SCDA works across East Sussex supporting community based projects aimed at addressing the needs of those most vulnerable in the community.
The Strength in Numbers Project supports people in the local community to access advice and information. Community Navigators work closely with clients to create action plans and signpost to a wide variety of local organisations. This is a great opportunity to gain volunteering experience from home during Covid-19 restrictions.
What does the opportunity involve doing?
An exciting opportunity has arisen to support the creation and continued development of the Strength in Numbers social media pages. We are looking for Social Media Volunteers to work with us to create content and increase our online presence in order to raise the profile of the Advice and Inclusion Service and reach more people within the community.
Do you want to develop and apply your social media skills in a professional context? Or gain more experience to support your studies? If so, this may be the role for you.
What induction, training and support is offered?
In return you will
Receive a full induction to SCDA and the project
Receive support from a dedicated volunteer co coordinator
Gain valuable experience within a social media based role
Have the opportunity to work as part of a small team
Receive training relevant to your role
What skills or qualities are needed?
• A good knowledge of social media platforms
• Access to a computer and internet at home
• Excellent online communication skills
Deadline for applications
31 Dec 2020
Community and social centres
Research/media/campaigning Volunteering with computers