The British Council seeks two communications specialists to provide strategic and technical oversight to deliver the communications objectives of the Strengthening Resilience programme in two regions.

Location The Maghreb (Morocco,Tunisia ) or The Levant (Jordan, Lebanon) or UK
Duration 16 September 2019 – 15 September 2020 (option to extend to 31 December 2020)
Closing date Thursday 05 September 2019

Role overview
The Strengthening Resilience – MENA II (SR2) programme is funded by the European Union and delivered by a consortium led by the British Council. It began with a pilot in 2015 and its current phase will continue until January 2021. It is under implementation in the Maghreb (Morocco & Tunisia) and the Levant (Lebanon & Jordan).

Resilience is the ability of individuals and communities to recover, keep going and grow through adversity. Resilient individuals are the “self-starters” who both take advantage of and create opportunities for themselves and others. Resilient communities use their social and political ties to negotiate solutions to the problems they face. The Strengthening Resilience (SR) programme aims to build young people’s resilience – their ability to “survive and thrive” whatever pressures and hazards they confront.

The Consultants will each be responsible for developing communication strategies in Jordan and Lebanon (Regional Strategist Levant) or Morocco and Tunisia (Regional Strategist Maghreb) which support programme communications and campaign specific objectives, drawing on industry standards and integrating the approach with activity from other relevant programme workstreams.

The Consultants will also provide technical support to Communications Managers in their respective country teams, review the quality of their work and guide them on industry standards and best practice. The Consultants will support the learning and capacity building of partners and team in communications and facilitate sharing of tools and knowledge for this purpose.

The Consultants will work closely with their counterpart in the Maghreb or Levant and with the Project Directors and Communications Managers in their respective countries. They will be accountable to the Programme Lead.

Workload: 15-20 working days/calendar month

Arabic (native or bilingual proficiency)
French (professional working proficiency) – Regional Strategist Maghreb only
English (professional working proficiency)
Understanding of communications industry standards and best practice
Proven experience designing, implementing and evaluating insight-led communications strategies and campaigns for behaviour change in complex socio-cultural contexts.
Demonstrated experience of building trust and collaborative relationships and partnerships with government and civil society organisations in hard-to-reach or fragile environments in Lebanon and/or Jordan (Regional Strategist Levant) or Morocco and/or Tunisia (Regional Strategist Maghreb)
Track record of building capacity of colleagues and beneficiaries through effective mentoring, coaching and training.
Experience in successfully influencing and managing a wide range of internal and external stakeholders.
Demonstrated experience implementing monitoring and evaluation tools and frameworks to measure and assess campaign impact.
Note: Applicants must have the existing right to work in either Jordan/Lebanon, or Morocco/Tunisia or UK.

How to apply
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