Candidates are expected to be experienced communications experts with experience in managing crisis communications and training executives and staff in area.
They are looking to cover off the following topics:
- Transboundary crisis characteristics, challenges and best practices explained
- Strategic crisis management principles
making in crisis
- Making critical decisions and coordinating in crisis
- Meaning-making in crisis
Start: The collaboration partner is already selected to conduct the training, and work is expected tostart shortly after engagement. The endclient expects the trainer to undertake up to 10 one day sessions, with some 15 participants over an agreed timetable. The successful consultant will be required to meet with the end user client prior to commencement and they will have an opportunity here to discuss specific needs and requirements.
It is worth noting if the training event is successful, it can be incorporated into the collaboration partners training menu, and used in the next training cycles.
Location: The work and training can take place remotely
Rate: The net rate is expected to be EUR 700 per diem plus any VAT for delivering the training, and EUR 600 per diem plus any VAT up to a maximum of three days to develop the training materials.
Applications close: No later than Thursday 4th March 2021 9pm, AEDT
We will review all APTs and select the best 3 applicants for the client. The client will then conduct interviews.