28 days annual leave in addition to public holidays, excellent non-contributory pension.
Flexible working considered. All staff are currently working fully from home, with expected 2 days in Godalming office in future.
This brand new role will identify, build, engage and grow an online communities, developing a framework giving people the space and power to influence and play an active role in the League, with the aim to mobilise communities into action, be it donating, campaigning or advocacy.
You will have an excellent opportunity to develop and deliver the League’s social media and online digital strategy; combining a data driven approach with a passion for multimedia content and storytelling; and to set KPIs and analyse results and campaigns, translating qualitative and anecdotal data into recommendations.
Managing the Social Engagement Officers, as a team you will develop and communicate the League’s shared vision, through social channels being an advocate for the League, engaging in online dialogues with our communities; and internally, working collaboratively with the marketing, fundraising and campaigns teams to integrate all marketing channels and deliver the campaign activities online.
You will have at least four years’ experience in a senior media/digital role with demonstrable experience of developing a successful online digital/social engagement strategy, based on testing and metrics and experience using creativity and immersion in social media. Alongside SEO, ‘Search and Social’, content management knowledge you will have strong management skills.
Our benefits include generous holiday entitlement of 28 days in addition to public holidays, excellent non-contributory pension scheme, discounts on shopping and cinema, working in a dog friendly office amongst others, but most importantly working with a passionate and committed team.
The League Against Cruel Sports is Britain’s leading charity working towards a kinder society where persecuting animals for ‘sport’ is in the past.
Redefining what is acceptable and inspiring change, we were instrumental in helping bring about the landmark Hunting Act 2004. Driven by compassion and empowered by knowledge, we manage sanctuaries to protect wildlife, carry out investigations to expose law-breaking and cruelty to animals, and campaign for stronger animal protection laws and penalties.
United, we will end animal cruelty in the name of ‘sport’.
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