Manager, Internal Project Communications, CATALYZE
The CATALYZE Portfolio based out of Palladium’s Washington, D.C. office is currently seeking a Manager, Internal Project Communications to lead the development of high-quality, internally facing communications materials for the CATALYZE program.
CATALYZE is a $250 million eight-year program, designed to mobilize $2 billion in private capital, especially to underfinanced social sectors (such as education) and higher risk countries (especially low-income and post-conflict countries) around the globe, complemented by a cross-cutting inclusion of gender-lens investing. CATALYZE will serve as a “platform of platforms” that will provide services to many missions and bureaus that “buy in” to tap the CATALYZE investment and pay-for-results project management expertise. The aim is for investors to explore and find commercially viable opportunities and approaches to creating jobs, developing sustainable social services, tightening, and rationalizing supply chains, and advancing inclusive growth – ultimately, reducing the need for development institutions to provide donor funding.
The Manager, Internal Project Communications will be responsible for leading the development and delivery of principally internal project communications materials, including quarterly and annual reports, newsletters, graphics, and website content for USAID, CATALYZE teams and stakeholders in the U.S. and abroad, working in close collaboration with CATALYZE Activity teams and CATALYZE’s core program management unit (PMU). This is a project position on CATALYZE, based out of the Palladium offices in Washington, D.C. Remote work options on Eastern Standard Time hours may be considered for exceptional candidates.