Rio 2016 on recruitment drive

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Rio 2016 is currently recruiting for a number of positions including a chief administrative and finance offer, COO and human resources director.

Role: Chief Administrative & Finance OfficerMission:Perform the activities of corporate management, conducting processes for all the Financial and Procurement Administration of Rio 2016, as well as overseeing the resources, processes, information, relationships and other variables, in an organised and rational manner, thus contributing towards the growth and development of the enterprise. Ensure outcomes are well aligned with the vision and the values defined in the strategic planning of Rio 2016, while adhering to management excellence in terms of deadlines, costs and quality. Decide on determining or modifying Rio 2016's strategies, within the extent of this area of activity, taking into account the required technology and the allocation of resources, as well as their correct application. These decisions shall contribute to Rio 2016's long term planning, along with other Area Director's strategies. Role: Human Resources DirectorMission:Create, lead and manage the Human Resources structure, processes and systems which will drive the culture of the organisation; evaluating, developing and implementing plans and programs that are capable to align the workforce with the general strategic objectives of Rio 2016. Support and advise the Director General and all other Directors on the staffing of their divisions. Lead on the retention and development of all staff within the organisation. Advise the Director General on all levels of remuneration and reward across the organisation. Perform as company delegate at the Ministry of Labor, Labor Unions, Labor Courts and other official entities. Decide on determining or modifying Rio 2016's strategies, within the extent of the human resource area of activity, taking into account the required technology and the allocation of resources, as well as their correct application. These decisions shall contribute significantly to the successful implementation of Rio 2016's delivery, along with the other Area Director's strategies. Role: Marketing and Communications DirectorMission:Create, lead and manage an effective and efficient marketing and communications strategy, with the purpose of creating a culture of action that creates, enhances and protects Rio 2016's image, regionally, nationally and internationally. Ensure processes and systems are understood across the organisation that proactively develops trust and harmonious relations with all stakeholders. Lead and manage, organise and coordinate activities related to the Internet, traditional and new media relations, press operations, publicity and public relations. Ensure the integrity of the brand is protected and the IPR is respected at all times. Working with an existing team of highly capable professionals and agencies, continue to build the brand; the messages behind it and the values embedded within. Further develop the team to ensure all functions across the whole marcomms mix are delivered efficiently and effectively, taking into account the required technology and the allocation of resources, as well as their correct application. These decisions shall contribute significantly to Rio 2016's long term planning, along with other Area Director's strategies. Role: Commercial DirectorMission:Create, lead and manage all commercial revenue for Rio 2016 (outside of the deals already agreed by the IOC, for example in broadcast and the TOP sponsors programme). Agree the structure of the commercial programme for Rio 2016 with all internal and external parties. The prime responsibilities will be to secure $1. 5bn of funding to support the project through a broad range of commercial activities over the next six years. Build the commercial team and allocate all necessary resources across the department. These decisions shall be critical to Rio 2016's long term planning, along with other Area Director's strategies. Role: Chief Operating OfficerMission:The COO is responsible for the successful operation of the Olympic and Paralympic Games in 2016. The individual has overall responsibility for the planning, coordinating and delivery of the Rio 2016 Games timely logistics and operations. The responsibilities of the role are highly operational in nature and are discharged though a large organisation of both paid and volunteer employees. Direct reports will include a management team of Venues, Infrastructure, Sport, Games Services, Strategy, NOC Relations, Olympic and Paralympic Villages, Information Technology and Project Management. Decides on determining and/or modifying Rio 2016's strategic plan, within the extent of this area of activity, taking into account the required strategies, tools, technologies and the allocation of resources, as well as their correct application. This strategy shall be significant in determining Rio 2016's short/medium and long term planning and resourcing, working very closely with the other Area Directors and stakeholders within government. For further information: http://www. rio2016. org. br/popups/empregos/index. asp? siglaIdioma=en ~