Social Media Manager
ABOUT THE JUST SOLUTIONS COLLECTIVE
The Just Solutions Collective identifies and promotes just solutions to climate change from Black, Latinx, Asian, Indigenous, and Frontline leadership. We provide informed analysis and reports on the leading community-developed and equitable policies, projects, programs, and more.
We are broadening and deepening the understanding of equitable and effective policies and projects and fostering a national movement of peer learning. We are elevating the essential role that community-led solutions play in creating change and supporting Black, Indigenous, Black, Latinx, Asian, Indigenous leadership and Frontline community-based organizations to spotlight and scale their solutions across the country.
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The Just Solutions Collective seeks a talented part-time social media consultant to implement the Collective’s social media strategy and maintain the Collective’s public voice.
This role will create original content, curate content from relevant community partners, policymakers, and/or climate news and analysis on a daily basis. The Social Media Manager will work with the Senior Communications Consultant and Community Engagement Coordinator around the co-design and implementation of special social media projects such as webinars, the release of Collective reports and analyses, supporting Collective Fellows around the launch of their projects, and active listening and amplification of Collective partners in the BIPOC-Frontline led climate justice movement. This role will build the Collective’s social media presence from the beginning, build an audience, and support its growth, specifically among representatives from BIPOC-Frontline led organizations, climate policymakers, mass media, ally-led organizations, and academia. This position will routinely track audience engagement and growth metrics.
Social Media Management
- Launch the Collective’s social media Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram feeds
- Review content from the Collective’s social media and news feeds one to two times a day (social listening);
- Curate and post relevant content an average of two to five times a day across the Collective’s Facebook, Twitter and Instagram feeds
- Align all content and engagement efforts with the current JSC brand narrative, personality, and tone. The Collective will provide onboarding for this consultant role on brand and voice.
- Track daily engagement around content and pivot strategy as audience engagement changes and share high-level monthly reports
- Manage content calendar for evergreen and upcoming topical cultural, industry, and political happenings, opportunities, and developments
- Coordinate with Collective staff and partner team on creating/curating content around current news events
- Coordinate with Collective staff and partners to share and post special announcements from Collective fellows and partners as needed
- Co-develop project’s social media content and audience engagement strategy
- Develop social media toolkits including proper handles, hashtags, sample content
- Create sample social media content for the organization’s accounts
- Create simple visual assets (memes) and/or advise visual asset designer in image creation
- Occasional live coverage of JSC events, as needed
- An average of 8-12 hours a week (no more than 50 hours a month)
- Initially six months (February 2022 through August 2022) with an option for renewal
- Remote, in the domestic US
- Ability to travel and attend meetings as needed, potentially on weekends and evenings - travel and lodging provided at expense of JSC
- Experience in managing and producing social media content for Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
- 2-3+ years of substantive social media experience in community building, non-profit, policy, and/or philanthropic sectors
- Experience working on environmental or climate justice issues, with a sophisticated level of understanding of the issues, landscape, and language
- A passion for social justice and pop culture, and ability to translate that into powerful content that advances the Collective’s vision, mission, and values, amplifies our partner community and engages our audiences
- An understanding of environmental justice issues, basic principles and theory of change
- Experience working with different kinds of people, communicating to a diverse set of audiences, and a working knowledge of the dynamics of power, privilege, and bias
- Ability to work independently and within the voice, brand, and style guidelines
- Highly organized, proactive, detailed-oriented, and communicative
- BONUS: Ability to use or learn software like Photoshop or Illustrator, meme & gif generators, and/or apps like Canva is a plus
Compensation will be negotiated at an hourly rate between $50 and $85.
* Just Solutions Collective centers the work and lived experience of diverse communities and reflects that commitment in our workplace. Black women, queer, trans, and nonbinary people are strongly encouraged to apply.
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We are an equal opportunity employer and our team works directly with diverse professionals, community leaders, and non-profit organizations all focused on solving the climate and racial justice crises. People of color and others from underrepresented groups, especially people with direct experience working within the communities Just Solutions Collective partners with, are encouraged to apply. We welcome all people to be part of our team regardless of their race, ethnicity, national origin, gender identity, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, marital status, age, physical abilities, and religious beliefs.
Just Solutions Collective is a fiscally sponsored program of Community Initiatives, a 501c3 nonprofit organization. Community Initiatives is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to ensuring all employees and applicants receive equal consideration and treatment, regardless of race, color, creed, gender (including gender identity or gender expression), religion, marital or domestic partner status, age, national origin or ancestry, physical, mental or medical disability, sex, sexual orientation, citizenship, military service status, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by state or federal law or local ordinance.