Job role: Social media officer
Are you a keen communicator and interested in leveraging social media to create awareness and change?
We are looking for an enthusiastic, creative and passionate individual to join our dynamic team.
All interested candidates are requested to send an updated CV and a cover letter in Word and PDF formats at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please ensure you include both Word and PDF files for accessibility, else your application may not be considered.
Nature: Full time
Location: Delhi or remote
Work Experience: Prior experience of 2 years preferred.
- Day-to-day execution and management of all our social media pages, including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Linkedin and Youtube
- Create posts—including graphics, short videos, and text—for these channels
- Plan and design larger stakeholder and community engagement on a regular basis.
- Build our overall presence and expand our reach.
- Promote our programmes, reports and publications, and other efforts for maximum impact with cohesive, cross-platform content
- Research and updating information and learning on the latest disability rights issues, concerns and opportunities.
- Designing and executing relevant campaigns on social media.
- Building and fostering partnerships and colaboration with organisations, influencers etc for amplification of content and campaigns.
- Writing social media reports and tracking progress through analytics.
- Attending virtual and in person events and documenting using social media
- Language of disability rights
- Willingness to learn about intersectionality and newer domains of work and issues.
- Excellent written and oral communication skills.
- Self motivated and ability to work in a dynamic flexible environment and small teams.
- Photography, video, sound editing skills.
- Willingness to travel for events, activities, trainings and campaigns.
*Salary competent as per industry standards and considering work experience if any.
*Rising Flame is an inclusive and safe work space. Persons living with disabilities and with other marginalised identities are strongly encouraged to apply.