Offer: Job: Marketing Advisor- Africa, Marie Stopes International. Cape Town or Nairobi
Deadline to Apply: 24 August 2012
The Marketing Advisor role is a key contributor to the success and sustainability of Marie Stopes International’s global marketing and behaviour change communication functions. In this capacity, you will ensure the attainment of MSI’s strategic goals by focussing on the effective and efficient use of strategic marketing and communication tools and resources to increase; client flow, motivate healthy behaviours, increase the uptake of family planning and safe abortion products and services and to attract new users to family planning thereby enabling country programs to contribute to national level health impact. You will provide technical leadership to the country programs, the International Program Department and the corporate communication team to achieve evidence based, objectively measurable health impact and outcomes.
You will also be responsible for ensuring collaboration and coordination with key internal and external stakeholders.
This position will involve extensive travel in Africa.
To be considered for this role you should have:
- Significant marketing experience, preferably gained within the reproductive healthcare sector or a related field
- Understanding of the issues that drive reproductive health seeking behaviours especially around family planning
- Demonstrable work experience of team management and leaderships experience
- Extensive work experience in low resource areas or overseas programs
To view the full job framework and to apply online please visit the website below:
About Marie Stopes International (http://www.mariestopes.org/)
Around the world, women trust Marie Stopes International to provide them with a full range of quality sexual and reproductive health services. Our expert teams offer a full range of methods of contraception, and provide women with access to safe abortion services (where legal) and post-abortion care.
Choice is fundamental to everything that we do. We respect the right of women to decide whether and when to have children. It’s about what is most suitable for each individual and for each couple; we give them the information they need to make their own choices.