Date Added: 5 August 2019
: 31 August 2019
Job Title: Digital Media Strategist
Working For: Migration Watch UK
Salary: Up to £30,000 (on a contract basis)
- An exciting opportunity for someone who is bright, creative, enthusiastic, and engaged with the wider media and social agenda.
- Are you confident at developing and delivering social media strategies?
- If so, this opportunity at Migration Watch UK could be for you.
We're looking for someone to drive forward our Digital Media Campaign. We are an independent, research-based organisation which advocates reducing the current level of net migration to the UK. We are looking to extend the reach of our analysis and commentary to a wider audience, particularly via digital media.
You will communicate clearly, creatively and quickly through a range of social media channels. You will be an excellent communicator, with experience in media relations or digital communications, and be able to plan, execute and evaluate communication strategies that are clear and creative.
- Monitoring of social media and news on a daily basis.
- Creating engaging social media content.
- Developing digital media strategies for our work and emerging news stories.
- Maintenance of the website, including updating of daily media links.
- Experience of using digital communications channels and production of supporting assets like infographics, GIFs, videos.
- Excellent written, verbal and presentation skills.
- Familiarity with standard Office software (Word, Excel and Powerpoint).
- A sincere commitment to the objectives of Migration Watch UK and to our non-partisan, evidence-based approach.
- The ability to produce accurate content under pressure.
- A strong grasp of numbers and statistics, and the ability to communicate these visually.
- Attention to detail and care for accuracy.
- A positive, conscientious and hardworking approach.
- The ability to work well with team members.
Closing Date: 31 August 2019
Deadline for applications: 6pm on the closing date.
If you wish to apply, please provide a CV outlining your work experience - two pages of A4 maximum - and include a covering letter explaining why you are interested in the role and what you would bring to it.