Purpose of position:
The Communications and Development Intern will be placed in the Fundraising and Development Team to support a wide range of Justice Centre’s external engagement activities and cultivate cross-sector support for the mission and vision of Justice Centre.
Duration of position:
3 months, starting in July 2022. Ideally this is a full time position from Monday to Friday, but part time and flexible arrangements can be discussed.
If the successful applicant could commit 6 months to this role, they will be considered for the position of “Justice Fellow (Communications and Development)“.
- Develop and implement school and public engagement activities and events to inspire philanthropic giving and drive awareness of refugee and human rights issues in line with Justice Centre’s communications strategies;
- Assist with the production of Justice Centre’s communications products in line with the Justice Centre brand, including: newsletters, social media contents, webs contents, general information leaflets, and event marketing materials;
- Conduct media monitoring and media evaluation to contribute to Justice Centre’s brand management and relevant work;
- Work with the Donor Relations Officer to contribute to Justice Centre’s individual giving programme;
- Work with the Development Manager, Donor Relations Officer and Senior Advocacy and Communications Officer to support several donor engagement events per year, including but not limited to the Hong Kong Human Rights Arts Prize;
- Identify opportunities for community engagement and coordinate Justice Centre’s presence at external engagement opportunities; and
- Perform other duties as assigned by the Senior Advocacy and Communications Officer or Executive Director.
- Current students or graduates in Communications, Journalism, Marketing, International Relations, Law, Social Sciences or equivalent field
- Strong English and Chinese (Cantonese) verbal and written communication skills for different audiences at different levels, and ability to explain complex issues in an appealing and concise way
- Passion for refugee and migration issues
- Self-driven; attention to detail
- Interpersonal skills and ability to work as part of a team
- High computer literacy
- The right to work in Hong Kong
- Fair understanding of forced migration issues, such as asylum and human trafficking
- Experience working in an NGO environment
- Familiarity of working with vulnerable people
To apply, please e-mail your CV and statement of interest (including preferred weekly work day/hours) to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line ‘Communications & Development Intern’.
Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Please apply as soon as possible.