Website Street Child
Global Creative & Content Manager
Job Title: Global Content and Creative Manager
Must have: Shooting and editing video, as well as photography experience
Reporting To: Director of Marketing and Communications
Contract Type: Full time
Salary Range: £28,000 – £32,000
Street Child, a rapidly expanding international children’s charity, are searching for an outstanding individual to work within our global marketing and communications (MMC) team- helping to accelerate our organisation’s development and impact.
We are looking for an energetic Creative & Content manager who will help to transform our MMC output by improving the quality of our content and interactions with our audience. This is a real opportunity for a talented content creator to create beautiful assets, with storytelling at the heart.
This role will report directly to our Director of Marketing and Communications but work closely with our fundraising teams and frequently support the rest of the organisation across programmes and global fundraising.
We are looking for someone who can drive our content forward; offering fresh, creative ideas and a strong attention to detail but who can also step back and see the wider, strategic picture. This is a role for someone who wants to get stuck in, has a natural desire to always better the work with an eye on continually optimising content and a willingness to lend their hand across multiple touchpoints of the organisation.
This role supports a wide range of the group’s marketing and external communications:
Shooting and editing video, as well as photography;
A major part of this role is shooting our UK based events, such as our Gala dinners and editing the subsequent content to create wrap up videos as well as promotional content for the future events
Photography at UK-based events
Editing videos which are delivered by in-country talent and programme teams to tell create a compelling narrative and communicate our impact to our audience.
Using existing footage to create promotional assets, thank you videos and content for fundraising events (as captured below).
Impact stories and programmatic content creation;
Creating compelling content which communicates our impact to our audience and ultimately drives deeper engagement. Sensitively and responsibly telling the stories of those we support is vital to this role.
Creating consistent content to develop effective 360 fundraising campaigns, raising vital money for Street Child’s work.
Local partner capacity building;
Developing the capacity of our local partners is central to Street Child and sits at the heart of what we do. Part of this role involves working with local partners to grow and develop their content, to improve their ability to fundraise and communicate their impact.
Event content creation;
Creating content to be used at key fundraising events, such as our annual fundraising dinner, communicating a clear narrative to a room of over 200 people and capturing their attention for the entire time.
Organic content creation and media distribution;
Creating best practice and platform specific content to further our organic channels, continuing to drive above-sector strong engagement and growth.
Delivering compelling content to media outlets, under time-pressure, to position Street Child as a key player in the creation and distribution of content from conflict zones and humanitarian crises where journalists often can’t access.
Paid media content creation;
Developing engaging and effective paid media assets, spanning all media channels including social and OOH- always following best practice.
Reflecting on learnings and insights from previous content and reflecting these in new assets.
Programmatic team training and support;
Supporting programme teams on the capture and creation of compelling content via the development of filming briefs, scripts and feeding back on content captured.
Global communications support;
Supporting the training and development of individuals within the EU and US teams, especially with the editing of basic videos and creating translated versions of master videos.
Identifying opportunities to develop and improve our content output.
Any other tasks as required to support MMC and Street Child.
An optimal location for this role would be in London, with a willingness to work in our London office three, or more, days of the week.
Street Child began working in Sierra Leone in 2008 with one project for 100 children. In just 15 years we have reached over 900,000 children across more than 23 countries. Powerful, imaginative, professional, and at times brave, communications and story-telling have been a key driver in our early development – and will be equally critical if we are to continue to grow our impact for children living in the world’s toughest contexts.
To apply, please click on the link provided or visit our website where you will find details on how to submit your CV and a brief covering note explaining why you think you could make an extraordinary impact in this role – ideally ASAP.
We are reviewing applications and interviewing on a rolling basis.
Pre-employment checks will be required as part of our recruitment process in line with our Safeguarding Policy. Street Child welcomes applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age.
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