Build on existing skills and learn & develop new skills in using social media, communications and PR.
An excellent opportunity to play a vital part in inspiring young people about wildlife, birds, the environment and conservation.
RSPB In-house training and career development opportunities.
Support and guidance from experienced RSPB staff.
Free membership to PVG disclosure scheme, plus safeguarding and health & safety training.
Enhanced CV by volunteering with a well-known and exciting conservation charity, the largest in Europe!
Enjoy being part of a professional team.
Tasks will include:
Developing a communications plan to increase awareness and recognition for the group and RSPB over the course of a year.
Collating and analysing current communications and messages and ensuring consistency.
Developing and co-designing with young group members inspiring content for a variety of promotional media inline with our safeguarding and social media policies: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Blogs, Vlogs, press releases, posters, fliers to secure and grow media coverage both online and offline.
Regularly coordinating and responding to emails from the Wildlife Explorer group leader to ensure content is in line with activities
Keeping a portfolio of stories and media content records that can be used by RSPB for feedback and evaluation.
Maintaining contact and working with the Youth and Families officer to ensure Safeguarding and Social Media policies are being adhered to.
Because you will be linked in with other RSPB pages, you will get to learn about the wider work of the RSPB on a national and regional level, as well as building new relationships with local wildlife interest groups.