WJC is currently seeking to fill the following positions:
A Digital Campaign Manager based in New York, and
A Global Social Media and Communications Coordinator based in New York
The WJC is currently accepting applications for the role of Digital Campaign Manager in our Counter de-Legitimization Unit.
Works full time from the WJC New York Office with necessary travel as required.
Reports to Chief Programs Officer.
Develops and manages innovative and creative social media campaigns to fight Delegitimization of Israel and anti-Semitism, in different media outlets.
Collaborates with graphic designer, video producer and webmaster to ensure a coherent social media presence.
Proposes creative strategies to support Jewish communities in their online fight against anti-Semitism.
Monitors social media trends on delegitimization of Israel and anti-Semitism.
Delivers monthly reports with statistics and results for each campaign.
Manages, develops and maintains activist databases.
Updates and maintains various WJC-owned websites with a focus on activist mobilization and Holocaust remembrance.
Manages social media campaigns to enlarge WJC’s social media audience and presence.
Initiates and organizes digital webinars for WJC Counter Delegitimization Unit.
Cultivates and maintains partnerships with relevant organizations and Jewish communities.
ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS
Bachelor’s degree (or higher) in a relevant field such as Public Policy, Journalism, and/or Communications.
At least two years of experience in social media marketing and digital campaign management. Preference for experience in a non-profit organization.
Knowledgeable of issues and current events relevant to world Jewry and the State of Israel.
Excellent written communication skills in English, with emphasis on proofreading and grammar.
Proficient in Facebook ad manager.
Proficient in Adobe Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign).
CV and cover letter should be sent to the head of the Counter Deligitimisation Unit, Sacha Dratwa email@example.com
Due to the large volume of applications, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted further.
Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the position is filled.
Updated 03 October 2017
Coordination of Social Media messaging from the Executive Office, WJC Program Department, Desks and Units. This includes the preparation and communication of Social Media content on WJC diplomatic impact, activities, events, campaigns and accomplishments of the WJC leadership, departments, units and community updates in collaboration with the Desks and the community SM coordinators.
Coordination of WJC messaging between the Executive Office, Media and PR Director and the SM team, with preparation of Social Media contents.
Establishment of regular interaction mechanism and execution of SM planning for all WJC departments, Desks and Units. This includes holding regular meetings to pull information for upcoming events, actions, campaign and accomplishments to be promoted via WJC Social Media.
Formulation and implementation of Social Media plans and creation of content for global WJC activities and events, in coordination with the SM Director and team and the Media and PR Director.
Lead the formulation and circulation of the WJC monthly Social Media plan in collaboration with the SM Director, including input from the Executive Office, WJC Program Departments, units and desks.
Lead the formulation and circulation of the WJC weekly Social Media impact evaluation in collaboration with the SM Director.
Contribute towards the formulation of the WJC annual impact and content plan, with industry benchmarking, in collaboration with the SM Director.
Establish and maintain Social Media contacts with the global communities in coordination with the Desks.
Working as a key member of the WJC global SM team with regular contribution to Social Media matters as required, to maintain and expand exposure of WJC events and activities on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and other platforms:
Coordinating promotion of all WJC events on Social Media platforms, including live streaming, Tweeting, and rapid posting.
Coordinate content in several languages in regular contact with the entire SM team.
Interacting with Social Media followers and building the community.
Helping promote and share PR and Social Media content with WJC-affiliated communities.
Coverage of the EST time zone line to support 24/7 social media presence of the WJC.
Rapid response to current events and news developments, presenting WJC position on issues.
Contributing to the WJC daily newsletters and the reformulation and continuous contribution of content to all WJC digital platforms and websites, in collaboration with the Media and PR Director.
Other duties and activities deemed appropriate.
SKILLS AND REQUIREMENTS
Excellent oral and written communication skills in English - required.
Inclusive knowledge of social media platforms, advertising and reporting mechanisms - required.
Degree in Media, Communications or International Affairs – preferable.
Previous work experience in a social media environment – preferable.
Strong interpersonal and teamwork skills, independent thinking and initiative are essential.
Self-starter, hard worker and capable of managing multiple priorities.
Ability to work across numerous departments, units and stakeholders in several time zones.
An ear for a good story and an eye for quality graphic and video design.
US citizenship or work permit.
This position reports to the Chief of Staff/SM Director and works full-time out of the WJC New York Office.
Applications should be submitted to the Chief of Staff, Daniel Radomski firstname.lastname@example.org
Updated: 12 December 2017
About the World Jewish Congress
The World Jewish Congress is the preeminent international organization that represents Jewish communities and organizations in 100 countries around the world. It advocates on their behalf towards governments, parliaments, international organizations, and other faiths.
The World Jewish Congress is an equal opportunity employer.