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Global Footsteps is a volunteer-led Cheltenham based charity established in 1985 with a focus on sustainability and education, promoting unity and protecting the planet for future generations ...

Nature & sustainabilityPoverty reductionEducation
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Social Media Officer

Organisation role · 3–10 hrs/Week
GL52 2PB, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England, United Kingdom
SupervisingBusiness DevelopmentCoordinationSocial mediaMarketing & CommunicationsCreative
Nature & sustainabilityPoverty reductionEducation
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Global Footsteps
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Summary

We are looking for someone energetic and social media savvy who is motivated to develop creative skills in the charity sector.

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The Role

 

We are looking for someone to carry on the work of our Social Media Officer who is moving abroad. She has already set up a personalised strategy and we have a presence on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. We now need someone who can:

  • Develop, implement, and manage our social media strategy.
  • Define most important social media KPIs
  • Manage and oversee social media content
  • Measure the success of every social media campaign
  • Stay up to date with the latest social media best practices and technologies.
  • Communicate with our web developer on branding improvements and providing feedback on website development.
  • Design our seasonal newsletter with updates for members, using Mail Chimp.


If you have experience in those areas and can devote some of your time to help Global Footsteps, then we would love to hear from you. 

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About Global Footsteps

Global Footsteps is a volunteer-led Cheltenham based charity established in 1985 with a focus on sustainability and education, promoting unity and protecting the planet for future generations. We work with international partnerships such as the Aniga Women in Kisumu, a Kenyan Friendship town to Cheltenham, and are sponsoring and fundraising for a sustainable farming project with them. Locally we have a presence with our Portland Street office and are developing our local connections with institutions and organisations that share these similar concerns for climate change.

We are growing more engaged with local festivals and events, and we are starting to plan events and activities in our office building that will help raise our profile, improve social engagement and encourage donations. We are always looking for volunteers willing to bring excitement and diversity of mindset and innovation.