Deadline: Monday 24th of April, 12pm
The Women’s Equality Party is seeking an enthusiastic and creative Digital Communications Coordinator who can create innovative and impactful digital campaigns which deliver on change. Digital campaigns and social media are instrumental for our model to shape the political agenda for good. The Digital Communications Coordinator will be instrumental in creating engaging, and empowering digital campaigns which drive social justice and amplify the voices of those most excluded from political spaces.
This role will offer the right candidate the creative freedom to put their stamp on our digital channels through coordinating and implementing digital strategies for influencing, elections, member and supporter recruitment and fundraising campaigns, across a range of social media channels.
- Coordinating the party’s digital presence and all social media channels, including, but not limited to, Twitter, TikTok, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube and LinkedIn
- Maintaining a digital content calendar as well as curating and creating engaging multimedia content including writing scripts and copy for digital content
- Storyboarding ideas for campaigns to inform, inspire, influence and involve internal and external audiences. Supporting relationships with creative agencies, with a view to leading on them
- Training and supporting party branches, caucuses, members, officers, volunteers and supporters to develop effective and engaging digital campaigns and digital content to support their campaigns, including developing and maintaining guidance and training
- Designing or overseeing the design of printed marketing items - such as flyers, banners, and signage
- Creating, editing or overseeing a range of digital graphics and assets, including animations, images, short films, banners, infographics and social media cards, to promote our policies and campaigns
- Working with the Head of Campaigns and Chief Executive to develop and deliver digital media strategies and marketing plans
Full details are set out in the job description:
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To apply for this role:
Please submit an up-to-date CV and cover letter (no more than one A4 page) that clearly demonstrates how you meet the person specification and why you want to work for the Women’s Equality Party, to [email protected] alongside an optional equal opportunities monitoring form to [email protected] by no later than noon on Monday 24th of April 2023. Applications will not be accepted after this time.
Interviews will be held in-person on 10th May, and will include a task.
We are an intersectional feminist organisation and for us that means both our goals, and our approach to achieving them, have to be informed by an understanding of the different ways that inequalities manifest for women. We strive for this by constantly challenging ourselves, and by working to make our movement and campaigns as diverse and inclusive as possible.
We stand against all forms of discrimination. We are committed to being an anti-racist, LGBT+ inclusive organisation and believe in a social model of disability. We particularly encourage applications from Disabled people and Global Ethnic Majority people, who are underrepresented at this level.