­­­­­Vacancy Announcement


Job Title

Communications Coordinator



Employment status

Full Time

Number of Position



Yangon, Myanmar

Reports to

Communications and Program Development Director


Community Partners International (CPI) is a U.S. nonprofit organization working in partnership with conflict-affected, hard-to-reach and underserved communities in Southeast Asia to expand access to quality health services and generate the resources, local capacity and coordination necessary to meet their own health, learning, and development needs. CPI’s Asian headquarters are located in Yangon, Myanmar, and the organization maintains field offices throughout Myanmar.


We are seeking a Communications Coordinator to help communicate the impact of CPI’s work in a compelling way to key external Myanmar and international audiences. This is an opportunity to help build the communications function within a fast-growing and dynamic international nonprofit organization with a strong presence in Myanmar.


Primary Responsibilities

  • Working closely with CPI staff and implementing partners to source and prepare engaging and compelling impact stories and associated collateral for use in marketing and communications.
  • Supporting the development and production of marketing and communications collateral, including print, digital and film, to highlight the organization’s work and impact.
  • Helping develop and coordinate CPI’s social media presence with a particular focus on Myanmar-based audiences. Developing engaging posts for CPI’s social media audiences in Myanmar and internationally to increase audience and engagement.
  • Helping develop and coordinate CPI’s media relations in Myanmar to build awareness and coverage of CPI’s work and impact.
  • Coordinating with and supporting CPI staff in Myanmar to ensure adherence to organization brand and style guide standards, and the quality and consistency of marketing and communications materials.
  • Translating materials between English and Myanmar language as required.
  • Supporting other organization communications needs as required.


  • Minimum of 3 years’ experience working in a marketing and/or communications-related position in the nonprofit and/or private sector(s).
  • Demonstrated ability to develop engaging and compelling communications content for both technical and non-technical audiences.
  • Strong writing, translation and editing skills in both Myanmar and English languages.
  • Native-level spoken and written Myanmar language skills.
  • Advanced spoken and written English language skills.
  • Solid foundational skills in graphic design and desktop publishing, with a working knowledge of related software applications including the Adobe Creative Suite/Cloud.
  • Experience in photography and photo editing applications an advantage.
  • Experience in media relations in Myanmar an advantage.
  • Familiarity with marketing automation platforms such as MailChimp an advantage.
  • Familiarity with website content management systems an advantage.
  • Creative, flexible, and goal-oriented.
  • Able to juggle multiple priorities and work independently to meet deadlines.
  • Willing and able to travel extensively in Myanmar.



All interested and qualified candidates are requested to send an Application Letter, Curriculum Vitae to:

Community Partners International

No. (81), University Avenue Road,

Shwe Taung Gyar Ward (1), Bahan Township, Yangon.                                                               

Ph: 01-525 729, 523 356


Email: hr.ygn@cpintl.org

  • The closing date for application is 17:00pm, (13-Mar-19, Wednesday), Yangon, Myanmar.
  • Please clearly mention the Position and Location you are applying for in the email Subject Line.
  • CPI is an Equal Opportunity Employer and considers all applicants on the basis of merit without regard to race, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, ethnicity, national origin, age, marital status, or disability.
  • Candidates are required to declare in advance should there be any relative or family member currently employed in CPI. Failure to do so can lead to termination of the employment contract even after successful selection.
  • Because of the large volume of applicants, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
  • Contract and position is contingent upon successful award of the project and final approval by the donor.

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