AAI Hiring Social Media Administrator

Atheist Alliance International (AAI) is seeking a candidate to manage its social media channels and campaigns and to assist in membership management.

This is considered to be a part-time contract position consisting of 15-20 hours per week.

 

This position will be responsible for:

  • Posting AAI campaign- and image-directed messages for AAI to social media channels, including Facebook; Twitter; Google+; and AtheistNexus.
  • Coordinating AAI News Team and posting new articles from Team to the AAI website.
  • Crafting campaign messages to be disseminated through email and social media, as directed by other AAI officers.
  • Executing campaigns through AAI's social media platform as directed by other AAI officers.
  • May also be responsible for scheduling & arranging for Secular World podcast co-hosts and guests as directed by other AAI officers.

 

The position will be as a contractor to AAI and be paid a rate of US $800-$1,200 per month, depending on experience and other skills brought to the position.

 

Requirements:

 

The successful candidate must:

  • Have reliable access to the internet.
  • Be comfortable with internet technology and applications.
  • Be well-versed in English.
  • Be familiar with social media abilities and uses.
  • Be familiar with on-line marketing concepts and approaches.
  • Be able to self-manage work without direct supervision.
  • Be prepared and able to track and report on activities completed each week.
  • Be in agreement with the mission and goals of Atheist Alliance International.

 

Preferences given to candidates:

  • With past experience in social media marketing, campaigning, and/or fundraising.
  • With track record in working independently.
  • Who know more than one language.
  • Who live outside the United States.

 

Position to be open until filled. Interested candidates should submit a resume and up to a page explaining your interest and the background you bring to this position to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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