Broadcast Media Assistant
до 81 500 руб.
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The U.S. Embassy in Moscow is seeking individual for the position of Broadcast Media Assistant in the Public Affairs Section.
Basic Function of Position:
- The incumbent functions as the primary Information Office contact with the Russian broadcast media.
- Sets up press briefings, interviews, arranges press coverage of Embassy events, responds to press inquiries, and assists Senior Media Advisor, the Assistant Information Officers, and the Information Officer in Embassy press outreach.
- The incumbent maintains a thorough familiarity with the contents of Russia’s broadcast media, and uses that knowledge to benefit all USG programs, activities, and visitors in Russia. The incumbent drafts and translates press releases, press articles, blog posts and other items.
All applicants must address each selection criterion detailed below with specific and comprehensive information supporting each item – this is in addition to sending a CV/Resume. Please see steps on how to apply below.
- University degree in humanities is required.
- Three to five years in the field of mass media, public relations, cultural affairs or intercultural communication is required.
- Level IV (fluent) proficiency in speaking and reading in both English and Russian is required. Will be tested.
- Good knowledge of the Russian media environment is required. Good understanding of U.S. and Russian social, cultural, and governmental institutions as well as foreign policy is required. Good knowledge of host country’s media, political, economic, social, and educational structures is required.
- Ability to develop and maintain working level contacts in the broadcast media and cultural community is required. Ability to manage programs and to assist others, as needed, is required. Ability to draft media summaries, blog posts, and other short messages in Russian and English is required.
CLOSING DATE FOR THIS POSITION: June 22, 2010