Social Media Volunteer

  • VO90584


Description

Social Media Volunteer
Help make a difference to the lives of others, by supporting the social media presence of Equal Futures.

We are looking for a talented Social Media Volunteer to create and maintain a strong online presence for our small charitable company.

Equal Futures creates connections for people with a learning disability or Autism Spectrum Condition (ASC) and their families through Circles of Support, befriending and social events.

Your role is to implement online marketing strategies through social media accounts.
You will develop easy to read, original content and suggest creative ways to attract more online followers and promote our service. Ultimately, you should be able to increase awareness for our organisation.

We are looking for someone who can commit to working on our social media strategy for at least 6 to 12 months, posting regular content on platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
You may be creating blogs entries, or you may attend events to interview people for social media.

Social Media Volunteers will:
Be IT literate – able to use Microsoft Office package – Word, PowerPoint, Excel.
Have experience of producing original content on online platforms- Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn.
Be clear, creative, and confident in communicating with others; both online and in person.
Enjoy working as part of a team.
Always maintain confidentiality in-line with our GDPR requirements

We welcome applicants from all sections of the community and will work flexibly with you to ensure your volunteering journey is a positive and satisfying experience.

For more information on the role or to apply,
Please contact: info@equalfutures.org.uk

Organisation aims and objectives

Equal Futures is an organisation set up by a group of parents with a family member with a learning disability. This gives a unique viewpoint to the range of challenges families face when they want to make sure that their sons and daughters live a good life. Many families feel isolated; unsure where to ask for help. Most people with disabilities will have social care services to provide support for daily living. But there is often a lack of understanding in these services that people want more than this. Everyone wants friends too – this is where Equal Futures can help.

Restrictions

Minimum age: 18

Last updated 5 months ago