Are you a proactive and creative communicator? Can you produce engaging social media content and support wider multichannel campaigns? Can you spread the word through inspired and inspiring digital marketing? Can you add a little flair, a little magic and a lot of energy to how we shape and deliver our social media plans? Can you get our award-winning films seen by more people? Can you persuade the right kind of influencers to support our campaigns?
Trailer for our feature documentary all about school exclusion, featuring only the voices of young people.
Our social media channels are a powerful set of communication tools for us, playing a crucial role in helping us reach, engage and inform people about human rights here in the UK. That’s why we’re looking for an enthusiastic, innovative thinker to work across a full spectrum of social media to promote our storytelling on human rights and raise the profile of our brand.
Reporting to our Creative Director, Sarah Wishart, you will generate material for our whole range of different audiences and grow and diversify our social media following. You’ll need to manage short-term and long-term projects simultaneously and use monitoring tools to evaluate the success of campaigns, feeding back to colleagues and helping the organisation learn as it goes. With your help, our growing team will get the most out of social media across our existing channels, including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn, and look to expand into new spaces (such as Tiktok or Reddit).
A live panel discussion following our Black Lives Matter Takeover in 2020
You will play a key role in supporting the Editorial and Film teams on integrated social media planning and the creation and delivery of a social media strategy that increases engagement with and value for the organisation. You will make recommendations on best practice when it comes to both content and moderation.
Alongside this, an important part of the role will be to seek out opportunities for our messaging about human rights to join wider, relevant conversations on social media.
This is a one-year, fixed-term contract, with the possibility of extension. You can work anywhere in the UK. We support remote working and will provide you with the tools to do your job where-ever you are in the UK. We have an office in Glasgow and an office in London that you could work in if you lived in or near those cities. We get together in person regularly when it is safe to do so.
Please note, you do not have to be a graduate for this position – at EachOther we are committed to supporting all kinds of experiences in the roles we offer.
The salary for this full-time role is £23,000 (gross) per annum.
Please note the successful candidate must have the right to work in the UK. If we do offer you employment, you’ll be required to provide documentation to show that you’re eligible to be employed in the UK before starting with us. The full list of UK visas and permits that grant you the right to work in the UK can be found on the UK government website. We currently don’t have a Sponsor Licence agreement with the Home Office and won’t be in a position to support you with any visa applications you may make.
We are committed to working towards equal opportunities and we select staff solely on merit, irrespective of race, colour, national or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, pregnancy or maternity, age, social class, religious belief, disability or history of mental health or addiction problems.
Job Description and Personal Specification can be downloaded here – Social Media Coordinator – JD and PS.
The deadline for receipt of applications is 23:59 on Wednesday 2 March.
If you need support to apply for the role or adaptations at interview, or if you have any questions at all, please contact Sarah to discuss.