Social Media Team Leader
KARA (Kids At Risk Action)
The Social Media Team Leader is responsible for overseeing a team of Social Media Promoter Volunteers who post content and enhance engagement to drive greater online community support for KARA on multiple social media platforms. Our intent on social media is to encourage education and promote discussion related to research, advocacy, and current events on child abuse and child protection, to inspire people to take action in various ways to develop stronger communities, and to support KARA and other organizations working toward keeping children safer.
- Act as Supervisor to all Social Media Promoter Volunteers to support them as needed
- Oversee all volunteer activity to record who is posting which content on which platforms
- Give permissions to Volunteers about if content is appropriate for posting
- Direct volunteers to post certain types of content, depending on need
- Receive direction from KARA Administration about priorities
- Suggest opportunities for growing community and engagement
- Identify and cultivate relationships with influencers and other organizations in our child advocacy and support
- Reports to KARA Administration monthly about achievements, goals, roadblocks, and inactive volunteers
- Enjoys leading others by demonstrating commitment through example
- Detail-oriented, organized
- Motivated and proactive with the ability to work independently with purpose and accuracy
- Proficiency with the following preferred: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn
- Native fluency in spoken and written English, able to communicate clearly and consistently
- Proficiency with Google Suite Apps such as Drive, Sheets, etc.
- Responds formally to all inquiries from Social Media Promoter Volunteers and from KARA Administration within 72 hours required
About KARA (Kids At Risk Action)
910 First St South #4091, Hopkins, MN 55343, US
KARA supports the people, policies, and programs that help abused and neglected children.
Advocating and raising awareness for abused and neglected children.