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9 May 2017

Membership & Marketing Internships Job - East African Wild Life Society

Responsibilities

  • Assists in the implementation of the EAWLS Communications Strategy;
  • Assist in the implementation of the membership recruitment and retention strategy
  • Promotes and markets the EAWLS brand to improve its image and attract supporters;
  • Assists in developing partnerships and structures in USA, UK and China while reaching out to new membership segments such as the rest of Africa and other Asian countries;
  • Assists in carrying out data entry in the membership database as well as in the Swara online platform;
  • Assists in preparing membership trends and income reports;
  • Assists in handling members correspondences and providing services to members;
  • Attends to walk-in clients and members;
  • Assists in marketing Swara to readers through the subscription model
  • Assists in organising EAWLS events (such as corporate breakfast, lectures and talks);
  • Assists in Swara packaging and dispatch.
  • Assist in marketing advertisement space in Swara
  • Performs other duties as requested by the Head of Communications, Fundraising and Development.

Requirements

  • University degree in Marketing, Public Relation, or other related fields;
  • Excellent business skills (experience in development of marketing strategies will be an added advantage);
  • Hands-on event organizing skills (planning and budgeting)
  • An understanding of, and vocational interest in, environmental conservation, international development, NGO sector and other related fields would be preferred;
  • Excellent oral and written English and Kiswahili with knowledge of other languages an asset
  • Excellent communication interpersonal, organisational, analytical and research skills;
  • Innovative, creative and willing to learn;
  • Passionate about biodiversity conservation;
  • Adherence to EAWLS’s values

How to Apply
Qualified candidates are invited to submit a resume, cover letter, and motivation letter to info@eawildlife.org

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