The Women’s Equality Party is looking for a creative digital strategist to lead the problem- solving charge, helping to connect the dots between our influencing objectives, supporter growth and engagement, and brand goals. This is an exciting opportunity for somebody who is passionate about social change and the role that data-driven technology can play in it. We are looking for a collaborative self-starter who loves digital and has the tech skills and strategic vision to scale ideas.
This role will work within the Women’s Equality Party to identify unmet potential, opportunities and challenges and deliver digital and data-driven solutions and campaigns. Working across the Community & Connectedness and Making Change Happen teams, they will create and oversee strategies that enable teams to work together to achieve our influencing objectives at the same time as growing our reach and improving the experience of our supporters. They will develop impactful digital communication strategies, content strategies and social strategies that have impact and look beyond what is being done by other parties and organisations now to come up with innovative approaches to making change.
Communications: Take on complex narratives and messages and structure them within platforms to grow and sustain our presence and support and shape conversations.
Campaigns: Leverage digital formats, audience culture and social influencers to create scalable standalone and integrated campaigns online that achieve real change.
Elections: Reimagine voter contact campaigns in the context of social distancing, which play to the strengths of a young and insurgent political party. Win the digital election and use it to drive our media and ground campaigns.
Supporters: Be the glue that connects insight, performance and media with creative. Develop long-term content and growth strategy for the Women’s Equality Party.
Innovation: The Women’s Equality Party was established as a disrupter, not only to make change directly but to model change and push other parties into doing better. We would like to extend this work into our use and understanding of data-driven technologies and this role would lead the way.
Full details are set out in the job description:
To apply for this role, please submit to us:
- an up-to-date CV
- a statement of interest addressing the requirements of the person specification
- an equal opportunities monitoring form (optional)
Please email applications to firstname.lastname@example.org by no later than 18th October 2020.