Job Board >> Part-time Junior Social Media Strategist
|Company Name||Keep A Child Alive|
|Date Posted||19, Tuesday 2013|
|Listing Type||Hourly Rate|
Founded in 2002 by 12-time Grammy Award winner Alicia Keys and AIDS activist Leigh Blake, Keep a Child Alive (KCA) provides treatment, care and support to over 300,000 families affected by HIV/AIDS in Africa and India. KCA focuses on treatment by making antiretroviral drugs available to children and families that cannot afford it. We also believe that along with drugs, children and adults living with HIV need compassionate and comprehensive care and support. KCA is also committed to providing care for children who have been orphaned by AIDS in Africa and India, giving them hope for a future. We currently support 8 comprehensive treatment and other care programs through locally run organizations in South Africa, Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda and India and over 9,000 people on anti-retroviral therapy.
KCA raises awareness about HIV/AIDS and our work through cutting edge media campaigns and documentary films that engage the global public, and holds a number of high profile fundraising events including the annual Black Ball®. KCA leverages its depth of creative talent to advance its message and raise funds to sustain and build upon our unique program approach.
The Junior Social Media Strategist will be reporting directly to the Director of Production.
The ideal candidate will co-develop along with the Communications Department the implementation of the organization's social media goals and strategy.
The Junior Social Media Strategist will collaborate with a team composed of a graphic designer, web developer in the delivery of the organization's communications needs.
Must be a good storyteller and have the ability to translate the organization's program results into compelling narratives for multiple audiences.
Will write and edit materials as needed: revise copy for the organization's website, articles, press releases, text alerts, social media communications via Twitter / Facebook, blog posts, briefs, talking points, the organizations annual report, and speeches for KCA's various audiences.
Needs to have exceptional writing, editing and creative thinking abilities.
Bachelor's degree in journalism, communications, or related field is required.