Social Media Coordinator
Locations: Isle of Wight, North West Kent, West Kent, South & East Somerset, Oxfordshire, Windsor & East Berkshire, Gloucestershire, Bristol & Bath, South Wiltshire, Plymouth, Torbay, North Devon, Exeter & East Devon, South & West Somerset, Blackpool Wyre & Fylde, York, Grimsby & Cleethorpes, South Lancashire, Hull & East Yorks, Lincolnshire, Nottigham
The MND Association has over 90 branches and groups across England, Wales and Northern Ireland, all run entirely by volunteers who work together in many different ways to provide support, raise awareness, influence, and fundraise at a local level.
Volunteers play an important role in the MND Association. They help to ensure that people with MND and their families receive the support and services they need.
We are looking for a Social Media Coordinator to be responsible for the management of the branch social media platforms and the development of the branch social media network.
What does this role involved?
This role would suit someone who has some experience of social media and a keen interest in social networking. The ability to write clearly, accurately and succinctly and the enthusiasm to grow the branch/group online presence would also be an advantage.
This is an excellent opportunity to develop skills and get involved with your local community. You will gain experience of managing a social media community and the opportunity to find out more about how charities such as the MND Association operates.
This role is flexible and you can give as time much as you want and are able to give.
Full training and induction will be provided and travel expenses will be reimbursed.
For more information or to apply for this role please visit: https://volunteering.mndassociation.org
The MND Association was founded in 1979. Our mission is to improve care and support for people with MND, their families and carers. We also fund and promote research that leads to new understanding and treatments and brings us closer to a cure for MND. The Association also campaigns and raises awareness so the needs of people with MND, and everyone who cares for them, are recognised and addressed by wider society.