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Reference: 75587

Date Added: 28 July 2020
Closing Date: 5 August 2020

Job Title: Digital Communication Manager

Working For: The Green Party

Location: London

Salary: £23,853 to £25,313 per annum

Job Details

Purpose of the role: To oversee the Green Party’s social media presence giving Green Party stories, opinions and achievements impact through digital channels using timely, engaging and strategic content for a variety of channels and audiences. Involving, but not necessarily limited to, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and YouTube. To contribute to the Green Party’s day to day, election and campaign activities, as well as social media aspects of development and engagement initiatives. To coordinate (on a day-to-day basis) and amplify the social media activity of the Green Party leadership team and a range of Green Party’s communications functions including the spokespeople network, Parliamentary Offices, City Hall, and regional/local parties. To contribute with ideas and input into messaging strategy, news and political developments and key organisational priorities. To strategically grow the party’s reach and impact on social media.

Hours: 35 hours per week

Job type: Permanent

Location: Initially remote with scope to become London office based, according to office reopening guidelines

Line manager: Head of Communications

Line management responsibilities: Not applicable

Key relationships: Other Communications staff, Policy, Digital, Development and Membership teams; Green Party Parliamentary Offices, City Hall Office, Leadership Team and regional/local Green Parties.

Closing Date: 5 August 2020

Interview/Start Dates

Interviews to be held the week commencing 10th August 2020 with a view for the successful candidate to begin as soon as possible.

Application Details

Application process: Applications to be submitted by 11:59pm. Please email your completed application form (found on www.greenparty.org.uk/jobs ) to recruitment@greenparty.org.uk 

Website: https://www.greenparty.org.uk/

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