The main purpose of the role is to communicate information about the farm project in interesting and engaging ways. With the aim to engage with a variety of different audiences through a range of methods.
The main tasks will be:
Assisting with new website content, keeping website updated and social media posting.
Writing monthly newsletter and press releases.
Designing signage and promotional materials.
Good examples of communications is the most important feature of the role. Able to work independently Personal organisation and attention to detail: Good verbal and writing skills Confidence with a range of digital technology and tools Graphic Design skills are desirable but not essential
The communications coordinator will be a part of the EAC team and will have the opportunity to become a member of the Coop if they wish to do so. They will work with the members of the EAC and the advisory group. One of the directors will be main support person for the Communications volunteer and will have regular check in meetings to ensure the volunteer feels well supported.
Flexibility & Commitment
Home-Based Volunteering;School Holidays;Term Time;Flexible;Summer Holidays
4 hours per week
This role can be carried out from home/remotely. We will have a base/office on the farm which the comms co-ordinator is welcome to use as well.
Any expenses will have to be agreed with EAC beforehand. There will be an expenses form that the volunteer will need to fill in. Payment can be paid by bank transfer or another agreed method if the volunteer prefers
- Disabled parking
- Happy to have a conversation about volunteer’s needs