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Wednesday, 10 August 2022, from 10:00 to 11:00 CEST (UTC+02:00)
COMMUNICATIONS and SOCIAL MEDIA INTERNSHIP
In particular, this position will support the IUCN-Med corporate department with developing, disseminating, and monitoring performance of content, especially for social media and the corporate website. She/he will assist also on communication support to projects implemented by the different departments of IUCN-Med, namely, with content creation for social media.
The Position may provide support to other Communications needs for the IUCN-Med office.
- Assist IUCN-Med’s presence on social media (Facebook,Twitter,Instagram, Linkedin) with the development and dissemination of a weekly content programme based on corporate and project activities, as well, as monthly monitoring of results.
- Support specific campaigns on social media to increase the number of followers and outreach, using infographics, micro-videos, or animated gifs, including identifying and following key influencers.
- Assist the update process of the IUCN/Mediterranean website, reviewing, translating and uploading new content in coordination with all departments of IUCN-Med.
- Support elaboration of social media and web content of IUCN-Med projects.
- Monitor and moderate comments on social media posts, intervening as appropriate to answer questions and guide the conversation.
- Assisting with day to day administration tasks.
- Perform other duties as may be assigned from time to time.
- This position will have a gross subsistence/ allowance of 650 € per month.
• - Advanced Degree in Communications, Journalism, Marketing, Translation, or similar field;
• - Background and/or experience working in communication, or any other related field will be an asset;
• - Experience using advanced tools for online publishing, including content management systems (such as wordpress), social media analytics and social media authoring tools like SocialFlow, Hootsuite, TweetDeck, etc;
• - Fluency in written and spoken English and Spanish. French will be an asset;
• - Strong motivation and interpersonal skills; excellent communication;
• - Graphic design skills
• - Valid work permit within EU.
• - IMPORTANT NOTE: the applicant should be registered as a student in a University to apply.
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