£42,417 - 51,260 per year
020 7820 7333
3 months ago
A fantastic and well-established care and research charity are looking for a Senior Social Media Manager on an 11month FTC (maternity cover).
Please note this role is home-based.
In this stimulating and varied role as maternity cover for the strategic lead for social activity across the organisation, you will play a critical role in successfully continuing and launching ambitious campaigns to address the mission of the charity.
You’ll work closely with the Media Manager and colleagues across all directorates to keep the mission of the charity firmly on the agenda, working with colleagues to develop creative, integrated campaigns that advocate, change public policy, promote the charity as leaders in research and galvanise individuals to join with the charity as part of a social movement for change.
During the contract period the post holder will play a crucial role in embedding the new social media strategy to support this work, working across teams to get buy-in for a data and impact-driven approach to activity.
As well as managing day-to-day activity across key channels, the team works with a wide range of stakeholders across the organisation to build great user-focused social engagement strategies into campaigns, spanning owned, earned and paid activity. The role and wider team are also responsible for ensuring that colleagues have the right tools, skills and guidance to use social effectively to support a wide range of business objectives.
If you’re a self-motivated, proactive social media expert with experience managing a team using social to deliver on a wide range of objectives, then please do get in touch!
Applications are being reviewing on a rolling basis.
Harris Hill Charity Recruitment Specialists operates an equal opportunity policy and commits to treating all of our candidates and jobseekers fairly. We welcome and encourage applications from everyone regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships.