Digital Communications Officer
Join a growing and ambitious digital team to make communications second to none!
Progressive Charity seeking to improve local community health and lifestyle.
About Our Client
My client is a Charity based in London and have an ambitious mission to shift the dial on some of the biggest community issues. To do this, they make use of every tool in the took kit! Strategic communications and stakeholder engagement play a big role in helping to do just that. Currently recruiting for a Digital Communications specialist to bring this Charity into 2020 and beyond.
The key responsibilities for this Digital Communications Officer based in London are as follows:
Identify and drive strategic and tactical improvements across all our digital channels, including web, social media and e-newsletters.
Work closely with the team to plan, design and produce impactful, digital-first communications outputs, embedding best practice.
Set up KPIs and measurement processes, gathering the right data, confidently translating it into insight and using it to drive improvements.
Smartphone/Digital camera use to film short videos & take photos.
Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn or Instagram practical knowledge & ability to produce eye-catching and informative social media content that appeals to our audience.
Strong social media management, strategy and analytics.
Writing long form content for Electronic Direct Mail and our website, including press releases and human interest features, & repurposing web content for social.
Reporting on relevant metrics.
Working effectively with a wide range of people, at all levels.
The Successful Applicant
The successful Digital Communications Officer will have the following experience:
First-hand experience with a broad digital channel mix, with web and social media as essential and newsletters as highly desirable.
Experience using Content Management systems.
Experience of identifying and driving iterative improvements to digital channels.
Experience managing paid campaigns (Facebook, Google Ads) is a plus.
CMS (WordPress, Joomla, Craft, etc) skills and website maintenance experience.
An understanding of html and experience with Google Analytics.
Experience applying SEO principles.
What's on Offer
This Digital Communications Officer role is a part time role (3 days a week) 12 month contract based in London, offers best in class benefits and an annual salary of up to £28,705 per annum. Not for Profit and Charities experience is preferred but not essential.