Date Added: 13 February 2017
: 10 March 2017
Job Title: Digital Communications Co-Ordinator
Working For: Women's Equality Party
Salary: £27,000 pro rata (4 days per week)
The Digital Communications Co-Ordinator will be responsible for the digital ‘face’ of the organisation. This busy role will help ensure our dynamic communications team engages with target audiences and drives sustainable system change. The role will be specifically focused on developing our digital communications strategy to complement the Party’s ongoing organisational strategy, increase its profile and income, and support its projects and partnerships.
The position offered is part-time. Normal working hours will be 30 per week. It may require some shift and weekend working.
The post is based in our London offices; flexible home-working time may be arranged in agreement and may be necessary on some occasions.
The nature of this post means that there will be a need at times for the post holder to be available at particular locations including but not limited to the offices of the party.
Imaginative and confident self-starter who can build and grow strong relationships with members, media, digital ambassadors and other stakeholders.
Keen interest in politics and current affairs a must, as is creative flair to build eye-catching web material and write inspiring copy for web and member communications as needed.
Commitment to women's equality and dedication to go the distance as part of a small team with big ambition.
Experience of digital communications, especially political communications.
Experience of writing digital and offline communications
Self-motivating and able to prioritise own workload to meet deadlines.
Organised, methodical, thorough, with an eye for details.
Willingness to undertake training and to develop new skills.
Evidence of progressive responsibility in digital communication roles.
Experience of website design and management.
Experience of designing and executing digital marketing campaigns.
Experience of using social media to build audience engagement.
Commitment to equal opportunities and sympathetic to the aims and values of the Women’s Equality Party and agreement to abide at all times by the #WE code set out in our constitution.
Experience of using Nationbuilder.
Experience of developing/implementing apps.
Expertise in all programmes in Adobe’s Creative Suite.
Experience in HTML coding.
Experience in shooting and editing videos.
Closing Date: 10 March 2017
w/b 13 March 2017.
As soon as possible.
In order to apply, please include:
A CV with full details of your skills and experience relevant to the job description and your education and work history
A cover letter (please also reference the job code)
A completed equal opportunities form (available at www.womensequality.org.uk/jobs)
Please send your application and supporting documents to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will only acknowledge applications that make it to shortlisting.
14 February 2017: the closing date for this advert has been extended from 24 February to 10 March 2017. The interview and start dates have also been changed.