Remote, paid internship
The Commission for International Justice and Accountability (CIJA) is seeking to contract a Community Manager who is native English speaker to assist the Resonant Voices assessment team with a social media managing.
The Resonant Voices Initiative in the EU (RVI EU) is an online campaign intended to counter the radicalization and polarization among the Western Balkans diaspora communities living in the European Union.
The RVI EU is implemented by the Commission for International Justice and Accountability, Balkan Investigative Reporting Network (BIRN), and Propulsion Fund (PF), as part of the Civil Society Empowerment Program under the EU Internet Forum, with funding from the European Union’s Internal Security Fund – Police.
SCOPE OF WORK
The Community Manager is responsible for managing and engaging with the RVI online community.
Tasks and responsibilities of the Community Manager will be as follows:
A. Copy editing:
- Proofreading of all RVI’s social media English communication
B. Community management:
- Responding to fans in a timely manner
- Monitoring, tracking and reporting on feedback
- Building relationships with fans/followers
- Handling crisis communication
- Coordinating with the creative team
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
The assignment lasts from September 2019 to November 2020.
SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS
- Native English speaker that lives in Belgrade;
- Preferably student/bachelor- or master’s degree in political science/journalism/sociology/law;
- Has knowledge of human rights, immigration, democracy, political and religious extremism, etc;
- Communicates clearly and in an argumentative way.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR APPLICANTS
Interested applicants should send their most recent CV via email to email@example.com by September 6, 2019, midnight CET.
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