Responsible for editing technical and communications documents for Cardno implemented USAID Biodiversity and Women's Economic Empowerment projects.
19th May, 2020
The Copy/Content editor will be responsible for editing a range of technical and communications documents for Cardno implemented USAID Biodiversity and Women’s Economic Empowerment projects in Papua New Guinea. Document types can include quarterly and annual reports, technical reports, workshop and program design documents, and a variety of communication products both general and focused on specific audiences and issues.
Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to:
Drafting and/or coordinating development of communication products in support of overall project objectives or specific areas of focus
Working with consortium partners to design overall communication strategies related to specific project goals
Copy edit and formatting of reports, workshop reports, work/program concept documents, etc., that conform to Cardno and USAID standards
Preparation of outlines of documents as needed by project teams
Assisting the Chief of Party and Deputy Chief of Party, or their designee, as needed on communication products, reports, and other editing assignments
Prepare technical memos/letters as assigned to facilitate communications with Government of Papua New Guinea representatives
Provide comment and review of products submitted by consortium team members
Minimum 7 years of relevant experience in copy and content editing, formatting, document preparation and/or communications support, preferably to USAID or other donor supported project
Minimum bachelor degree in English or related field
Fluency in English (native speaker or equivalent preferred) with excellent grammar skills
Proficient Microsoft Office Suite (PowerPoint, Outlook, Word, Excel)
Knowledge of issues in Papua New Guinea related to women’s empowerment and biodiversity conservation
Knowledge of PNG government structure, politics, and protocols
Work will be assigned on a task order basis to the successful applicant.