Digital Community Manager (16 hours p/w, part-time, fixed term)
About the role
We are looking for an experienced, flexible and London-based Community Manager. You’ll be taking over from our the Director of Audience who has been instrumental in the organisation’s social strategy to date.
You will be a creative self-starter with a passion for promoting the work of people of colour.
- Co-creating and implementing a social media strategy using current channels (Instagram, Twitter and Facebook) and exploring new avenues to grow our communities and increase engagement with our content
- Supporting us to nurture relationships with our communities of writers and subscribers
- Reporting on engagement with content
- Monitoring and reporting on social media trends to the editor
- Creating digital content, including newsletters, graphics, gifs, short video
Essential skills and experience
- An understanding of the MD mission and an alignment with the organisation’s values
- Experience in media, and campaigning activism an advantage
- Highly-organised, with good time management and able to translate ideas into tangible outcomes
- Experience of building online audiences across platforms
- Knowledge of web analytics, social media tools (SEO an advantage)
- Graphic design skills (Adobe Photoshop, InDesign)
- Ability to produce social video and visual content on the fly
- Able to work flexibly and part of a small team
To apply please share your CV, along with a short cover letter that provides examples from your work or educational history demonstrating the required skills and experience with Henna Zamurd-Butt, firstname.lastname@example.org.
This role will remain open until we find the right candidate.
For more info, or for an informal chat please email Henna to arrange.
Henna edits Media Diversified online and manages the running of the organisation. She is also a director of the Bare Lit festival of writing and a doctoral candidate at Goldsmiths college where she is researching the gender-geopolitics of internet access. In a previous life she started and ran restaurants for five years. Henna has a degree in History & Politics (SOAS), a masters in Global Politics (RHUL) and a masters with distinction in Politics & Communication (LSE).
@hennazb / email@example.com
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@mowords / firstname.lastname@example.org
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