The primary purpose of this role is to assist the National Online & Media Coordinator and the wider Communications team in the development, implementation and evaluation of an effective marketing and communications strategy that supports the organisation in achieving its mission and objectives.
The ideal candidates will possess the following:
- Third level university degree in Marketing, Digital Marketing or related discipline
- 2+ years’ experience in a Digital Marketing role (essential)
- Experienced in SEO, keyword research, AdWords & paid social media marketing. (essential)
- Proven ability in audience engagement (essential)
- Experience in copywriting for a brand, writing in line with a specific brand voice and style (desirable)
- Significant experience managing social media accounts for a business, preferably in the Not-for-Profit or voluntary sector to improve customer experience and increase visibility and engagement. (desirable)
- Good organisational and communications skills essential.
- Excellent interpersonal skills, with ability to work with colleagues and cope under pressure.
- An ability to prioritise and schedule tasks appropriately so as to make deadlines.
- Excellent communications skills are required in liaising with contacts within the Society and with outside agencies (e.g. Print Media).
- An ability to create a uniform “style” across all aspects of the website including Brand protection.
- Excellent writing abilities with complementary use of multimedia; journalistic training an advantage.
- Ability to work closely with and support the National Online & Media Coordinator and work as part of a team.
- Ability to work on own initiative
- The candidate should have a strong understanding of the ethos and workings of SVP and should be able to communicate this via the Website and Social Media platforms
- Good knowledge of IT essential.
- Good knowledge of CRM systems and their integration into websites
- A demonstrated track record in planning and executing digital campaigns.
- Knowledge of needs and issues of the poor and disadvantaged.
Life at SVP – Why work for us?
|23 days annual leave to start
||Pension: 5% employer and employee contribution with an option to increase to 7%.
|2 discretionary days (Good Friday & Christmas Eve)
||Group discount for Hospital Saturday Fund (HSF)
|Paid Sick Leave (following probation period with entitlement increasing with length of service)
||Education Support for job relevant courses
|Paid Maternity & Paternity Leave (18 weeks full maternity leave pay for staff with more than 12 months service & 2 weeks full paternity leave pay for staff with more than 12 months service
||Employee Assistance Programme
Hybrid/Flexible Working Available
SVP support and embrace Flexible Working,
including working from home, in line with the SVP Flexible Working Policy,
where appropriate and subject to role requirements.
If you meet these requirements and have the desire to join one of Ireland’s best known, trusted and respected not-for-profit organisations, please complete the online application.
Please note that we do not accept CVs.
Appointment is subject to satisfactory references and Garda Vetting. Canvassing will not be accepted and may lead to disqualification. Due to the large volume of applications, we are not in the position to provide individual feedback to candidates who are not shortlisted.
SVP is an Equal Opportunities Employer