SNV REDD Việt Nam tuyển Tư vấn về Website

Chương trình REDD của Tổ chức Phát triển Hà Lan SNV cần tuyển Tư vấn về Website. Hạn nhận hồ sơ đến hết ngày 18 tháng 5 năm 2011. Thông tin chi tiết như sau:

SNVs Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD) team require a consultant to assist with significant changes to their website. The successful consultant will need to have a high proficiency in:
– Uploading/editing information on website (and intranet) at request of regional/country communication officers
– Creating/removing links to website material
– Giving an alert to regional/country communication officers if an update is needed
– Providing technical advice on web management when necessary

Background & requirements
SNV REDD is an expanding team within the SNV Asia profile and is looking to improve the way in which it communicates its work to key stakeholders. A focus of these efforts will be to improve the existing SNV REDD website –

The SNV REDD team has established a list of key changes that would be required to make the website more user-friendly, visually attractive, informative and up to date. The consultant would be responsible for discussing these changes and implementing them directly.

There is also a growing need within SNV to ensure that the website is maintained at a high standard. Therefore, the consultant would also be responsible for providing guidance to SNVs Business Development Officer (BDO) to ensure they are equipped to maintain the website.

– Meeting (either personally or conference call if working remotely) with SNV REDD team members to agree on the required changes;
– Changes made to the website in accordance with the agreed the needs identified by the SNV team; and
– Written and verbal guidance to BDO to ensure the future up-keep of the website.

Consultant’s capacity requirements
– Familiar in using Sharepoint
– Familiar with SNV corporate identity guide
– Experience in on-line support in website and intranet management
– Timely delivery of work

Total of 7 days, commencing as soon as possible.
Applications should be sent to Ms. Nguyen Dao Tuyet Nga at by 18 May 2011.