The Human Rights Law Network is a collective of Indian lawyers and social activists who provide legal support to the vulnerable and disadvantaged sections of society.
About the job posts
Following are the job posts that HRLN are offering for their human rights law network.
Human Resource Manager
The Communications Head will be working out of HRLN’s head office in Delhi.
Primary responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Operate and Administer the social media properties of the Human Rights Law Network.
Overseeing the development and analytics of the organization’s website.
Conceptualizing the media strategy for initiatives to build brand awareness of the Human Rights Law network.
Fostering media relationships to feature human Rights Law Network nationwide.
Initiating and managing strategic relationships to collaborate with other human rights organisations, Educational Institutions and media outlets.
Conceiving of special events, campaigns and initiatives to achieve organisational goals.
Serving as the primary liaison with print and online reporters.
Preferred Qualifications and Skills:
Strong commitment to human rights.
Exceptional writing and presentation skills.
Competency in website management/maintenance and social media marketing platform.
8+ years of relevant work experience in marketing and communications/PR. (HRLN are open to less experience for the right person, especially someone who is passionate about communicating human rights narratives).
Significant organization building skills and management experience.
To apply please send your C.V. to media[at]hrln.org and mention ‘Application for Communications Head’ in the subject.
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