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Language : English Job title : Assistant Director, Environment Campaign Communications
Company details : IATA
Country: Switzerland
City: Amsterdam
Responsibilities: * Work with the Environment Team, the Corporate Communication Team, the Air Transport Action Group (ATAG) and external agency resources to develop and deliver communications materials in support of an effective advocacy and communications (the Campaign) to improve understanding of aviation’s climate change goals and actions to mitigate its climate change impact. * Develop strong relationships with media and social media influencers covering environment issues and engaged them to generate informed reporting * Maintain strong links with the communication and environment departments within IATA’s member airlines and engage them to amplify the Campaign’s messaging * Monitor media and social media trends in reporting on aviation and the environment and contribute to the Campaign’s overall strategy. * Present the Campaign to external audiences (airlines, industry groups, media, etc.) * Contribute to the strategic development and delivery of the overall Campaign as required. Qualifications: * University degree and at least 10 years of relevant experience in campaign/project management. Professional project management qualifications will be valued; * Fast, with very well--developed organizational, interpersonal, cross-cultural, stakeholder management, presentation and communications skills; * Strong people management skills with ability to motivate and develop team; * Proven leadership skills with the capability to manage multiple stakeholders in a complex and continuously changing environment; * Knowledge or experience of the aviation industry, the European political scene, media/social media, and environment issues will be assets; * Ability to work in high pressure situations and with tight deadlines is essential; * Excellent written and spoken communication skills in English, additional languages an asset. ------------------------- People are at the heart of everything we do at IATA. We all have different personalities, styles and areas of expertise, but we have one thing in common – the way in which we act which is guided by our values: * We build standards through expertise * We champion the global big picture * We partner for mutual benefits * We act with a simple human touch Here at IATA we are proud of being Diverse and Inclusive – we have people with diverse backgrounds who come from all over the world. Together we build a business of freedom where people can be true to themselves in an environment that recognizes good work and personal qualities
Required skills: Reporting to the Vice President Corporate Communications, the incumbent will contribute to a major advocacy and communications campaign (the Campaign) that IATA is launching improve understanding by governments, key decision-makers, decision influencers, key stakeholders and the flying public, of the aviation industry’s response to climate change. The aim is to improve the public policy environment to support aviation in achieving its sustainability goals. The incumbent will have a secondary reporting line to the Director, Aviation Environment. Top responsibilities include developing communications materials, seeking out media opportunities, organizing media events, encouraging Campaign participation, spokesperson duties, contributing to the development and delivery of the Campaign’s media strategy. The Campaign, while global, will have an immediate focus on Europe. It will have a small dedicated team and access to the full spectrum of IATA’s overall capabilities. The Campaign is planned to start immediately and conclude by the end of 2022.
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Assistant Director, Environment Campaign Communications


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English


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Employment type: Not Specified

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Country: Switzerland

City: Geneva

Responsibilities:
* Work with the Environment Team, the Corporate Communication Team, the Air Transport Action Group (ATAG) and external agency resources to develop and deliver communications materials in support of an effective advocacy and communications (the Campaign) to improve understanding of aviation’s climate change goals and actions to mitigate its climate change impact.
* Develop strong relationships with media and social media influencers covering environment issues and engaged them to generate informed reporting
* Maintain strong links with the communication and environment departments within IATA’s member airlines and engage them to amplify the Campaign’s messaging
* Monitor media and social media trends in reporting on aviation and the environment and contribute to the Campaign’s overall strategy.
* Present the Campaign to external audiences (airlines, industry groups, media, etc.)
* Contribute to the strategic development and delivery of the overall Campaign as required.

Qualifications:

* University degree and at least 10 years of relevant experience in campaign/project management. Professional project management qualifications will be valued;
* Fast, with very well--developed organizational, interpersonal, cross-cultural, stakeholder management, presentation and communications skills;
* Strong people management skills with ability to motivate and develop team;
* Proven leadership skills with the capability to manage multiple stakeholders in a complex and continuously changing environment;
* Knowledge or experience of the aviation industry, the European political scene, media/social media, and environment issues will be assets;
* Ability to work in high pressure situations and with tight deadlines is essential;
* Excellent written and spoken communication skills in English, additional languages an asset.

-------------------------

People are at the heart of everything we do at IATA. We all have different personalities, styles and areas of expertise, but we have one thing in common – the way in which we act which is guided by our values:

* We build standards through expertise
* We champion the global big picture
* We partner for mutual benefits
* We act with a simple human touch

Here at IATA we are proud of being Diverse and Inclusive – we have people with diverse backgrounds who come from all over the world. Together we build a business of freedom where people can be true to themselves in an environment that recognizes good work and personal qualities

Required skills:
Reporting to the Vice President Corporate Communications, the incumbent will contribute to a major advocacy and communications campaign (the Campaign) that IATA is launching improve understanding by governments, key decision-makers, decision influencers, key stakeholders and the flying public, of the aviation industry’s response to climate change. The aim is to improve the public policy environment to support aviation in achieving its sustainability goals. The incumbent will have a secondary reporting line to the Director, Aviation Environment.

Top responsibilities include developing communications materials, seeking out media opportunities, organizing media events, encouraging Campaign participation, spokesperson duties, contributing to the development and delivery of the Campaign’s media strategy.

The Campaign, while global, will have an immediate focus on Europe. It will have a small dedicated team and access to the full spectrum of IATA’s overall capabilities. The Campaign is planned to start immediately and conclude by the end of 2022.


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Introduction
Welcome to IATA Human Capital

At IATA, we are putting our people at the centre of the business agenda. Over the past few years, the air transport industry has met several challenges. In order to ensure its success, it had to simplify the way it does business.

In that context, IATA is looking for people who:

* Can adapt quickly to a changing environment
* Are team players
* Are results-oriented
* Value excellence in customer-service

At IATA, we are working hard at providing our employees with a great working and learning environment. Here are some of our Human Capital priorities for 2007:

* Reviewing our organisational structure creatively and professionally
* Attracting, selecting and retaining the best employees
* Helping our employees go through changes by increasing our focus on management development and improving our internal communications
* Maintaining a results-driven corporate culture by directly measuring achienvements against accountabilities and behaviours.

As some of our Members and partners, we have gone through an extensive re-engineering of the ways we manage our staff.

In 2003, we introduced new staff selection process, performance assessment and rewards systems.

In 2004, we improved our structure to make IATA a well-integrated organisation by introducing the matrix model. Our goal was to facilitate cross-divisional collaboration and circulation of best practices.

In 2005, we reviewed our organisational design to reduce the number of layers and broaden the span of control. Additionally, we developed a dynamic sales organisation and culture.

In 2006, we consolidated European regional offices into one unique hub and drove staff development from simply training to focus on a leadership & learning role.

Also, in cooperation with Dr. Noel Tichy of the University of Michigan School of Business, we have successfully launched the IATA Change Leadership (ICL) and the IATA Leadership Development Programme (ILDP), which act as incubators for preparing the next generation of IATA leaders.

Additionally, the IATA Internship Programmes (IIP) allows us to attract and develop - on a worldwide basis - the best among young talents interested in joining the air transport industry.
If you share our values and are up to the challenge, please visit our Career section to find out about our job opportunities or submit your application for the Internship programme.
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