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Volunteer Social Media Specialist for Funtime Games project

Think Cre8tive Group CIC


Posted over 30 days ago...

Help Funtime Games create a world where all young people feel they belong, feel safe and are celebrated regardless of their differences. 


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wakefield , wf45nf

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Expires at anytime

What will you be doing?

Think Cre8tive Group CIC is looking for a Social Media Specialist to help develop and grow its Funtime Games UK project. You will be responsible for managing a number of social media profiles and website design including content creation, developing and maintaining, but not limited to blogs, video feeds and trending social networking sites. Working with the CEO/Wakefield Director your expertise will help us develop a marketing strategy to spread awareness of our project. 

What are we looking for?

Strong project management/organisational skills In-depth knowledge and understanding of social media platforms and their respective participants (Facebook, Youtube, Twitter, Instagram, Tiktok etc.) and how they can be deployed. Ability to effectively communicate information and ideas in written and verbal format. Ability to build and maintain relationships in person and online. Good technical understanding and can learn new hardware and software quickly. Public relations, marketing, sales, community management experience Experience in photo and video editing a plus Understanding of Google Analytics, as well as Facebook/Instagram insights

What difference will you make?

Your role as a social media specialist is vital to spreading awareness of the Funtime Games project and amplifying our impact. You will help us achieve our long term goal of sustainability for a project that ensures that all young people feel they belong, feel safe and are celebrated regardless of their differences.


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