Digital Communications Designer- Campaign Against Antisemitism
- Location: London
- Sector: Marketing and PR
Every year, we reach millions of people through our work in the media and social media. We have become a go-to source of information and comment for journalists. Tens of thousands follow us on social media, hundreds of thousands read our website, and our research is widely relied upon.
Our message often touches on complex concepts, such as conspiracy theories, and highly-sensitive subject matter, such as violent hate crimes.
The Digital Communications Officer’s role is to support the Communications and Research Manager by:
- Designing and artworking graphics;
- Producing smartly-presented, carefully laid out leaflets and documents;
- Shooting and editing videos; and
- Using our online tools to measure performance of campaigns and content.
You will work within our team to devise new means of creatively disseminating Campaign Against Antisemitism’s message via social media, collaborating to create concepts for content and campaigns that cut through to our audiences, and innovating quickly to virally engage our supporters.
The successful candidate will be creative and precise, even under pressure. You will have excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work as part of a large and growing team.
Hours: 22.5 hours per week
To apply for this role please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline for applications: 30th October 2020