JOB DESCRIPTION: SOCIAL MEDIA INTERN

Voices of Future Generations is seeking a social media intern to assist in taking ownership of a social media campaign to support primarily the launch of a book series and educational outreach programme, but more broadly the social media launch of a youth sustainability movement.

You’ll have the chance to give your input on and execute social media and video content, as well as suggest partnership ideas.

You’ll get to be a part of our team and play a big role in establishing and developing the social voice for our organisation. And, most importantly, you’ll get the opportunity to be part of an optimistic movement that believes in the power of youth as change makers for good.

 

WHO WE’RE LOOKING FOR

You’re currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate programme, or you have been involved in social media as a starter job. You are organised, motivated, and have excellent communication skills.

You have an active social presence and are very familiar with social media.

You are a writer.

You’re creative and ready to use your creativity to not only produce social media content, but to pitch and help work on ideas for videos, engagement ideas, and partnership initiatives as well - ones that could help raise awareness for the campaign and the movement.

You’re a multitasker, and can thrive in a not-for-profit where people often wear multiple hats.

You’re web-savvy.

You’re curious, and are excited to learn about things like influencer marketing and tracking content through Google Analytics.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Internalise campaign strategy, campaign audiences and become knowledgeable about the content assets that have already been produced.

Research comparative campaigns that support movements such as VoFG.

Itemise content assets and identify uses for social media for various audiences.

Identify gaps in content assets against goals of the campaign.

Draft social media content and execute on social channels.

Respond to mentions and proactively engage with users on behalf of the organisation.

Identify social influencers within audience sets that could be good “brand” partners and manage those relationships.

Regularly compile key performance metrics and provide insightful feedback in order to improve performance.

Assist with partnership efforts to amplify awareness of campaign.

 

This is a home-based/flexi-working position.

 

Please contact Global Programme Co-ordinator, Ruth Hanson: ruthemilyhanson at gmail dot com with a CV and covering letter.

We look forward to hearing from you!