Salary £22,286 - £25,059 (including London weighting)
Contract Fixed term - 12 months
Closing date 9am Wednesday 31 July
Interview 7 August
The Digital Communications Coordinator will join a growing Campaign Team that has big ambitions to mobilise the next generation of activists to challenge the political establishment and build a better democracy.
We want to revamp and expand our social and digital media presence to recruit a young and diverse activist base, and the Digital Communications Coordinator will lead on this. They will develop our existing social media channels (Instagram, Twitter, Facebook) to attract younger and more diverse audiences. They will also lead on expanding our offering on other digital platforms, such as podcasting or Youtube, to raise the profile of the campaign and draw in new activists.
We’re looking for a team member who will not just manage our social and digital media presence, but reimagine it altogether. We’re looking for someone to bring a new perspective to what we do online, and so you’ll be creative with big ideas.
We don’t mind if you’re a self-taught digital guru or have professional experience in this area. What we are looking for is a passion for digital communications in a campaign context and a track-record of delivering digital content that drives online engagement.
Applicants who want to work remotely will be considered. Regular days working in London will be required. Applicants who want to apply as part of a job share will be considered, but should apply with a job share partner. Please complete separate applications but submit them in the same email.
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