Social Media Officer
The NEMBC is seeking a part-time social media officer for an immediate start to assist during a busy period and upcoming NEMBC conference in May 2023.
To commence, there will be a probationary period of 6 weeks, with the possibility to extend into a permanent position. The position offers flexible working arrangements and will support the successful applicant with an appropriate work from home model.
The Social Media Officer will be working closely with the CEO and Communications Officer to execute social media strategies. This will be achieved by creating and publishing content across a range of social media, websites, digital and marketing platforms to deliver messages and engage with audiences. These platforms include Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, Mailchimp, Soundcloud and recently Omny Studio.
The successful candidate will assist by promoting our conference and daily news bulletins across these platforms as well as performing other relevant duties under the instruction of the CEO.
The NEMBC in Brief:
The National Ethnic and Multicultural Broadcasters’ Council (NEMBC) is the peak non-for-profit organisation representing ethnic community broadcasters across Australia.
The NEMBC contributes to media diversity by maintaining and connecting people to their language, culture and identity. The NEMBC provides daily news, emergency warnings, audiograms and explainers to culturally & linguistically diverse (CALD) communities and has been able to reach millions of people through radio broadcasting and strategic online distribution.
The NEMBC has experienced phenomenal growth in the past two years in producing a news service that ultimately helps alleviate stress & anxiety in multilingual communities – allowing them to stay updated, make informed decisions and feel safe during times of need.
To be successful in the role, the applicant must be:
– Skilled and knowledgeable in the use of a variety of Social Media platforms (including an understanding of analytics, trends and audience engagement)
– Familiar with the multicultural community broadcasting sector and/or experience in the Australian media/radio industry.
– Sensitive to the intersectionalities and diversities that contribute to multicultural communities across the country.
– An excellent verbal and written communicator with a keen eye for detail
– Have 2+ years in a similar role
– Have a basic understanding of sound and visual design/is familiar with the use of entry-level software such as Canva and Audacity
– Come from a multilingual and/or multicultural background or have an understanding of the role that language plays within culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities.
Under the direction of the NEMBC CEO the social media officer will:
Promote and increase the visibility of the NEMBC’s upcoming conference taking place between the 26th-28th of May Be available if needed to attend the conference and assist in social media. Identify key activities in the multicultural and community broadcasting sectors to craft and post relevant messages across our social media platforms. Use the NEMBC’s voice to produce written and multi-media content that increases audience engagement and align with stakeholder requirements. Develop relevant audio, video and visual graphics content for transferable use across our variety of media platforms Contribute to the development of social media strategies and identify/assess potential opportunities Measure results by tracking metrics and insights on each platform and develop reports. Responding to inquiries/comments and act as the online face of the NEMBC Upon request develop, use, and implement other new media Be available to manually post content outside of working hours (weekends and ad hoc requests) if required. Undertake other social media responsibilities as required.
The NEMBC is based in Melbourne but will gladly arrange for independent and remote working conditions for the successful applicant.
In order to apply send your CV and a response to the above criteria to firstname.lastname@example.org.