|Location:||From home role with XR UK (UK Wide)|
|Hours per week:||2-4|
|No. spaces available:||1|
|Meeting Time:||Tues 12-1pm for Digital Rebellion plus additional meeting with Greenwash|
|Meeting Format:||Conference call|
|Meeting Schedule:||To attend the Tuesday meetings when possible, other hours are flexible|
|Essential Skills:||Digital and social media literate. Good communication skills. Highly motivated. Organised and able to work independently.|
|Desired Skills:||Creative and Graphic Design skills. Be able to produce original ideas. Possess a solid knowledge of marketing competencies|
|Accessibility considerations:||Zoom - the meeting format will have live captions|
Greenwash Rebellion are looking to develop their digital platform, improving the existing media accounts (Twitter/X, Instagram, website) as well as developing a TicToc or other social media presence and identifying creative ways to extend the Money Rebellion profile. We are looking for a Social Media literate person to take on this development work. The person will sit within the Digital Rebellion team but be expected to join the Greenwash Rebellion chat and their occasional meetings.
The role responsibilities will include:
Posting of Greenwash content / helping and advising on the Greenwash.earth website
Working with and supporting existing Money Rebellion team who are currently managing the social media
Content curation and moderation of the platform as needed
The time commitment will be a minimum of 3 hours per week and there will be flexibility about when the work is done to fit with individual schedules. This role will be key in building an already established group to access new groups of people.
There will be full support, and training as needed, for new team members.
For more information please contact: Rafela (07956527309) or David (07922179911)
This role is being advertised by the following working group:
Location: XR UK (UK Wide)
Purpose Millions of digital activists, reflecting the diversity of the population, are engaged, empowered and effectively taking action together to achieve the goals of the climate and environmental justice movement. Tearing down barriers and empowering all people, including those traditionally excluded from physical protest, to take part in the rebellion. Recruiting Digital Rebels and giving them the skills and confidence to take meaningful, impactful, and coordinated action online. Supporting the movement to design and deploy effective digital actions Sharing knowledge about effective digital activism to help Digital Rebels move from ‘lone voice’ to ‘heavenly chorus’