Social Media Content Creator - #Social #Media #Content #Creator

Vacancy Title: Social Media Content Creator - #Social #Media #Content #Creator
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London, England
Salary: £30000 - £32000 per annum
Start Date: asap
REF: EDL139715_1651235517
Contact Name: Evie Darroux
Contact Email:
Vacancy Published: 19 days ago

Vacancy Description

Our client is a leading professional body responsible for supporting medical professionals throughout their careers from training through to retirement. They are a non-for-profit organisation. They currently have an opportunity for an experienced Social Media Content Creator to join their marketing team. Offices are in London and they are working flexi remote.

The Role

  • To manage the College's podcast output and social media calendar awareness days, and to produce digital assets including video, podcasts and social media graphics for campaigns and other digital engagement.
  • To manage the Instagram account and support the management of the College's social media channels.

Key Responsibilities:

  • To create digital assets such as video and audio, and to plan and implement multi-channel social media content to support all campaigns.
  • To manage the podcast output, including devising concepts, interviewee recruitment, recording, producing and publishing, with responsibilities to quality assure podcasts from other departments.
  • To manage the social media calendar of Awareness Days, Weeks and Months, including creating and sourcing original content from medical professional, service users and other stakeholders in the form of video, audio and written material, and ensure these are published across all social media platforms.
  • To manage the College's Instagram account, including making decisions around how they support digital campaigns on the Instagram platform.
  • To manage some of the multi-channel social media campaigns and projects with video, audio and written material.
  • To work with the Senior social media and digital assets officer and others to deliver paid for social media campaigns
  • To produce banners to bring our social media content to life
  • To support the running and education of colleagues. This includes helping the Senior social media and digital assets officer to plan and run meetings
  • To deputise for the Senior social media and digital assets officer as needed to run the main twitter, Facebook, Linkedin and Youtube accounts in addition to Instagram, helping to make sure these channels are up to date
  • To come up with ideas, and support/lead the implementation of ideas to improve the College's social media
  • To support the Senior social media and digital assets officer to manage the College's sub accounts
  • Help to analyse social media communications, including producing reports


  • Experience of producing videos, from the planning stages through to delivery, including production of short versions of videos which can be used on social media channels.
  • Experience of producing podcasts, from the planning stages through to publishing and disseminating.
  • Experience of working with images and graphics packages to produce visuals including infographics which can be used to support social media campaigns.
  • Experience of delivering paid and organic social media campaigns including google ad words and paid for Twitter and Facebook.
  • Experience of providing training and/or communicating good practice to colleagues on social media good practice
  • Support the management of social media channels for an organisation, including posting and responding.
  • Experience of developing new and better ways to deliver social media in an organisation.
  • Experience of analysing social media campaigns, including creating reports and making recommendations
  • Good editorial, video and image editing skills, a good eye for detail and an excellent grasp of English
  • Pro-active and able to show initiative, with ability to organise and prioritise own time and workload.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.

Software required:

  • Adobe Creative suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, Premier Pro, InDesign)
  • Final Cut Pro
  • Audacity

Please send CV with supporting portfolio of work. Stating your salary expectations.


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