Communications Officer

Project Based

The Communications Officer will work closely with the Communications Lead in implementing an effective project communications strategy. This involves ensuring strategic visibility of all project activities and outputs, meeting all USAID reporting requirements, effectively communicating project impact on the different platforms to project stakeholders and beneficiaries, and guiding project development and reporting on activities that are impactful, representative, and highly visible.

Principle Duties and Responsibilities:

Under the supervision of the Communications Lead, the Communications Officer will be responsible for Project Reporting:

  • Implement and oversee the communications strategy, both for project beneficiaries and stakeholders.
  • Liaise with all project leads to aggregate all project achievements and results quarterly.
  • Draft, format, and edit reports to inform USAID about activities, objectives, and results, including annual work plans, quarterly performance reports, annual reports, and the final report.
  • Travel to project satellite offices in Greater Cairo, Upper Egypt, and the Delta Region, to oversee the communications strategy and ensure delivery in line with project objectives.

Production of Project Visibility Material:

  • Work with project technical leads to identify successful interventions, support visible project implementation, and effectively communicate project impact to beneficiaries and stakeholders.
  • Capture and develop success stories for USAID reporting and social media platforms.
  • Oversee the work of contracted vendors in the area of communications and public outreach and ensure the quality of products delivered.
  • Provide support in managing the Project’s official Facebook page and YouTube channel. Use the two platforms to share, disseminate, and promote Project’s program events, communications materials, achievements, success stories, films, animated videos, and lessons learned, in line with USAID’s marking and branding guidelines.

Managing Project Events:

▪ Provide support in managing the project’s events and high-profile visits, including but not limited to developing agendas, preparing all promotional material such as backdrops, handouts, and roll-ups, documenting the events, and producing videos and relevant audiovisual material.

Other Responsibilities:

  • Provide communications support in other areas as needed/requested by the Communications Lead.
  • Ensuring adherence to the project and USAID’s branding and marking guidelines apply throughout all of the above tasks.

Required Qualifications: 

Education level and degree type: bachelor’s degree in communications, journalism, public relations, international affairs, or a related field. Mater’s degree is preferred.

  • A minimum of five years of relevant work experience.
  • Comprehensive communications experience with local and international partners, including experience on USAID-funded projects.
  • Well-developed analytical writing skills, communications, and interpersonal skills.
  • Proficiency with MS Office software.
  • Excellent English and Arabic writing, speaking, and reading skills.
  • Readiness for frequent travel for project-related activities is required


To Apply: 

If you're interested, please send your CV to  by Thursday, April 6th, 2023.

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