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Do you enjoy using social media, writing blogs, and generating catchy articles? Perhaps you are a hashtag guru, who is looking to develop their career in journalism or communications.
Perhaps you are a carer who wants to write articles on managing your time or coping with stress more efficiently to support our service users. If writing is your passion, then apply it to a rewarding role in supporting us to engage our service users.
Working closely with our Communications Officer (CO) to write engaging blogs and content. These will be sent to our CO who will edit (if necessary) and then upload to our social media accounts.
Generating a range of topics to debate, such as stress/time management, eating well, or even managing your money.
If you have a good eye for photography, you may wish to take breath-taking and inspiring photos to add to your blogs.
Vlogging (video blogging) on a variety of different health related issues or coping with daily challenges.
Sharing links, or indicating your thoughts on thought provoking books and documentaries.
You do not need to be an expert at Twitter or Facebook, as all content will be forwarded to our CO who will upload the content.
We are looking for someone who can really inspire our service users with engaging blogs.
Whilst the candidate does not necessarily have to hold a degree, a GCSE in English grade C and above is preferred.
Basic punctuation and spelling are essential.