Location: preferred Poland, but other European countries acceptable
Application deadline: 31.07.2023
About the Role:
As the Digital Organiser for our Polish and English-speaking community, you will play a central role in managing and engaging with our vibrant audience. Your responsibilities will include:
- Communicating with our community through various channels, including email, social media, and more.
- Proofreading and occasionally translating content to ensure clear communication.
- Assisting in data analysis and user journey improvements to enhance the overall community experience.
- Creating creative and compelling social media content to engage and inspire our audience.
- Setting up tech campaigns and mass mailings to our members.
- Contributing to our strategy development, involving tasks like editing, translation, design, and community management with the help of volunteers.
We are looking for someone who is excited about making a positive impact and can thrive in a multicultural, multilingual environment. The ideal candidate should possess the following qualities:
- Tech-savvy with a willingness to learn and adapt to new tools and skills (from coding to data analysis to social media tools)
- Detail-oriented with an ability to explain complex ideas in a simple manner.
- Results-driven and eager to gather and analyze data for continuous improvement.
- Able to communicate with people from all walks of life and explain complex ideas in a simple way.
- Comfortable working in a decentralized team and willing to travel occasionally within Europe. Native level of Polish and Proficient level of English.
- Community management and database management experience.
- Familiarity with email list management and social media usage for movements/organizations.
- Experience working with volunteers/activists or organizing street actions & protests.
- Graphic design capabilities.
Terms and conditions
- full time, 40 hours/week, over 5 days a week Vacation days equivalent to 30 days
- Permanent contract commitment, with 6 months probation
- Location: Remotely preferred within Poland, but other European countries acceptable
- Salary range, depending on the country you live in and level of experience, presented below:
Annual gross salary ranges (by full time):
- Northern Europe (Netherlands, Belgium, France, Germany): 41,000 euro - 45,000 euro
- Central Europe (Austria, Italy): 39,000 euro - 43,000 euro
- Southern Europe & Baltic region (Slovenia, Greece, Spain, Portugal, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania): 31,000 euro - 35,000 euro
- East Central Europe (Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Croatia): 27,000 euro - 31,000 euro
- Eastern Europe / Balkan region (Romania, Hungary, Bulgaria): 23,000 euro - 27,000 euro
Please apply here. Please submit your application in English by 31.07.2023
The recruitment consists of these steps (the dates are approximate and may slightly change):
- Evaluation of applications
- An online task for chosen candidates for shortlisted candidates in the week 7-11.08.2023
- A job interview for those scoring best in the task in the weeks 14-25.08.2023
- A potential final round interviews the week of 28.07-01.08.2023
Our ideal scenario is for the candidate to start on 18.09.2023