Digital Engagement Officer
Job Title: Digital Engagement Officer
Hours: 37.5 hours per week, 5 days per week
Salary: £24,696 - £25,501 (+£3,000 London Weighting)
Based: London/open to other UK locations
Purpose: We have a rich storytelling history and hundreds of amazing stories to tell. Part of a busy team of four communications specialists in a growing team, you will play a critical role in shaping our storytelling digitally and bringing coherence to many projects and activities through our project websites and CUK social media channels. The principal purpose of this role is to help CUK, its chapters, projects and member institutions creatively communicate, both the practice and the successes of Community Organising. You will be developing materials to share with our members, stakeholders and the wider public through our digital channels as well as helping update and maintain our website.
You’ll be a strong communicator with the ability to tell a story in short time frame, with brilliant instincts for how to take complex issues and translate them into strong digital campaigns for multiple audiences. You’ll be tech savvy and have experience using a website CMS, using your skills to work with multiple stakeholders and competing priorities. The ideal candidate will be analytical and adaptable, able to demonstrate using analytic tools to test and learn new approaches to campaigning and amplifying voices at the heart of community stories.
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- Application Deadline: 9am Monday, 9th August
- Interviews: Monday 16th August
Please contact Lizzie.Walmsley@citizensuk.org.uk if you wish to discuss this role further.
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