• Social Media Intern at ​Youngstars Foundation

    work ​Youngstars Foundation
    placeAbuja
    Date Posted: 2019-03-15

    Youngstars Foundation is one of Africa’s unique, life-changing youth organization operating in Abuja, Nigeria. We are hiring a Social Media Intern in Abuja

    Job Purpose

    • Is responsible for assigned social media and communications roles including supporting and executing the organisation’s social media strategy, managing organisation’sprioritised social media channels including Facebook, Twitter, Youtube and LinkedIn
    • The intern will work directly with the Communication’s Head and closely with team leaders, project leads, partner organisations and our target communities.

    Qualifications

    • B.Sc/HND in Computer Science, Mass Communication or any other qualification relating to Social Media.
    • At least 2 years’ experience with proof of achievement as Social Media Manager
    • Must be between 21 and 35 years of age.

    Job Requirements

    • Create, schedule, and analyze all the social media updates that are sent to our social media profiles.
    • Create paid marketing campaigns on social to increase our reach and traffic through current and improved social media strategy.
    • Embody our programme, campaign, event and projects in every tweet, update, and conversation on social media.
    • Be data-informed about what's working on social media and what's not
    • Experiment with new growth strategies and ideas
    • Help us explore new social media networks, apps, and tools
    • Work together with the content team to share insight and strategize

    Method of Application

    Interested and qualified candidates should send their Application Letters, CV and recent Passport Photograph to: jobs@youngstarsfoundation.org


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