|New Media Coordinator || Post # : 103602|
|Date Posted :||November 24, 2015 |
|Location:||Delhi, India |
|Salary/Rate:|| 7,00,000 |
|Miracle Foundation India empowers orphans to reach their full potential by revolutionizing the way orphanages are run, funded and managed; because every child deserves to feel safe, nurtured and loved. By focusing on the whole child and helping orphanages provide health care, emotional support, education, life skills and house mother training, they are preparing children who were once alone to grow into self-sustaining and valued members of our world community.|
They are dedicated to making this happen, and they are looking for like-minded people to join them.
The Miracle Foundation is a non-profit organization in the United States and in India is an Indian Section 25 NGO which is responsible for executing our work in India.
The New Media Coordinator will work closely with The Miracle Foundation Development team in the US and India to execute the annual marketing plan and support all new media requirements as well as plan and execute donor fulfilment on the ground in India. Using previous development sector experience, this professional must be able to work with children, caregivers, and the in charge at the children’s home to develop content for all social media initiatives.
• Work with Miracle’s teams in India and in US to execute its annual marketing plan including social media, marketing materials, and donor fulfilment.
• Based on the plan and target for social media, develop all content to effectively tell a powerful story to our social media channels. Content includes powerful pictures with strong captions, blog posts and videos.
• Ensure that the organization’s social media channels are regularly updated and contribute to create a discourse around key priority areas- donors, influencers and supporters
• Create and produce content for Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, and YouTube (including powerful images, persuasive videos, creatives, posts, blog posts, etc.) and ensure timely execution.
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