Location: Worldwide with regular catch ups in person (London) or via teleconference
Workload: 20 hours a month for a minimum of six months
Key requirements: Attention to detail, good time-management skills, team player, interest in management/gender/foreign policy thought. Knowledge of MailChimp/Canva is a plus but not essential
Manage four volunteers in a cross-functional team; plan team training
Assist with the production of the bi-monthly newsletter. This includes (but is not limited to) liaising with guest writers, advising on copy and proofreading.
Coordinate projects to support the newsletter marketing strategy.
Analyse and report on campaign performance, make suggestions for improvements.
Together with engagement coordinators, identify partnership opportunities and develop relationships.
Manage email communications with potential partners and subscribers.
What you will learn: How to run a newsletter strategy including segmentation and targeted messaging; project management skills.
This opportunity would be particularly well suited to students looking for experience in marketing and comms with a view to join a non-for-profit or start-up after graduation.
We encourage women of colour, LGBTQ+ women, disabled women and women from underrepresented backgrounds to apply.
HOW TO APPLY
Deadline: 15 January
📧 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org with “application - [job title you are applying for]” in the subject line
What to include: a CV and a few sentences as to why you would be perfect for that job and how it will help develop your job prospects (this last part is really important to me - since you aren't getting paid, I want to make sure you gain skills you need)