JOB ADVERT: DIGITAL MEDIA SPECIALIST

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Media Monitoring Africa (MMA) is a human rights NGO specialising in media monitoring with the goal of advancing a media culture in South Africa that is critical and fair, free, diverse and ethical. If these types of issues speak to you, then read on.

We’re looking for a kickass digital media specialist to help take MMA’s social media communications to the next level.

You should apply, if you:

    • Have a suitable marketing/online journalism/digital media qualification
    • Can develop and implement creative, tech-savvy campaigns that can bring in wider online audiences for MMA
    • Can create mouth-watering online content (including but not limited to videos, graphics and podcasts)
    • You want to make the world a better place and want to pursue the realisation of social justice and human rights in South Africa and beyond
    • Know the difference between bots, trolls and Canva
    • Are able to work in a haphazard, ever-changing environment
    • Are able to think fast on your feet, and can respond to unexpected issues accurately and without fuss
    • Have a good sense of humour (this will be tested!)
    • Can make yourself understood, with excellent verbal and writing skills
    • Describe yourself as an energetic self-starter who takes actively takes initiative on any project you are involved in
  • Proven experience in this field will be a distinct advantage

Benefits of working for MMA:

    • Flexibility
    • Working with an extraordinarily fun team
  • Know that you are doing your bit to change the world

Remuneration will commensurate with relevant experience. Interested applicants can send their CV and a motivational letter with the Title: Digital Media Specialist Application to vacancies@mma.org.za. Closing date for applications is 31 December 2018. Successful candidates will be contacted in January 2019. For more information, please call Sarah Findlay on 011 788 1278.

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