£25,227 pro-rata per year
Contract, Part-time, 10.5 hours per week, ideally hours will be spread over several days
Job description

The purpose of the Digital Communications Officer role is to enable Cord to effectively engage it’s wide range of stakeholders.  Cord’s current funding comes from institutional donors and UK supporters. UK supporter income makes up about 20% of Cord’s annual income. It includes donations from individual givers, churches, community fundraising, low level trusts and corporates. This role will provide compelling digital comms for UK supporters. 
In the delivery of its work Cord collaborates with a wider range of technical experts, community members, partner organisations, networks, local authorities, businesses, embassies and institutional donors. The Digital Comms Officer will support the production of communications to engage the people and organisations Cord collaborates with. 
The role will develop and implement a social media strategy to engage the various stakeholder groups. It will lead on the design and production of all digital communications including website updates and social media platforms. It will support the production of compelling digital communications include emails, videos, templates, and social media posts.

More about Cord

Cord’s vision is of a world where all people live in the fullness of peace; having the freedom to flourish and live free from fear. ... Read more

Posted on: 22 March 2021
Closed date: 18 April 2021
Tags: Communications, PR, Digital

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