World of Film International Festival is looking for a Social Media and Marketing Coordinator to join their 7th edition. As a Social Media and Marketing Coordinator, you will:
- Monitor and increase current engagement and followers on different social media platforms (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter).
- Improve the festival’s reach, by suggesting changes to the organisation’s website and implementing new strategies on additional platforms.
- Independently research topics related to film production and distribution and identify content that is relevant to WoFF.
- Advertise the festival and its events on the aforementioned social media channels.
- Create engaging text, image and short video content for our social media channels in anticipation to, during, and after the festival.
- Regularly update our social media channels during the festival (8th – 11th October) with photographic content, as well as live streaming if/when possible.
- Engage with the audience online and offline.
The ideal candidate will have a keen interest in social media and PR, and have an academic background in Media Studies, Digital Marketing or a related subject. Candidates with relevant work experience will also be considered.
You should be self-motivated and able to organise your own workload, with excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Knowledge of Facebook and Instagram ads and analytics is essential. Knowledge of Facebook Pixel is desired but not essential.
Previous experience with photo editing software is essential, along with IT proficiency and copywriting skills.
Ability to communicate via email and work remotely in an efficient manner in your own time is essential, with availability for occasional meetings.
Experience with WordPress or other CMS is desirable.
Knowledge of or interest in the local festival circuit would be beneficial.
Applications from the following areas are highly encouraged: Govan, Anderston/City/Yorkhill, Hillhead, Southside Central, Partick East/Kelvindale.
Start date: Candidates will be expected to start in early September. Hours will be part-time in the weeks before the festival and full-time during the festival (8th – 11th October 2020).
Location: Remote before the festival, Glasgow based during the festival (pending guidance from local authorities).
Salary: Fixed rate of £585, based on a total of 65 hours at £9/hour. Please note that the role is offered on self-employed basis.
Deadline: Saturday 22nd August, 12 noon. Interviews will take place remotely during the last week of August.
Please send your CV and a cover letter detailing your relevant skills and experience to firstname.lastname@example.org