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Communications Manager for the Market Systems Transformed Activity

Tetra Tech International Development is currently accepting expressions of interest from qualified senior-level candidates for a Communications Manager position on an anticipated five-year USAID-funded the Market Systems Transformed activity in Uzbekistan. The purpose of this activity is to achieve sustainable and inclusive economic growth by strengthening businesses and the business-enabling environment in targeted sectors, while addressing the barriers faced by women, youth, and underrepresented groups.


The Communications Manager will manage knowledge and data generated by the Market Systems Transformed activity, and support strategic communications activities to USAID, partners and stakeholders. This position will be based in Tashkent, Uzbekistan.



*Manage and serve as key focal point for all Market Systems Transformed strategic communications activities.

*Develop and implement a Branding and Marking Plan in accordance with USAID rules and regulations.

*Generate awareness of USAID Market Systems Transformed activity’s interventions among diverse audiences and donors.

*Organize Market Systems Transformed program’s sponsored learning events, panels at forums, and other events as required, developing discussion topics and talking points for stakeholders.

*Provide quality assurance and coordination for Market Systems Transformed’s events and workshops ranging from handouts, presentations, evaluations, etc.

*Establish Market Systems Transformed activity’s social media sites on Facebook, Instagram or other suitable platforms as directed.

*Co-create content for USAID Exposure site and other USAID-supported online platforms with Market System Transformed activity’s local partners, key personnel, and relevant stakeholders. *Identify and develop data visualization tools to graphically display technical content and results. *Provide input to the design of Market Systems Transformed project’s buy-in activities, subcontracts, and grant agreements related to strategic communications.

*Ensure that activity-level and buy-in specific data are contributing to and deepening Market System Transformed activity’s understanding of the drivers and barriers to deploying climate finance in developing countries.

*Use participatory processes to co-develop the Market System Transformed activity’s learning agenda with geographically diverse private sector actors, often excluded or marginalized groups, consortium members and USAID.

*Host a pause-and-reflect workshop with USAID to evaluate activity achievements and lessons learned, and areas of improvement, and co-create solutions. Capture and track feedback for consideration by the leadership team to incorporate changes in programming as needed.

*Disseminate learnings and facilitate active engagement and dialogue around knowledge and learning products among partners.

*Draft periodic success stories and case studies to showcase the outputs, outcomes, and impacts of the work targeting the various audiences (USG, USAID/Washington, bureaus, etc).





*Master’s degree and 5 years of experience, or bachelor’s degree and eight years of experience in communications, economics, statistics, research methods, impact assessment, or related field.

*Minimum 5 years of communications experience on similar projects.

*Strong writing and presentation skills, with demonstrated ability to prepare succinct and effective executive communication.

*Experience supporting industry outreach and communications to share knowledge, industry best practices, and lessons learned.

*Experience with a relevant technical topic such as ICT, climate finance, clean energy, adaptation and resilience, tourism, textiles, PSE, or investment facilitation, required.

*Excellent interpersonal and communication skills to develop and communicate a common vision to the activity team and partners from different nationalities and cultural backgrounds.

*Ability to foster two-way knowledge exchanges: collect and share best practices with diverse, often highly technical audiences.

*Required fluency in written and spoken English, Russian, and Uzbek is highly preferred.