Social Media Assistant - Digital Rebellion

Group:Digital Rebellion
Location:From home role with XR UK (UK Wide)
Hours per week:2-4
No. spaces available:2
Meeting Time:Group meetings are Tuesdays 12-1pm (briefing you at other times if you can’t make every week)
Meeting Format:Conference call
Meeting Schedule:Flexible - we share this work on a weekly rota and can discuss what's right for you
Essential Skills:Confident communicator, pro-active and reliable. Competent user of social media (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter/X) and some experience of creating content for social media
Desired Skills:Any of the following experience would be great too: graphic design, video editing, TikTok, Chilli or Telegram experience
Accessibility considerations:Access to a computer and smart phone required. You would need to be able to use a computer/keyboard and participate in zoom meetings. Closed captions can be used during meetings.

Do you have a passion for social media and online action? Digital Rebellion needs you! :-)

Join our team at this exciting time when we are building up our presence and support following the launch of our website at the beginning of this year. Through our social media channels, we are aiming to amplify national and local XR campaigns, plus highlight online actions run by partner organisations. The goal is to facilitate accessibility to action for all, whenever, wherever people can do it.

You’ll be supported by the social media coordinator and team to share posting of social media content including: digital action call outs, posting upcoming events, and partner organisation campaigns. 
You’ll also be encouraged to proactively research ways in which Digital Rebellion can support XR groups with online action.

This role is being advertised by the following working group:

Digital Rebellion

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’

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