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Regional Online Communications Producer, The World Bank, Buenos Aires, Argentina

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    Note: If the selected candidate is a current Bank Group staff member with a regular or Open-Ended appointment, s/he will retain her/his regular or Open-Ended
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      Note: If the selected candidate is a current Bank Group staff member
      with a regular or Open-Ended appointment, s/he will retain her/his
      regular or Open-Ended appointment. All others will be offered a two year
      renewable term appointment.

      Background/General Description:
      The Latin America and the Caribbean External Affairs group (LCREA) is a
      dynamic team of communications professionals dedicated to advancing the
      World Bank's mission in the region. Knowledgeable, multilingual, and
      multicultural, the team brings to its task a mix of adaptable skills and
      experience. LCREA generates the enabling environment for the successful
      implementation of the Bank's Latin America and the Caribbean
      development strategies, programs, and projects by building partnerships
      that provide stakeholders with important information and advice related
      to development choices and risks. The aim of LCREA is to improve
      understanding and support among key audiences (external and internal)
      for an agenda that centers on raising the region's voice on global
      issues while supporting, at the national level, economic and social
      development that benefits all people, not just elites. It advances that
      agenda by influencing decision makers and opinion builders, by
      articulating the region's issues in clear and actionable terms, and,
      as noted, by building coalitions to pursue those issues.

      LCREA is looking for an enthusiastic and talented Regional Online
      Communications Producer to be responsible for supporting this strategy
      and communicating the region's goals, results and challenges through its
      website - www.worldbank.org/LAC.

      The World Bank's Latin America and the Caribbean website is a
      primary vehicle for communicating with a global audience on the
      Bank's work and results in the region.

      This position will be based in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

      Duties and Accountabilities
      The Regional Online Communications Producer supports the day-to-day
      operations of the World Bank's Latin America and the Caribbean
      website sections, including:
      • Helping maintain the regional web editorial calendar.
      • Preparing, packaging and adapting content for the web in English
      and Spanish, as well as other languages when appropriate.
      • Ensuring that web content is optimized for search engines.
      • Coordinating the translation of content for the web in English,
      Spanish, Portuguese and other languages when appropriate.
      • Creating and publishing graphics, multimedia, video, and audio
      content in English and Spanish, as well as other languages when
      appropriate.
      • Ensuring that content complies with the Bank's web standards.
      • Publishing content to the VPU site sections, using the Bank's
      content management system.
      • Compiling and publishing reports on metrics.
      • Composing newsletters and managing distribution of e-mail alerts
      • Archiving content.

      Selection Criteria
      • Bachelor's degree (or equivalent) in interactive
      communications, journalism, marketing or other related field; some
      relevant experience working on the web.
      • Excellent written and spoken command of Spanish. Full command of
      English.
      • Experience working with content management systems, html, and
      Photoshop.
      • Experience creating multimedia and interactive content (such as
      slideshows, videos, and timelines).
      • Familiarity with search engine optimization and web marketing and
      metrics.
      • Demonstrated understanding of social media communications
      principles and other web 2.0 technologies.
      • Good time-management skills and eye for detail.
      • Good level of initiative, judgment, and decisiveness in
      accomplishing tasks.
      • Ability to work capably under stress and to juggle multiple tasks
      within tight deadlines.
      • Strong diplomatic, interpersonal, and teamwork skills; sensitivity
      to working in a multicultural environment.


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