The Role

Our Volunteer Content Creators produce content for our Twitter, Facebook and Instagram platforms, using scheduling to promote the charity, it’s work and it’s events in order to boost audience engagement online and encourage site visits. Their role is to promote, develop and maintain a consistent online presence. They should have access to a computer and be happy working from home and to a brief.

We are looking for:
– Someone who is confident and capable of using Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Hootsuite
– Strong communication skills and the ability to communicate effectively and succinctly
– Ability to transform small snippets of information into interesting and engaging stories suitable for social media.
– Happy working independently and as part of a team
– Good understanding of confidentiality
– Someone who can make links to appropriate new accounts and organisations to build and sustain new relationships within our online community
– Someone who can contribute to and follow a social media content plan

What are we looking for?
• Someone who is confident and capable of using social media
• Strong communication skills and the ability to communicate effectively and succinctly
• Ability to transform small snippets of information into interesting and engaging stories suitable for Twitter, Facebook etc.
• Happy working independently and as part of a team
• Good understanding of confidentiality
• Someone who can make links to appropriate new accounts and organisations to build and sustain new relationships within our online community
• Someone who can contribute to and follow a social media content plan

What’s in it for you?
• Developing your social media skills
• Developing your communication skills
• Experience of working in heritage
• Full training and induction
• Supporting the work of the wider Norfolk Archaeological Trust
• On-going support from a designated staff member

To find out more please contact Jules Armour, Volunteer Coordinator at julesarmour@norfarchtrust.org.uk