Social Media Officer
6 month FTC, starting in October
Young Mind’s – children’s mental health charity
London Bridge 1-2 days per week, the rest remote
Full time, 35 hours per week (flexible)
Salary: £28,785 – £31, 983 per annum
I’m looking for a Social Media Officer to join the wonderful children and young people’s mental health Charity YoungMinds, on a six month fixed term contract basis.
It’s an exciting time for YoungMinds who are growing so quickly as a charity, so lots more work needs to be done with their social media campaigns and presence. They also have a few large scale campaigns launching in the next several months, including their flagship fundraising campaign #HelloYellow, their political campaign End The Wait and their new digital campaign aimed at supporting young Muslims with their mental health.
The successful Social Media Officer will manage the effective day-to-day running of YoungMinds key social media accounts, including Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, TikTok, YouTube and LinkedIn. You will work alongside the Social Media Manager, Senior Social Media Officer and the Social Media Video Officer.
The Social Media Officer will work closely with the team to create content for the social channels and help manage a growing community of highly engaged young people, parents and supporters. You will also work collaboratively with teams from around the charity to help promote the major campaigns. As this is a new role to help at a busy time, this is a great opportunity to come in and experiment and take risks in terms of how to manage the social media channels, as the team are in a developmental phase, so your ideas will be very welcome. The team could really do with someone who is brilliant at using Instagram, Tik Tok and Twitter, as these are
This role could go on longer but at this stage the charity is not sure on what will happen as the months progress.
If you are available to start within several weeks, then please do apply for this brilliant opportunity to make your mark on addressing mental health for children and young people. Please contact Zelda Leader at Charity People.
CVs are being sent, and interviews will be arranged on a rolling basis so please do not delay.
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