[Announcement] ATM Media and Communication Officer


We are Alyansa Tigil Mina (ATM), an alliance of mining-affected communities and their support organizations, challenging the aggressive promotion of destructive large-scale mining in the Philippines. As a national campaign, we are working with more than a hundred local and national groups.

We are looking for someone who will lead our communication and media work as a full-time staff.

We need someone who will:

  • Be responsible for the production and coordination of communication materials for campaigns and advocacy projects such as articles, stories, publications and similar information resources.
  • Manage and maintain our website and other social media platforms
  • Coordinate with individuals and organization on the collection, archival and retrieval of media and communication resources
  • Assist in research work and other field documentation requirements
  • Work with our media partners and coordinate campaign actions and events

If you are:

  • A graduate of any communication or community development courses or any related
  • Experienced in a similar role in preparing media content and working with media
  • Familiar with social media, blogging and website maintenance;
  • Interested on issues around the environment, natural resources, indigenous peoples and human rights;
  • Computer literate on office/productivity systems;
  • Knowledge in imaging, video or lay-out software is an advantage;
  • Willing to work long hours, travel as part of the work, team player, and able to work under pressure;
  • Team player

Submit resume, application letter and two sample articles to nc@alyansatigilmina.net on or

before Apr. 30, 2018. Only short-listed applicants will be contacted.

Submit your contribution online through HRonlinePH@gmail.com
Include your full name, e-mail address and contact number.

All submissions are republished and redistributed in the same way that it was originally published online and sent to us. We may edit submission in a way that does not alter or change the original material.

Human Rights Online Philippines does not hold copyright over these materials. Author/s and original source/s of information are retained including the URL contained within the tagline and byline of the articles, news information, photos etc.

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