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Writer/ photographer/ kikla

Job Type: Contract | Company: CTG | Location: Multiple Locations, Libya | Date posted: 18-10-2017

Vacancy reference no.:

VAC-1075

Position:

Writer/ photographer/ kikla

Place of performance:

Kikla  Libya, Libya

Contract duration:

up to 1 month (@days/month)

Starting date:

23-Oct-2017

 

 

OVERVIEW OF CTG GLOBAL

CTG support and manage humanitarian projects in fragile and conflict-affected countries around the world. With past performance in 15 countries – from the Middle East, Africa, Europe, Asia and Central and South America – we offer a holistic fabric of project management, implementation and support. Skilled in emergency response to crises such as the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, we have the ability to act quickly (crisis response teams can be on the ground in 24 hours) and to establish structured operations in high-risk environments. CTG recruit and manage qualified, skilled teams with extensive experience operating in challenging conditions.

 

OVERVIEW OF THE POSITION

The Stabilization Facility for Libya aims to bridge the critical period of transition from initial period of humanitarian relief towards mid- and long-term structural and sector-specific support. It will include time bound quick interventions at the municipality level that seek to enhance the legitimacy of the GNA within the Libyan population through provision of concrete improvements and peace dividends at the community level through rehabilitation of critical infrastructure, building the capacity of local authorities to address the needs of their population, and enhancing local mediation and conflict resolution capacities and processes. The Stabilization Facility will be Libyan led, with the Prime Minister or his representative chairing the board jointly with the Deputy Special Representative of the Secretary General, and the activities being implemented in cooperation with Libyan local authorities

2. Programme Outputs

Output 1. Light infrastructure destroyed by conflict rehabilitated and recovery of critical businesses supported

The direct infrastructure damages caused by the conflict in Libya have led to destruction of water facilities, roads, police stations, clinics and schools in Libya, negatively affecting basic service delivery and in some instances causing a dire situation where no functioning school or hospital is available to citizens.  The project will finance undertaking of light repairs of key public infrastructure including clinics, police stations, water facilities, power grids, government buildings and access roads. It will also be used to finance rubble removal and waste collection. Finally, key equipment will be provided to municipalities and critical businesses to enable the proper recovery of the services (for example generators in cases of lack of power supply).

 

Output 2. Immediate capacity boost to municipalities provided

The mounting needs for rehabilitation and recovery of critical infrastructure in the conflict affected areas of Libya, combined with the limited ability for municipalities to take charge of stabilization of their municipalities due to budgetary, human resource and other constraints, calls for immediate support to municipalities. This requires improved interaction between the central government and the Libyan municipalities and local authorities. It also calls for strengthening the municipality technical capacity to follow and monitor the stabilization activities within the quick implementation period.

 

This output will be used to finance technical support to municipalities, boosting their capacity to cope with the challenges arising during stabilization period. The intention is to recruit and deploy technical experts to support local authorities to monitor the stabilization activities, as well as supporting inclusive and participatory prioritization processes, related coordination, planning, implementation, and monitoring jointly with the relevant line ministries. It will also mean deploying engineers to monitor the infrastructure works taking place in the municipality.

 

Output 3. Local conflict analysis, facilitation and mediation capacity strengthened

The conflict in Libya has had a destructive impact on social cohesion within the Libyan society, and the localized fighting is leading to an ever deepening disintegration of the society. At the time of transition, dialogue between the central government and local authorities will be crucial. In the past, conflict resolution in Libya was largely retroactive mitigation of escalation of conflicts by tribal and other traditional leaders. Moving towards a modern state, municipal and other local authorities will need to learn to play a key role in mediation and more preventative conflict resolution.

 

The activities under this output will contribute to the initial stabilization efforts at the community level and will start paving the way for a new culture wherein conflicts are negotiated more peacefully bringing together the new and old local authorities as well as civil society actors. Efforts to resolve conflicts at the local level will require locally led processes to undertake conflict analysis to better understand the causes of tension. The conflict analysis undertaken will help ensure the conflict-sensitivity of the stabilization interventions.

 

GENERAL FUNCTIONS

Role objective:

Under the guidance of the project manager and in coordination with the UNDP Country Office communications team, a field writer is required to produce a series of human interest stories on SFL projects underway in Kikla, Sirte, Obari and Sebha. The writer is expected to visit each site where work is underway, or completed to document (written and visually) stories on the ground and deliver stories and high resolution photographs at regular intervals to the team.

 

Expected output:

Summary of Key Functions:

• Write 500 to 800-word human interest stories on the impact of SFL initiatives in the selected municipality. This will require travel to the project sites and interviews with a range of stakeholders – municipal authorities; project partners; beneficiaries of these activities etc.

• Ensure at least 15 high-quality (high resolution) professionally shot photographs to accompany each story. These photographs must depict locations and people who have benefitted from our work.

• The Field Writer is expected to work in close collaboration with UNDP Project Manager and Communications Team. The number of days per assignment will be as agreed with the Project Manager/ communications team.

• Revise/ edit stories as per feedback received and finalize keeping in mind, global audiences for the stories.

 

Project reporting:

Reporting to the project manager

 

Team management:

This role doesn't require team management

 

ESSENTIAL EXPERIENCE

Education:

§  Bachelor's degree in journalism, communications, social media.

 

Work experience:

§  Minimum of 5 years of demonstrable relevant Media & Communications experience.

 

Geographical experience:

§  Minimum of 5 years of experience in Africa with local experience in Kikla  Libya is an advantage.

 

Languages:

§  Fluency in Arabic (essential) and English (desirable).

 

 

Key competencies:

• At least 5 years of experience working in the areas of journalism, communications, social media or in the field of advocacy / lobbying, for candidates with no university degree;

• at least 2-6 years of experience for candidates with Bachelor Degree in journalism, communications, social media or other related fields;

• at least 1-4 years of experience for Candidates with Masters Degree in relevant field.

 

Language Requirements

• Fluency in Arabic is required with working knowledge of English an advantage.

 

Other relevant information:

To be communicated further if any

To apply please visit our website www.ctg.org alternatively you may use this direct link https://recruitmentctg.force.com/xcdrecruit__Site_ExternalPositionDetails?id=a1124000002rnVZ

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