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Volunteer Opportunity - Creative Media Specialist

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ORGANIZATION: Mast Cell Action

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Become a Volunteer Creative Media Specialist.

Are you enthusiastic about making a positive impact and using your creative flair to support a worthwhile cause? Mast Cell Action, a dynamic and influential charity committed to raising awareness and driving positive change, is in need of a Volunteer Creative Media Specialist. Your role will be pivotal in helping us spread our message, raise awareness, and inspire action through compelling videos.

Role Overview:

As a Volunteer Creative Media Specialist, you'll collaborate with our Volunteer Creative Multimedia & Equality Manager to craft captivating videos that showcase the essence of our organisation. Your creative storytelling skills will captivate audiences, translating intricate ideas into accessible content that resonates with viewers.


Utilise your proficient video editing skills to craft high-quality, visually appealing content.

Apply your expertise in camera equipment, lighting, and sound setup for professional video production.

Weave engaging narratives that emotionally connect with viewers and align with our mission.

Employ your exceptional communication skills to effectively convey our message through videos.

Utilise your knowledge of YouTube and social media best practices to maximise video reach and engagement.

Manage your time efficiently to meet deadlines and handle multiple projects concurrently.

Collaborate with fellow volunteers, staff members, and stakeholders to align video content with our objectives.

Uphold strong ethical standards in content creation, ensuring accuracy, fairness, and sensitivity.

Respect confidentiality and the privacy of individuals associated with our charity.


Proficiency in video editing software and techniques.

Demonstrated experience in video production and content creation.

Creative thinking and the ability to transform complex concepts into engaging content.

Strong verbal and written communication skills.

Familiarity with video platform functionalities and algorithms.

Adaptability to changing priorities and evolving needs.

Ability to work independently and as part of a team.

Ethical standards in content creation.

Desirable Skills:

Experience in managing a YouTube channel.

Knowledge of animation and motion graphic techniques.

Proficiency in Adobe After Effects, Adobe Premiere Pro, and Adobe Photoshop (or equivalents).

Time Commitment: 4-8 hours per week


Opportunity to make a tangible impact by supporting a deserving cause.

Develop and showcase your creative talents.

Gain experience in content creation and video production.

Collaborate with a passionate and diverse team.

If you're excited about contributing your skills to a purposeful cause and being part of a vibrant community of change-makers, we invite you to apply! Please submit your application, including your CV and a portfolio highlighting your past work.

Let's collaborate to create content that ignites change and raises awareness for Mast Cell Action's crucial mission. Join us today and make a meaningful difference!

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About Mast Cell Action


6 Willes Terrace, Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, cv31 1dl, GB

Mission Statement

Our vision is to ensure that everybody suffering from MCAS in the UK receives adequate support, can expect knowledgeable diagnosis & care, and can look to a future in which the disease is actively researched, better understood and more effectively treated. In sum we aim to improve the lives of MCAS sufferers by giving them a voice, recruiting and supporting doctors & researchers, and lobbying policy-makers.


We are a rare diseases charity established at the end of 2015 to respond to Mast Cell Activation Syndrome (MCAS). MCAS is a crippling, unpredictable and frightening condition affecting the immune system. Sufferers from MCAS have "wrongly programmed" immune systems that react to a wide range of triggers including food, drink, stress, temperature and many others. The effects range from unpleasant allergic reactions, through to an overall debilitation resulting in people being unable to leave their houses. It was first recognised internationally in 1990, with a set of diagnostic criteria agreed in 2011, but is little known or understood in the UK, where incidence seems to be increasing. Here patients can wait 3-5 years for a diagnosis, often receive very little knowledge or help from within the medical establishment and can find themselves in a frightening limbo. (More on the disease can be found on our website: www.mastcellaction.org or on Facebook


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