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Managing BRD Social Media Platforms

Bureau for Rights-Based Development BRD

07 Dec 2017 This opportunity is no longer available Share
07 Dec 2017 This opportunity is no longer available Share
Background and objectives
BRD is currently looking for an online volunteer to support BRD in marketing and PR through social media. The task includes: Managing BRD social media platforms. Design and develop content and material for social media, work closely to BRD staff for gathering the update and contents on BRD activities, events, reports, pictures, video clips to be published through social media. Prepare press release and other advocacy contents in the occasion of international days. The volunteer will be working with BRD teams using online communication tools for discussion on the contents for social media and website and marketing the organization in Facebook and twitter, instagram and Linked In pages. The volunteer will be responsible for, content, material development, editing and publishing of the material.
Outreach and advocacy
Marketing and advertising
BRD is an Afghan charity organization working in the area of human rights, community development, environmental protection and promotion of good governance and accountability through civil society empowerment in Afghanistan. BRD is planning to improve its marketing and PR through social media and website to raise awareness about the work we do and engage more in media advocacy.
Volunteers: 1 needed
6-10 hours per week / 24 weeks
The volunteer should have experience in PR and Marketing, design and development of contents, editing pictures, mclips and other graphics. Experience in managing social media platforms, media monitoring, including uploading and publishing the contents. Strong English skills and written communication. Please upload your CV in English.

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