Communication & Marketing Manager
Marketing and Communication
Spanda Foundation is an International Civil Society Organisation (ICSO) to catalyse sustainable long-term systemic change in consciousness, culture, education, health & environments, economics and research. Spanda is an organisation in Consultative Status with the United Nation Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC).
The Marketing and Communication position provides strategic and technical leadership for the critical communications, social media and membership functions at Spanda:
• Developing and delivering our global communications strategy;
• External positioning of Spanda, including branding and messaging;
• Identifying, managing and mitigating reputational risks; and
• Ensuring effective member recruitment, engagement, and retention.
The Officer is expected to demonstrate the ability to think strategically and creatively, communicate effectively, and lead the drive for strong communication and membership results.
The Spanda Foundation has a cross-cultural goal, aiming to a better understanding among people through a deeper knowledge of their mutual cultures, ideas, traditions, faiths and beliefs in a dialogue intended to stimulate cultural diversity. At the heart of this mission is an aspiration to contribute to the achievement of a higher state of consciousness. Spanda is particularly interested in projects that encourage freedom of inquiry, imagination, insight, creativity and expression. Spanda is active in promoting individual and collective development, culture,
education, health, the environment, microfinance, scientific initiatives and projects that add social value by fostering creative solutions and strategic resources and that, by serving the common good, may advance human progress and enrich communities towards a more just, sustainable and peaceful world.
Spanda, as independent facilitator between the official public bodies, the academic world and the cultural and scientific fields, seeks to achieve its aims by means of research; by publishing studies, organizing and promoting cultural events, courses and training programs, and by distributing educational content; by providing information, comprehensive training, equipment, consultations, and exhibition opportunities to independent and public cultural and scientific operators; by awarding grants, prizes and scholarships; by fostering the preparation of essential human, academic, professional and scientific resources and expertise for the highest quality of professional performance; by gathering and disseminating accurate information through catalogues, databases, journals, photographic archives, publications, and other compendia; by sharing of expertise, direct exchange of research and experience through conferences, symposia, seminars and other professional meetings; by maintaining a library and documentation centre, and all other activities, endeavours, ventures and undertakings, none excluded, consistent with its institutional aim and deemed useful to its achievement. The Foundation acts in an advisory capacity to governments, parliaments and social organizations.