Social media content strategist & creator (volunteer, 1–10 hours per week)

Summary:

  • Position: 1 social media strategist & creator role

  • Pay: Voluntary

  • Hours: 1–10 hours/week

  • Role: Create social media strategies and posts for the Talking Mental Health Facebook, Instagram and Twitter accounts


About us:

We’re Talking Mental Health, a company dedicated to changing the conversation about mental health.

Founded in 2020, we began as a social discussion website for people to share their mental health experiences with others. Our intent was, and still is, to help people realise they are not alone and to encourage people to seek help when needed.

A sense of community is at the core of our business, providing the driving force we need to get people talking about mental health. Our social media accounts are primary channels through which we communicate with our community, sharing anything from personal mental health stories to news coverage of the latest developments in the mental health world.

Our goal as a business is to become a primary source of all things mental health-related and, as such, we are looking to build a social media presence that is recognisable as a leading voice in mental health.

The role:

Social media content strategist & creator

Purpose of the job:

To craft social media strategies for Talking Mental Health Facebook, Instagram and Twitter accounts, and create posts for sharing on them

Responsibilities:

  • Build forward-thinking and coherent social media strategies for the Talking Mental Health Facebook, Instagram and Twitter accounts

  • Draft social media content for publishing on each respective social media account

  • Increase impressions, interaction and follower counts on all Talking Mental Health accounts

About you:

Essential:

  • A passion for mental health and making a difference in the way we talk about it

  • A passion for social media platforms and a sound understanding of how they work

  • A solid grasp of the English language and grammar

Desirable:

  • Experience in crafting social media strategies

  • Experience in creating posts for social media accounts, preferably for Facebook, Instagram and Twitter

  • Experience in building social media presences, preferably for Facebook, Instagram and Twitter

  • A willingness to share content you create for Talking Mental Health social media accounts with your own social media networks

Please note, this role is voluntary. We are currently in the stages of monetising our business.


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