Switzerland: Intern

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Mar 142018

Organization: Cordoba Foundation of Geneva
Country: Switzerland
Closing date: 21 Mar 2018

Cordoba Foundation of Geneva (CFG):

The Cordoba Foundation of Geneva is a Swiss non-governmental non-profit organization working on peace promotion. The CFG was established in Geneva in 2002 to foster research and dialogue on peace issues, and to promote exchange between cultures and civilizations. It focuses on tensions and polarizations in all societies where Muslims live, and aims to enhance theoretical and practical conflict transformation resources in Muslim majority countries.

The CFG works with an extensive network of partners including think tanks, civil society organizations, research centers, foundations, governments, and individuals to initiate and support activities that build trust and favor mutual respect and reconciliation. The CFG provides a distinctive expertise, and a culturally sensitive approach in dealing with conflicts.

The main programs of the CFG

The CFG has a track record of programs, mediation initiatives and training interventions focused on the promotion of peaceful political participation of all sectors of society, including those with a religious reference. Many of these programs are jointly implemented by the CFG and the “Religion-Politics-Conflict” desk of the Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs.

The main programs of the CFG are currently aimed at 1) Addressing the challenges to peaceful transition, including sectarian tensions, in the MENA region; 2) Encouraging peaceful interaction between communities in the Sahel; 3) Promoting political participation on North Africa; and 4) Preventing Violent Extremism in MENA and the Sahel region. By reinforcing mechanisms for the transformation of violent or potentially violent conflicts, especially those with a religious dimension, the overall objective of these programs is to contribute to peaceful coexistence between groups with different worldviews. They aim to enhance the capacity and networks of conflict transformation actors, develop a common and collective understanding of conflicts and support local transformation initiatives.


The CFG is seeking an Intern in Communications and Fundraising, to work with the Foundation for a period of three months.

The Intern’s duties will include:

  • Further enhancing and implementing the CFG’s Communications Strategy.
  • Assisting the staff and the webmaster in keeping the website up to date, appealing and relevant.
  • Further developing and implementing the CFG’s Fundraising Strategy.
  • Managing and developing the different social network accounts of the Foundation.
  • Assisting in the organization of events, or other duties on an ad-hoc basis, if required.


  • Second- or Third-year student in communication, marketing or similar. Knowledge in graphic design would be an asset;
  • Languages: Proficiency in English and French. Knowledge of Arabic would be a strong asset;
  • Excellent organizational skills, and close attention to detail;
  • Excellent knowledge of social network management;
  • Good knowledge in maintaining a website;
  • Creativity, independence and pro-activity are essential qualities for this position
  • Authorization to work in Switzerland.


  • For three months as from April 2018, full-time or close to full-time.


Please be aware that internships with the CFG are not paid, though a small stipend to help with lunch and transport may be provided.

How to apply:

If you wish to apply please send your CV (maximum 2 pages), and a cover letter to clearly stating “CFG Internship application”.

The deadline for applications is March 21, 2018.

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Switzerland: Visual communications intern

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Mar 102018

Organization: International Service for Human Rights
Country: Switzerland
Closing date: 06 Apr 2018

The International Service for Human Rights (ISHR), Geneva office is offering an internship with the communications team.

The preferred starting date for the internship would be 7 May 2018.

ISHR is an equal opportunity employer. We encourage all qualified candidates to apply, irrespective of ethnic origin, gender, age, etc.


This internship with ISHR offers a unique opportunity for communications students to be involved in and learn about the communications activities of a leading international human rights non-governmental organisation.

The intern will be based at ISHR’s Geneva office and will receive exposure to the international human rights non-governmental community.


To develop the NGO experience of a visual communications student.

The intern will:

· Apply their skills, knowledge and experience in the area of visual communications

· Acquire experience working for an international human rights NGO

· Broaden their professional competencies

The opportunity

The communications team is now offering an internship in which the incumbent will apply and develop a range of visual communications skills through practical exposure to the daily activities of a human rights NGO.

Responsibilities and duties may include:

· Video production, editing, posting

· Event photography, photo editing and publishing

· Website maintenance

· Drafting, editing, publishing online articles on human rights issues

· Production of publications and marketing materials

· Graphic design

· Event planning, coordination and management

· 10-15% of administrative tasks

The applicant will also be required to perform the following:

· Database management

· Administration support to the communications team

· Translation and proofreading (if applicable)

The ideal applicant

To be considered, applicants should be undertaking studies in the field of communication, marketing, graphic design or similar, or have recently completed such studies. They should also possess:

· Excellent written and oral communication skills in English (professional level fluency). French and/or Spanish are an advantage.

· Excellent IT skills including a good command of Word, Excel and Powerpoint

· Good command of InDesign and Photoshop

· Interest in social media

· Excellent social skills and ability to multi-task

· Desire to acquire experience working in a multicultural environment and interest in the work of a human rights NGO

· Full or part-time availability for a period of two to three months

· Swiss or EU citizen/Permit B or C

ISHR welcomes applications from candidates without any or with limited work experience.

Please note:

This is an unpaid internship. Travel costs, travel arrangements and accommodation are the responsibility of the intern. ISHR covers the cost of the Geneva public transport card, and accident insurance. ISHR also offers a strong professional development and training plan. For more information, please visit our website:

How to apply:

Applicants should submit the following by email to :

· A cover letter including ideal internship duration and possible start date

· A current CV

· A sample of communications work is also welcomed (graphic design, writing, photography, short video, …)

IMPORTANT: Your email subject should be “GENEVA Visual Communication Internship”. If you use a different subject line, your application may not be considered.

The deadline for application is Friday 6 April 2018, 23:59 pm, Geneva time. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Interviews are expected to take place between 17 and 19 April, 2018.

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Switzerland: Senior Social Media Officer

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Mar 082018

Organization: UN High Commissioner for Refugees
Country: Switzerland
Closing date: 15 Mar 2018


The Senior Social Media Officer (P4) plays a lead role in developing and executing UNHCR’s social media strategy with an eye to strengthening engagement with key audiences in support of UNHCR’s operational, advocacy, media and fundraising objectives. This entails developing sophisticated plans to leverage social media content, platforms, networks and partners in line with the key priorities and audiences for the Division of External Relations (DER). In making these judgments, the incumbent will report directly to the Chief of Section, Content Production, and work closely with the Chief of Section, News and Media, and the Head of the Global Desk (New York) under the overall leadership of the Head, Communications and Public Information Service/ Spokesperson for the High Commissioner.

This role includes directly managing the global English social media managers; working closely with the rest of the Content Production Section, the News and Media Section and other teams across DER; and coordinating with all other relevant actors across the organization, including field-based PI and social media managers for other languages and within country and regional offices. The incumbent will also build relationships with the social media platforms themselves (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snap, etc.) and with social media editors at leading news and media organizations, helping to secure external placement of UNHCR content and enhance coverage of UNHCR’s work and the plight of refugees.
The incumbent will also lead the development and refinement of UNHCR’s global social media presence, ensuring that our accounts are structured and used in ways that are effective at engaging target audiences and that an appropriate social media crisis communications protocol is in place to address and avert potentially damaging conversations about UNHCR. This includes strengthening coordination and editorial planning among UNHCR social media managers around the globe to support media relations, advocacy, awareness-raising and fundraising objectives as well as strengthening analytics to inform the social media strategy and work-plans. The incumbent will also lead the development of social media guidelines and training for staff, helping them to use their personal accounts appropriately and effectively to communicate about refugees and UNHCR.


  • UNHCR has a social media strategy that advances the organization”s broader communications goals and maximizes engagement with priority audiences.
  • UNHCR’s social media content is developed and managed in line with UNHCR’s strategic objectives targeting clearly defined audiences, i.e. news media, influencers, targeted public demographics, governments, private donors, persons of concern, etc.
  • UNHCR produces effective, innovative and strategic cutting-edge social media content and campaigns to inform and engage external audiences.
  • Responsibility
  • Establish, through a clear consultative process, a social media strategy for UNHCR that focuses on DER’s primary audiences (news media, targeted public audiences, donors, host countries, etc.) and includes a forward-looking assessment of UNHCR’s global social media presence; outline resources needed, expected outputs and clear implementation plans for proposed changes.
  • In accordance with DER’s communications objectives, drive production of high-impact social media content that effectively informs and engages external audiences and supports media and advocacy campaigns.
  • Provide vision and leadership for the use of UNHCR’s core social media accounts (notably the global English accounts on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, etc.) and supporting the Digital Engagement Section and Private Sector Partnerships with regard to social media marketing.
  • Manage, according to clear principles, access to UNHCR’s core social media accounts, ensuring their security and accountability.
  • Develop, in collaboration with the News and Media Section and other key stakeholders in DER, an appropriate social media crisis communications protocol to address and avert potentially damaging conversations about UNHCR.
  • Establish and nurture relationships within global media partners (including news organizations, social media companies and relevant technology leaders) to strengthen UNHCR’s social media content and help it reach a wide audience.
  • Develop, in collaboration with the News and Media Section and other key stakeholders in UNHCR, guidance on the use of social media in the context of new emergencies to help UNHCR provide credible, real-time information that supports media and fundraising objectives.
  • Participate in relevant professional meetings and events to build active relationships across the industry; represent the organization externally when required.
  • Coordinate and manage strategic consolidation of UNHCR social media accounts and update, as needed, UNHCR’s guidance for staff use of social media.
  • In cooperation with the Strategic Communications Section, ensure high-level message and branding consistency in social media content and platforms.
  • Establish clear performance and measurement metrics for all social media accounts and campaigns to effectively inform results-based decision making and to monitor and drive the effective use of resources.
  • Support and help shape clear social media guidelines, advice and training programmes to support the production and sharing of high-impact social media content by staff performing various external relations functions.
  • Authority
  • Decide on and enforce UNHCR’s social media strategy.
  • Decide on social media content for UNHCR’s core social media accounts and platforms reaching different target communities.
  • Oversee development and distribution of social media content, including UNHCR’s social media presence.
  • Allocate resources required to implement UNHCR’s social media strategy within the delegated authority.


  • Graduate degree (equivalent of a Master’s) in journalism, communications, English, international relations, or related field plus minimum 8 years of relevant work experience in progressively responsible functions producing, editing and disseminating multimedia content for international audiences. 
  • Undergraduate degree (equivalent of a BA/BS) plus 9 years or Doctorate degree (equivalent of a PhD) plus 7 years of previous relevant work experience may also be accepted. 
  •  Minimum 5 years developing, managing and evaluating social media platforms for public engagement and communications, at least three of them in an international context. 
  •  Sophisticated understanding of the social media landscape, including trends in new tools and platforms, and particularly those gaining traction among news companies and international organizations. 
  •  Established relationships with social media editors at leading news and media organizations who can be called on to help share UNHCR content.
  • Proven track record in managing large social media accounts (over 250,000 followers, and ideally over 1 million followers), including advanced knowledge and experience with strategy, posting, influencers and evaluation. 
  • Experience managing reputational risk on social media, ideally through the development of a crisis communications protocol. 
  • Demonstrated ability to write and edit social media posts to a standard high enough for immediate publication. 
  •  Experience using advanced tools for social media publishing, monitoring and marketing, such as SocialFlow, Hootsuite, Sprout Social, or Radian6 Buddy Media Social Studio. 
  •  Experience producing and interpreting social media analytics to inform strategy and work plans. 
  • Experience developing, launching and evaluating social media campaigns. 
  •  Proven experience in delivery of social media content and engagement in support of media relations, public awareness, advocacy and fundraising goals. 
  • Substantial experience of working in sensitive and fast-moving news, communications, advocacy and/or fundraising contexts. 
  • Strong diplomatic skills, highly developed political skills and judgment, understanding of UNHCR’s external relationships, solid grasp of the news business, and ability to discern when the organization’s credibility is at stake. 
  • Fluency in English. 
  • Working knowledge of another relevant UN language (preferably French).


  • Experience and understanding of the role of brand in building audience.
  • Experience and knowledge of the principles of organizational change management.
  • Experience training and advising senior leadership to use social media.
  • Experience working in an international non-profit context, or ability to demonstrate experience of an equivalent working context that required delivery of both financial and non-financial objectives.

How to apply:

Interested candidates should apply on the UNHCR Career Page/international vacancies section here:

Deadline for applications: 15 March 2018 (midnight Geneva time).

The UNHCR workforce consists of many diverse nationalities, cultures, languages and opinions. UNHCR seeks to sustain and strengthen this diversity to ensure equal opportunities as well as an inclusive working environment for its entire workforce. Applications are encouraged from all qualified candidates without distinction on grounds of race, colour, sex, national origin, age, religion, disability, sexual orientation and gender identity.

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Marketing Sekretär (m/w) Telemarketing 30 – 50 %, Zweisimmen, Bern

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Mar 042018

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Mar 022018

Organization: International Commission of Jurists
Country: Switzerland
Closing date: 12 Apr 2018

The International Commission of Jurists (ICJ) is a worldwide network of judges and lawyers united since 1952 in affirming international law and rule of law principles that advance human rights.

The ICJ seeks a Director of Fundraising and Development to lead the organization’s efforts to secure (and increase) the resources needed to carry out its mission of defending human rights and the rule of law around the world. The Director will create and implement a strategic development plan that will expand upon and diversify the existing donor base of governments and foundations.

The ideal candidate will be a creative and experienced professional who has held senior positions, including management positions in the field of fundraising and development, and is excited to work with dedicated staff from diverse backgrounds increasingly working around the world to protect and promote human rights.

The position is currently based at ICJ headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland, but other European cities may be considered.


Reporting directly to the Secretary-General, the Director of Fundraising and Development has the the following responsibilities:

  1. Strategic Development Planning: Establish and implement short, medium and long-term development strategies to meet the funding needs of the organization.

  2. Fundraising/Development: Manage the ICJ’s fundraising and development activities to ensure a balanced and sustainable donor base, including governmental, foundation, individual and corporate support, including :

· Researching and identifying new sources of funding, particularly from private donors;

· Preparation of institutional, programme and project proposals and budgets for governmental and private donors based on their specifications and requirements;

· Preparation of donor narrative reports and financial acquittals;

· Management and tracking of existing grants and funding applications to ensure the timely submission of proposals, updates, narrative and financial reports;

· Consolidation of global budget preparation and forecasting;

· Planning and organizing of fundraising trips, events and other donor cultivation and stewardship activities;

· Developing and writing of communication materials for fundraising;

· Supervise ICJ narrative and financial reporting to ensure compliance with donor requirements and appropriate due diligence standards;

· Strengthen the Results Based Management culture across the organization through institutional capacity building and change management;

· Liaise and support Programme Managers in the regions ensuring coherence throughout the different stages of the Project Cycle Management.

  1. Staff Supervision: Supervise the work of the Fundraising and Development Department staff, interns and consultants, including recruitment, induction, professional development, managing and evaluating the performance of staff of the department, building effective teams, defining job descriptions, work-plans and terms of reference, and overseeing the work of the department’s staff.

4. Work with ICJ programmes:** Maintain supportive working relations with all regional and thematic programme directors and the Director of Finance and Administration.

  1. Representation: As agreed with the Secretary-General, represent the ICJ externally, including representing the ICJ to governments, foundations, individual, and other potential supporters of the organizations’ work, delivering public speeches and otherwise raising the public profile of the ICJ.

6. Communication: Work closely with the Director of Communications to ensure a consistent message in all public materials produced by the Development Department, including Fundraising Documents and reports to donors, to ensure the highest quality and consistency is maintained.

7. ICJ Network: In collaboration with staff responsible for the network, develop and implement strategies to engage and mobilize the ICJ network of Commissioners, National Sections and Affiliated Organizations in fundraising activities for the work of the ICJ and its network.

  1. Resources & Finances: In conjunction with staff responsible for finance, manage the department’s resources and budget, including taking responsibility for budget preparation, monitoring and approval of the department’s expenditure based on agreed budgets.

  2. Senior Management: Participate actively in the collective, senior management of the ICJ, through meetings and decision-making of the Management Team and contributing to the financial oversight of the organization.

  3. Governance: Assist the Secretary-General in working with the Executive Committee, with special emphasis on providing regular updates and development forecasts to the Executive Committee.

  4. Other responsibilities: Carry out other responsibilities as requested by the Secretary-General.

CONDITIONS: Please state if applicant has a valid work permit for Switzerland.


The successful candidate will have:

Education & Experience

· We are looking for candidates with at least 10 years progressive experience and a track record of success in fundraising management in an international or non-governmental organization;

· A degree in communications, international relations, political science, social sciences, non-profit management, marketing, or a related field. Further academic studies highly desirable and specific fundraising qualifications an asset;

· Excellent applied knowledge and a proven track record of successful fundraising for an international non-governmental organization of comparable size and nature; and

· Demonstrated commitment to human rights.

Essential Skills

· A strategic thinker with creativity;

· Excellent communication, organization and negotiation skills;

· Fluency in English. Additional languages (especially French) an asset;

· Management and leadership capacity, particularly with colleagues in different locations from diverse backgrounds;

· Willingness and ability to travel;

· A sense of humor. .

How to apply:

The ICJ is an equal opportunities employer and values diversity.

APPLICATIONS close on April 12, 2018 for a starting date of 1 May or soon afterwards. But early applications are encouraged and will be considered on a rolling basis.

The application must include a cover letter, resume and names of at least 2 references, sent to:

By email:

Reference: Director of Fundraising & Development

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Switzerland: Fellowship

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Mar 012018

Organization: Universal Rights Group
Country: Switzerland
Closing date: 05 Mar 2018

The Universal Rights Group (URG) is looking for a dynamic individual with a passion for universal human rights, international politics, and policy research, analysis and recommendation.

The URG is a policy think tank focused on the international human rights system and its impact on the ground. The URG has its main office in Geneva, Switzerland, and also has a permanent office in New York. URG is the only think tank in the world focused exclusively on international human rights policy. For more information, see

Universal Rights Group Fellowship

The URG Fellowship is an entry-level opportunity to begin a career within the international human rights system. The Fellowship aims to give the successful applicant a comprehensive grounding in the work of the UN Human Rights Council, its mechanisms, the Treaty Bodies, the wider UN human rights ‘pillar,’ the regional human rights systems, and the ways in which universal norms are translated into domestic improvements in the enjoyment of human rights.

The Fellowship offers a unique opportunity to work at the cutting edge of international human rights knowledge, research and counsel.

The Fellowship is also designed to provide a foundation for, and entryway to, a potential full time analyst position at the URG.


The Fellow will support the work of URG analysts to implement the projects set down by the URG Board of Trustees in the organisation’s two-year Global Strategic Plan. Those projects cover a range of institutional and thematic issues, including: the future of the Special Procedures system; the third cycle of the Universal Periodic Review; review and reform of the Human Rights Council; combatting religious intolerance; mapping religion-inspired reservations to the core human rights conventions; and the emergence and evolution of single national implementation and reporting systems.

Daily responsibilities may vary depending on the project, but would usually include some or all of the following:

  • Desk research, either online or at the UN Library and archives;
  • Helping to organise policy dialogues with interested States, UN officials and NGOs;
  • Interviewing relevant experts and policymakers;
  • Event organisation – e.g. retreats, conferences, Human Rights Council side events;
  • Assistance with communications and marketing;
  • Maintenance of URG’s website, including uploading new content.
  • Preparation and dissemination of URG email notifications.
  • Preparing initial drafts of chapters (for policy reports and policy briefs), under supervision and as appropriate;
  • Writing articles and blogs about UN human rights developments.
  • Brainstorming around key questions, challenges, opportunities and possible recommendations to UN policymakers.

Qualifications and competences

The Fellowship is an entry-level professional scheme designed to provide recent graduates from Masters level (or above) degree courses with a first professional experience in the world of international human rights policy.

Applicants should therefore have recently completed a post-graduate degree (e.g. Masters, PhD) in a relevant field, such as human rights, international relations, international politics, or international law.

Applicants should have strong research and drafting skills; a keen interest in and knowledge of universal human rights, including UN human rights institutions, mechanisms and policy; and good organisational abilities (e.g. for event management). Applicants should also have an entrepreneurial spirit, be dynamic, and show a demonstrable commitment to human rights and the United Nations system.


The Fellowship is based on a fixed term contract of one year.

The Fellowship is also designed to provide a foundation for, and entryway to, a potential full time analyst position at the URG.


The Fellowship is paid, at a level of 2,600 CHF (gross) per month for the first four months, and rising to 3,000 CHF (gross) thereafter.


The Fellowship is based at URG’s headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland, though travel within and outside of Switzerland may be required.

How to apply:

Application process

Interested candidates are requested to submit their CV (including the contact details of two referees), with motivation letter and writing sample, to: and

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Produkt / Marketing Manager D/F/E(m/w), Kanton Zürich

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Feb 282018

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Performance Marketing Manager SEA (m/w), Schweiz

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Feb 242018

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Corp. Marketing Manager/in / Campaign Manager/in D/E/F, Kanton Zürich

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Feb 232018

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Key Account & Retail Trade Marketing Manager, Schweiz

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Feb 172018

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