Position: Social Media/Research Team
Commitment: 4 hours per week, for a period of at least one year, off and onsite working schedule
To provide support for AIDS Vancouver in creating a comprehensive social media presence. This position will help develop social media strategies and implement frameworks to create a foundation for social media and communications.
- Liaise with Social Media Team Leader and agency coordinators
- Provide web and social media support in person, through workshops and presentations and using online tools for staff, volunteers and clients.
- Respond to questions, provide information, communicate and participate on social media tools to promote the work of the agency.
- Review Social Media to find opportunities, ask questions, answer questions and connect people inside and outside AIDS Vancouver.
- Create help documents, track progress, questions and communicate with the team using wikis, shared docs and other web tools.
- Help analyze and evaluate social media tools with usability testing, surveys and other measures.
- Provide record of hours.
- Attend bi-monthly meeting
Skills & Attributes
- Must have social media experience in a professional setting
- Great online communication skills
- Great in-person and written communication skills.
- Willingness and ability to participate as part of a team.
- Detailed knowledge of social media apps and communication programs
- Willingness to stay in regular contact with social media supervisor
- Commitment to ongoing learning/training to keep skills and knowledge up to date.
- Interested in HIV/AIDS and related issues.
- Training & Support • AIDS Vancouver Agency Orientation & Education.
- Specialized social media training.
- On-the-job orientation.
- Ongoing support and supervision from assigned Supervisor.
- Evaluations, exit interviews, and letters of reference (upon request).
- Non-Violent Crisis Intervention training.
- To gain leadership skills, knowledge and experience within a nonprofits environment.
- Experience creating social media platforms for non profit agencies
- Have access to latest HIV/AIDS related information
- To be part of a larger team that is working towards social change within the HIV/AIDS movement.
- To learn new and transferable skills, knowledge and experience.
- To engage in opportunities for leadership, community service and personal/professional development.
- To be recognized and appreciated for valuable contributions.
- To meet new people and have fun!
Vancouver, BC V6B 5S8
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Please Make sure you meet these minimum requirements before applying.
- Must be 19 years of age or older.
- Have legal immigration status in Canada; i.e. resident, citizen or student visa.
- Must be willing to make 1 year commitment, depending on which program requirements.
- Must be willing to complete a criminal record check.
- All volunteers must also attend our Core Training Program. Here you'll learn about AIDS Vancouver’s programs and services as well as participate in skill building topics including, HIV, cultural awareness, diverse community involvement diversity, confidentiality, and communication.