Come join our advocacy and campaigning

Come join our advocacy and campaigning

We are strengthening our documentation, advocacy, and campaigning efforts to protect student activists and human rights defenders.

SAIH is a solidarity and development organization that has worked for over 60 years with partners around the world to promote education and academic freedom as a human right.

Through varied networks globally, program partners in seven countries, as well as local chapters and over 50 member organizations throughout Norway, we fight for everyone to have access to inclusive, quality higher education in a world with fair distribution and democracy without human rights violations.

Come join our fight to protect students and scholars! At a time of growing authoritarianism and declining democracies globally, we are strengthening our documentation, advocacy, and campaigning efforts to protect student activists and human rights defenders.

We’re establishing a new social media role to help shape and accelerate this work. The social media advisor will join a cross functional project team, report to the Head of Communications and Advocacy and be part of the Communications and Advocacy Department.

Solidarity, inclusion, and participation are values that form the foundation of our work culture. As an advisor in the SAIH-team, you’re expected to work independently and develop the project and your role.

Responsibilities:

  • Plan and develop content for social media to raise awareness, engagement and spark action related to SAIH’s key advocacy areas such as human rights, higher education, and academic freedom.
  • Support the development and implementation of campaign strategies, messaging, and content.
  • Contribute to the development of SAIH’s voice in public discourse related to the key areas of our work.
  • Identify opportunities for joint initiatives with SAIH partners

About you:

You are interested in international politics and human rights. The successful candidate has a mature and flexible attitude, displaying strong project and time management skills. Proven ability to work independently and demonstrate creative and analytical thinking.

Skills and experience:

  • Proven results with social media as tool for campaigning and advocacy
  • Proven results from content production and strategy development
  • Proven experience to multitask, take initiative and work under limited supervision
  • Fluent in Norwegian. Excellent cross-cultural communications skills in English - oral and written. Knowledge of Spanish is an asset.
  • Expertise on the human rights situation for student activists is an asset
  • Capacity to see the big picture but have a keen attention to detail, design and be hands-on
  • Willingness to work in a team and to communicate with colleagues, as well as an eagerness to learn and network

SAIH can offer:

  • A good and inclusive work environment - SAIH is certified a Great Place to Work.
  • Flexible working hours, possibility to work partly from home, welfare money and workout during office hours.
  • Salary placement from pay grade 53-62 in the state salary scale (493 700-573 900 NOK), and promotions up to pay grade 70.
  • Membership in KLPs pension scheme.
  • Travel insurance.
  • Brand new office space (in an old but renovated building) in Grønland, central Oslo.

If you have questions about the position: contact Head of Communications and Advocacy, Hilde Sofie Pettersen, via email: hilde.pettersen@saih.no.

If you want to apply: send a short application letter (maksimum one page) and your CV to stilling@saih.no.

Application deadline November 8. Interviews to take place week 45 and 46. We will evaluate applications as they are received.

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