INDIA, 2013. Children play during their lunch break at The Zilla Parishad Primary School in Muhammadpur Village. © UNICEF/INDA2013-00300/DHIRAJ SINGH
INDIA, 2013. Children play during their lunch break at The Zilla Parishad Primary School in Muhammadpur Village. © UNICEF/INDA2013-00300/DHIRAJ SINGH

Are you experienced managing multiple enterprise-level web projects? Are you effortlessly collaborative, with an ability to communicate across disciplines and pull solutions from all departments within an organization?  Are you inventive: capable of fleshing out features and product specs to make sure all that all the pieces of the puzzle fit? Do you have experience in supporting and coordinating communication activities across a large organization and with other international partner organizations? If yes, you might be the person UNICEF is looking for.

The Innovation Project Manager works closely with a dedicated task force to develop the overarching framework for the first crowdsourced State of the World’s Children (SOWC). The Project Manager will lead the coordinating role to support development of the crowdsourced publication and help countries identify speakers and topics to be used in the Ted-like talk events serving as a content basis for the report.

The work will entail contributing to the organization of a series of around 15 one-day events/conferences in countries around the world. The Project Manager will help bring together thinkers and doers: entrepreneurs, young people, donors/investors, relevant private sector, international development partners, and government.

The application deadline is Friday 20 December 2013.

For more information, see the Terms of Reference.

Check also other job opportunities within UNICEF innovation work.

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