Community Manager

Hiring Organisation: 
Jo Cox Foundation

As part of the Great Get Together, more than 120,000 events were arranged, and we want to engage as many of those hosts as possible in a discussion about what we should do together next. We’re looking for a proactive, experienced community manager to nurture our community and help us set out a vision for how to engage as many people as possible in a conversation. Key responsibilities

  • Co-designing our strategy for community engagement with The Campaign Director
  • Managing our social media channels to engage our existing communities
  • Planning, creating and evaluating content
  • Regularly reporting against metrics of success using measurement and insight tools
  • Constantly suggesting new tactics and techniques for testing
  • Responding to comments from the community in a timely fashion
  • Encouraging conversations between members of the community
  • Interviewing community members to learn more about them and how to improve our community support
  • Some website management

Experience

  • Managed social media channels for a brand or charity before
  • Basic ability to create simple graphics

Reports to: Campaign Director, The Great Get Together Salary: Dependent on experience Duration: 3 months or permanent role depending on preference of candidate (please state in your application whether you would prefer temporary or permanent contract) How to apply

  • Please send your CV and covering letter (of no more that 1 side of A4) to info@jocoxfoundation.org by Monday 24th July. In your letter please state your salary expectations. We will be reviewing CVs on a rolling basis and might well contact applicants before the deadline.
Seniority: 
experienced practitioner (an expert or specialist or a junior manager managing a few people)
Job type: 
paid job within an organisation
Contract type: 
full time
Org Type: 
ngo/charity/cso/npo/nfp
Job Location: 
anywhere, UK
Location type: 
sflex|semi-flexible
Closing date for applications: 
Thursday, August 24, 2017 - 18:00

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