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Reference: 82087

Date Added: 13 January 2022
Closing Date: 31 January 2022

Job Title: Social Media Officer

Working For: Human Relief Foundation

Location: Bradford, West Yorkshire

Salary: £18,000 - £20,000

Length of Contract: Permanent

Job Details

As Social Media Officer you will be directly responsible to the Marketing and Communications Manager and be working with a small and diverse team. You will be directly responsible for posting on all our platforms on a daily basis and producing engaging content that will not only inspire but encourage people to support our work.

You will take a proactive and reactive approach to posting on: Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter and YouTube; you must have expert knowledges of these platforms and know how to drive and measure campaigns on each of them.

Having knowledge of Arabic and an understanding of graphic design would be highly beneficial.

Role Responsibilities

  • Working with Marketing and Communications Manager and wider marketing team to develop and execute HRF’s social media strategy.
  • Manage and grow HRF’s presence on all social media channels including but not limited to Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, and YouTube.
  • Produce intelligence and analytics reports for the Marketing and Communications Manager on a weekly basis.
  • Keep up to date with the current and emerging social media techniques, trends and platforms.
  • Manage incoming messages and monitor activity across channels, with approval from the Marketing and Communications Manager respond to questions and comments from the all stakeholders.
  • Work with Marketing and Communications Manager to respond to reputational issues on social media, identifying any queries.
  • Any other reasonable duties.

Closing Date: 31 January 2022

Interview/Start Dates

Interview dates: ASAP.

Start date: ASAP.

Application Details

Please send your CV and a covering letter on how you meet the criteria to both: ifza@hrf.co.uk and oliver@hrf.co.uk 

Website: http://www.hrf.org.uk

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