mothers2mothers is looking for an experienced digital communications/marketing professional who has experience across the digital mix, including web, email marketing and social media.
mothers2mothers (m2m) is an organisation that unlocks the power of women to eliminate childhood AIDS and create healthy families. m2m trains and employs women living with HIV in sub-Saharan Africa as “Mentor Mothers”. Through their training and employment, they become role models who help women and families at health facilities and in their communities access essential services and medical care, start on any treatment they need, and continue with their health journey.
Working with the Communications and Campaigns Manager, you will play a key role in utilising the full digital mix to raise awareness and understanding of mother2mother’s work and partners with key audiences. With an emphasis on driving revenue via digital channels, you will also be taking the lead on content creation as well as paid digital activity.
The Digital Communications Officer will play a key role in the development of a fully integrated digital communications strategy. You will ensure that the website is fully optimised for SEO purposes, as well as leading on the development and delivery of social media campaigns to engage with target audiences. The post holder will also be working closely with the charity’s patrons and ambassadors, and their digital and social teams, to create and identify campaigns.
We are looking for an experienced digital communications/marketing professional who has experience across the digital mix, including web, email marketing and social media.
You will need to have up-to-date knowledge of digital software, such as CMS Systems, email marketing tools, social media management tools, SEO, Google Analytics and a basic HTML ability. You will also need to have a strong content creation background and strong internal stakeholder engagement ability.
For more information about the role, please contact Toby Roberts | firstname.lastname@example.org | 07950 309 028.