Events Publishing Assistant/Social Media Guru - Exeter, Devon

Posted:
Saturday 23 April 2005
Vacancy type:
Office and administration, Publicity and promotional
Location:
South West England Regional Office

What we're looking for

We particularly need help to keep our Facebook pages lively, up-to-date and entertaining. (Visit facebook.com/RSPBsw) .We also need help getting all our exciting events - from Gloucestershire and Wiltshire right through to Cornwall and Isles of Scilly on external websites.

The skills you need

We need a Social Media guru - someone who understands what makes a good post and what doesn't. You also need to understand what images 'talk' to people. You need to have a keen eye for detail and be a stickler for accuracy. Good Word and Excel skills are essential, web skills or the ability/willingness to gain them would be an advantage. Proofreading skills would also be useful.

Your time

Minimum:
One day per week, and more during busy periods
Duration:
Ongoing
Period:
All year round

What's in it for you?

You will not only have the satisfaction of knowing that your work will not only encourage people to learn more about local wildlife but will also increase understanding and support for the diverse conservation work of the RSPB. You will be part of a small and friendly team, whilst having the opportunity to gain /hone skills while supporting the work of Europe's largest wildlife conservation charity.

How to apply

Contact

Roberta Smith, South West England Regional Office
Tel: 01392 432691
Email: Roberta.Smith@rspb.org.uk

Notes

This role can be done by one person or split into two - web work and Facebook. The role(s) are busy and fast paced so we need you to be able to hit the ground running. We will provide support/guidance and ensure you understand /become familiar with our systems. Expenses will be reimbursed where necessary. The RSPB works for a healthy environment rich in wildlife for the health and enjoyment of all. It relies on the support and generosity of volunteers to make a difference. The RSPB is the UK Partner of the global federation of conservation organisations, BirdLife International.

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