The Economic Hardship Reporting Project, an award-winning journalism nonprofit that covers inequality in America, is seeking a part-time social media editor. The ideal candidate is an experienced journalist who cares about social justice and has a knowledge of culture, policy and politics.
The position, which can be remote, reports directly to the managing director.
The social media editor will:
Create and implement a strategy for our social media platforms.
Creatively amplify our stories across such social media platforms as Facebook, Twitter, Tiktok, Instagram and others, using wit, visuals and community engagement.
Produce original content tailored to various platforms.
Communicate with and engage our followers across platforms.
Create and oversee paid social media advertising campaigns.
Monitor audience metrics, using meltwater and google analytics.
Establish partnerships and alliances that can help raise EHRP public profile.
Develop working relationships with influential voices in social media and journalism, as well as regional groups, unions, other nonprofits and the media outlets that co-publish or broadcast our content.
Education: bachelor’s degree; graduate degree in journalism preferred.
Experience: minimum of three years spent working in social media, digital publicity or community engagement.
We are offering $30-50 per hour, deppending on experience.