonesia, seeks exceptional individuals for the following positions:

Information/Media Officer or Consultant (Jakarta)

* Develop and update program descriptions, accomplishments and highlights for program outreach, including brochures and website.
* Assemble and end draft program quarterly reports.
* Develop and maintain internal networks to identify and document success stories.
* Generate monthly highlights and quarterly program newsletters.
* Develop and maintain digital photo library.

The ideal candidate will have desktop publishing skills, including layout and graphics, to produce polished in-house publications, including quarterly program newsletters for public dissemination.

This position requires fluent English and excellent writing skills. Indonesian languages skills are a plus but are not absolutely required.

Applicants should submit CV highlighting relevant skills and accomplishments, and one or more sample publications (PDF format preferred; try to avoid attachments larger than 2MB).

CV should list any weblinks to additional publications, or websites which contain content you have authored. We prefer to fill this position full-time, but may also be willing to consider candidates who prefer only part-time employment.

If you think you are up to the challenge, write to us email or snail mail, and include a cover letter, your CV, 3 references, and your salary history/expectations to:

Application for Information Officer
Suite 904, 9th Floor
Intiland Building
Jl. Jenderal Sudirman No 32
Jakarta 10220

No phone calls please. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

Job: Homepage and News Country Editor for MSN

Homepage and News Country Editor (3x)
Reports to the Executive Producer

We’re looking for someone who is passionate about their local audience, can pick out and follow a good story, and can meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment.

An MSN Homepage and News Country Editor will have the following responsibilities:

  • Editorial Management. Identify the best stories to feature on the most highly-trafficked areas of the MSN Network; primarily on the homepage but also within Windows Live Hotmail and Windows Live Messenger. Ensure this content is timely, accurate and locally relevant. They must be passionate about local, regional and global news and current affairs;
  • Content updating and integration. Aside from the above, other Editorial areas need to be updated and kept fresh & relevant in order to engage the audience. Other duties help to ensure our pages are easily crawled by search engines. Duties can include updating news polls, maintaining a professional blog, updating search metadata, picking out and publishing editorial search highlights, selecting and publishing News Special Reports, and updating cross network assets;
  • Establish, protect and put forth the Editorial Voice. The MSN Editorial Voice is to inform and also be provocative. It is important everything that we do editorially on the homepage and News channel is aligned with that Voice. We do not cover stories normally; we find a different way to approach a story that is captivating to our users. As we relaunch new media channels for MSN it is important that the editorial team can take this Voice and implement and extend this across many categories.
  • Analysis & continual improvement. Part of our philosophy is to analyse the data we receive to continuously improve our message to our audience. We take advantage of the near-time nature of our medium so we are constantly reviewing how our editorial content performs so we don’t repeat mistakes, we can learn more about our users, and so we can build on the success of our “big-clicking” content.A Homepage and News Country Editor will scan the web for news that is relevant for their users with the objective of attempting to find content that will keep users on our homepage and channels as long as possible.

As the Editorial team needs to ensure content is at its ‘freshest’ and most relevant during peak traffic times for the MSN network, extended operating hours are the norm. Some shift work may be expected. A night-shift team will be maintained during the weekday so it is the responsibility of the Homepage and News Country Editor to ensure that team is properly briefed as to what are the key editorial stories to look out for overnight, what editorial content needs to be updated and that the transitions go smoothly.

We are looking for three News & Homepage Country Editors. One editor each will be assigned to Singapore and Malaysia individually. The remaining editor will cover both Indonesia and the Philippines. All will be initially based in Singapore but should be very familiar with their respective markets.

Required Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree ideally in Journalism;
  • Fluent in English and Bahasa
  • 2-3 years editorial web experience in a large portal or media web site where display advertising is the main source of revenue;
  • Passion for the Web, digital content, and customers;
  • Strong communications skills;
  • Comfortable with working with numbers, analytics & measurement;
  • Self-directed with excellent organizational skills;
  • Knowledge of and interest in local, regional and global news and current affairs;
  • A true multi-tasker;
  • Ability to set and maintain deadlines;
  • Must possess excellent computer skills including proficiency in Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Word.
  • Understanding of Web development technologies (i.e. HTML, XML, AJAX, JavaScript, …) is an advantage;
  • Comfortable with image editing tools such as Photoshop

Desired Qualifications:

  • Experience working with 3rd party content providers;
  • Strong work ethic and a high level of professionalism;
  • Creativity, intelligence, and integrity;

Interested? Email me at

Job op: Public Relations Manager in SENADA

SENADA, a USAID-financed Indonesian competitiveness project, is currently recruiting for a senior Public Relations Manager (Code: PRM).

He or she will develop and lead the implementation of communications strategy for SENADA. The strategy will consist of a master plan to communicate with SENADA’s stakeholders, including the business sectors, the industry or business associations, the government and the general public.

If you meet the above criteria, please send your CV and three professional references (with phone numbers and email addresses) via email to (to be considered position code must be included in the subject of the email) or fax to 021-579-32578 by Wednesday, 24 October 2007. No phone calls will be entertained.

To learn more about the position, you can download this document. For more information about SENADA please visit:

Job: Communications Coordinator for Environment program

A large environmental services program is recruiting for a Public Outreach & Communications (POC) Coordinator to manage regular public advocacy and media relations work to promote improved health and environment service delivery in Jakarta and across Java and northern Sumatra.

Based in Jakarta , the POC Coordinator manages a team of regionally-based POC Specialists and works closely with program staff and partners from a wide range of technical disciplines. This position requires five to ten years professional experience and a relevant university degree (preferably Masters) in communications.

The successful candidate will have excellent relations with Indonesian media, government agencies and NGOs; experience in strategy development, monitoring and evaluation, reporting, events organizing, advocacy and public relations.

As a manager, this position requires experience in team coordination and capacity building. Effective oral and written communication in both English and Bahasa Indonesia is essential.

Technical experience in health and hygiene, water and sanitation services delivery, watershed management, forestry, or biodiversity conservation is required. Previous experience working on a USAID project, with exposure to USAID branding guidelines is preferred.

If you are interested and you think you would fulfil the requirements, please email me for details.

Job: Communications Advisor for BRR

Communications Liaison to BRR Office of Economic Development (OED). Short term. Based in Aceh.

Working under the the Aceh Technical Assistance Recovery Project (A-TARP), this advisor will provide a range of technical assistance in communicatons to OED and its initiatives, including the Investors Outreach Office (IOO), Export Development Center (EDC) and Economic Development Task Force.

Five years of experience is a must.

If you are interested and you think you would be qualified, please email me for details.

Job: Communications Advisor for ITAP

A job opening – long-term public affairs, communications, and public relations advisor to provide support to Indonesia’s Ministry of Trade in capacity building, public outreach and awareness, and communication. Based in Jakarta.

At least five years of experience in communications is required.

If you are interested and you think you would be qualified, please email me for details.