29 diciembre 2016
- Support in the delivery of the IOC Athlete Career Programme
- Support in the delivery of the crosspromotion of the IOC Athlete Programmes
Each employee is responsible for the smooth running of his or her section and for keeping his or her competences up to date in line with the IOC’s training policy.
In addition, each employee may be asked to take on responsibilities other than those required by the job if particular circumstances so require.
IOC Athlete Career Programme (ACP)
– Provide athlete-related input to the management and development of the IOC ACP.
– Collaborate in the creation of a communication strategy aimed towards athletes and their entourage.
– Assist in the preparations of the IOC ACP Steering Committee meetings and 8th IOC ACP Forum.
– Support content creation of informational resources on the Olympic Athletes’ Hub.
Electronic communication and Olympic Athletes’ Hub
– Support in the development of the daily communication plan on the Olympic Athletes’ Hub including the writing of stories.
– Assist in the daily management of the @athleteshub Twitter account and other social media channels targeted to athletes.
– Assist in the creation of promotional content featured on the Olympic Athletes’ Hub for the IOC Athlete Programs including IOC Athlete Career Programs and Athlete Learning Gateway.
IOC Outreach Programme
– Assist in creation of interactive workshops for athletes based on content from various IOC resources for athletes.
– Support coordination of Outreach workshops to NOCs, IFs and Continental Associations.
– Support the functions of the Sports Department in various areas.
– Help with administration and logistics at various levels.
– Generally help colleagues when priorities and urgent situations require it.
Training; language and IT competences
– University degree or equivalent qualification in sports management.
– Mother tongue English or French. Knowledge of the other language an advantage.
– Project management experience.
– Excellent knowledge of Microsoft Office software (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook)
– Knowledge of the sports world (Olympic Games, International Federations).
Technical, organisational and personal competences
– Experience as an athlete competing in at least one edition of the Olympic Games, either Summer or Winter.
– Keen sense of priorities to ensure efficient management of projects and deliverables; ability to multitask; assiduity in following up files.
– Ability to organize one’s own schedule and make use of internal and external resources to meet expectations.
– Proven discernment in decision-making.
– Sense of confidentiality and appropriate communication of information.
– Rigorous professional ethics; sense of initiative; ability to work in a dynamic environment and still respect deadlines.
– Attention to detail and ability to resolve problems creatively.
– Ability to consider interpersonal differences as a source of added value and interact constructively with all kinds of people.
– Prior work experience is an advantage.
Behaviour and attitude
– Respect the internal rules of conduct and all instructions and procedures in place (i.e. Information Security, Code of Ethics, etc.).
– Excellent command of the corporate tools and follow the internal user rules (LiveLink, Outlook, etc.).
– Full collaboration and knowledge transfer.
– Discretion and loyalty.
– Positive attitude, open-mindedness.
– Diplomacy and flexibility.
– Ability to adopt a neutral point of view and listen actively to the parties concerned in order to find an appropriate solution and refocus efforts on the tasks to be accomplished.
– Conscientiousness and discretion combined with strong professional ethics.
– Ability to maintain a positive and reassuring working atmosphere in all kinds of environments through specific and reliable conduct.
– Enthusiasm, great adaptability, responsiveness and efficiency.