Job opportunity at IWPR (Deadline : 29 May 2015)

Job Titles : Creative Hub Manager, Rwanda

Based : Kigali, Rwanda

Salary : Competitive

Reporting to : Deputy Country Director, Rwanda

Start Date : Immediate

Apply : Via email with CV and covering letter to rwjobs@iwpr.net

Deadline : 29th May 2015

IWPR, an international NGO with over 20 years’ experience worldwide, is recruiting for two roles in Rwanda a Project Manager and a Creative Hub Manager.

About IWPR

IWPR, Rwanda is a country office of the parent company, the Institute for War and Peace Reporting, headquartered in the UK and the US. In Rwanda, IWPR provides a wide range of services from policy consultation to training in media and direct technical assistance for entities and institutions responsible for implementing the media reforms. IWPR Rwanda was responsible for the launch and management of a business incubator the Rwanda Creative Hub.

Creative Hub Manager Summary

IWPR’s Rwanda Creative Hub project provides grants and on-going technical and creative guidance to start-up companies in the creative sector. The Creative Hub Manager works in close coordination with the Country Director, Deputy Country Director, and Creative Hub Consultants to manage all grant activities from beginning to end. This includes managing the application process, drafting contracts, supporting grantees through regular meetings, training and mentoring and reporting to the donor.

Person Specification

Experience

University degree ;

Excellent computer and social media skills. Website building skills – desirable ;

Experience in the business sector preferably with start up businesses ;

Experience in the not for profit sector ;

Demonstrated project management, leadership, and organizational skills ;

Excellent written and spoken English ;

Team-player with excellent interpersonal skills ;

An understanding of the creative industries in Rwanda.

How to apply :

Step 1 : Check on the website : iwpr.net/vacancies for the full job description

Step 2 : Apply by sending a cover letter explaining why your skills and experience meet the job description and a curriculum vitae to rwjobs@iwpr.net.

UMUSEKE.RW

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Job opportunity at IWPR (Deadline : 29 May 2015)

Job Titles : Creative Hub Manager, Rwanda

Based : Kigali, Rwanda

Salary : Competitive

Reporting to : Deputy Country Director, Rwanda

Start Date : Immediate

Apply : Via email with CV and covering letter to rwjobs@iwpr.net

Deadline : 29th May 2015

IWPR, an international NGO with over 20 years’ experience worldwide, is recruiting for two roles in Rwanda a Project Manager and a Creative Hub Manager.

About IWPR

IWPR, Rwanda is a country office of the parent company, the Institute for War and Peace Reporting, headquartered in the UK and the US. In Rwanda, IWPR provides a wide range of services from policy consultation to training in media and direct technical assistance for entities and institutions responsible for implementing the media reforms. IWPR Rwanda was responsible for the launch and management of a business incubator the Rwanda Creative Hub.

Creative Hub Manager Summary

IWPR’s Rwanda Creative Hub project provides grants and on-going technical and creative guidance to start-up companies in the creative sector. The Creative Hub Manager works in close coordination with the Country Director, Deputy Country Director, and Creative Hub Consultants to manage all grant activities from beginning to end. This includes managing the application process, drafting contracts, supporting grantees through regular meetings, training and mentoring and reporting to the donor.

Person Specification

Experience

University degree ;

Excellent computer and social media skills. Website building skills – desirable ;

Experience in the business sector preferably with start up businesses ;

Experience in the not for profit sector ;

Demonstrated project management, leadership, and organizational skills ;

Excellent written and spoken English ;

Team-player with excellent interpersonal skills ;

An understanding of the creative industries in Rwanda.

How to apply :

Step 1 : Check on the website : iwpr.net/vacancies for the full job description

Step 2 : Apply by sending a cover letter explaining why your skills and experience meet the job description and a curriculum vitae to rwjobs@iwpr.net.

UMUSEKE.RW

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