Contract Community Website Coordinator
This role will suit someone who is looking for a great little project on the side with loads of flexibility. The role has several elements:
– We have set up an awesome website (www.newbrightononline.nz) that needs maintaining and is also set for an upgrade.
– Every year we coordinate an events calendar, associated to the website, that we need someone to design, print and manage volunteers to distribute.
– Both New Brighton Online and Renew Brighton have Facebook pages, and we have a Renew Brighton website, with strong followings. We are looking for someone to create content for these.
Note that some of the above roles are ongoing, while others will require additional hours initially. This role is 3 hours per week with an additional 30 hours to be completed within the first 4 month.
The tasks in this role are able to be completed from anywhere so we are looking for someone great at self-managing and working alone. We need you to be someone who is excited about taking on a new project and making it your own. Skills in good and creative communication will be important. As will the ability to keep organised and responsive. A background in using social media and creating web content will be a plus but technical skills are not necessary. Local connections in New Brighton are a plus but not required. You will need to be able to be present in New Brighton for some elements of the work.
How to Apply
Applications are due the 24th August at 5pm. Interviews will be held the week of the 27th August in the evening.
Note: Renew Brighton is currently hiring for two part-time contracting roles. We would be happy to employ the same person for both depending on the skills of the applicants who apply for each. Please see our listing for a Renew Brighton Manager here: https://dogoodjobs.co.nz/jobs/renew-brighton-manager/ .
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