Media & Content Creator
Key role information
  • Date added: 24-04-24
  • Hours: 37.5 hours per week. This will include evenings and weekend work, so must be flexible with the hours due to the fixtures
  • Wage: £22 500 to £25 000 p/a DOE
  • Sector: Commercial
  • Location: Wakefield
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Media & Content Creator

Juice Personnel are delighted to be working alongside a local community foundation to recruit a Foundation Media & Content Creator to join their team.
Working across a broad range of departments, a Foundation Media & Content Creator will use the power of digital media to promote our client in the Wakefield community, liaising with internal staff, participants, and respective teams to showcase the brilliant impact we make to the lives of who we work with.

The successful candidate will also play a key role in working with local businesses to drive revenue generation and hosting fundraising events, including building strong relationships with existing and potential key stakeholders to maintain programmes and projects are supported.

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The Role

  • Oversee & produce all the social media and website content relating to the community foundation and Ladies team
  • Create a high volume of graphics, posters, and flyers to a high standard, used both digitally and in print, for both the foundation and Ladies’ accounts
  • Create specific department-based videos to show the work of the foundation across all media platforms
  • Produce & manage high-quality photos showcasing the foundation’s work for both the foundation & club’s social media
  • Write & publish all press releases, news stories, and feature pieces for the official website to tell a story of work we undertake in the community
  • Use digital media to work with beneficiaries, funders, and participants to show the difference the foundation makes in the community
  • Use the latest social media trends to increase engagement across the foundation and highlight positive impact
  • Cover all of the foundation’s respective sides (PDRL, LDSL, Wheelchair, and Ladies) throughout the season for both the club & foundation’s social media platforms and website
  • Cover all community activity on a home matchday, including Community Rugby League
  • Market all foundation-related activity appropriately throughout a season
  • Work with members of the media team to schedule posts and promote the foundation’s work to a wider audience
  • Liaise with internal & external press for both inquiries and to publicize the foundation’s work
  • Assist with managing the existing sponsors situated across the foundation, Disability Rugby League, Ladies through commercial activation and managing company expectations
  • Maintain and build relationships with existing sponsors to support the work of the foundation & related teams
  • Supporting and assisting networking opportunities to build new relationships with potential commercial partners to support the foundation’s work
  • Hold and attend regular networking events for internal and external partners across.
  • Raise awareness of the foundation and its work
  • Assist with maximizing fundraising potential by using traditional and creative methods of fundraising
  • Organize and market numerous fundraising events to support the foundation and associated causes
  • Inspire new supporters to raise important funds for the foundation as well as maintaining relationships with current donors
  • Increase funds by working with like-minded charities and trusts with similar aims and activities

About You

  • An interest in sport – more specifically Rugby League
  • Excellent time and task management skills with good attention to detail
  • IT literate
  • Excellent knowledge of relevant social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram)
  • Experience using Adobe programmes (Photoshop, Premiere Pro & Lightroom.
  • Extensive knowledge of technical equipment to shoot high-quality videos and photos
  • Highly self-motivated with the ability to work independently and act on own initiative
  • Flexible with a positive outcome focused approach to problem solving
  • Collaborative worker with the ability to work within a team and develop partnerships (both internally and externally)
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and positive approach to new ways of working
  • Ability to communicate effectively in a variety of ways to different audiences
  • Ability to provide proactive customer service (initiate business meetings with local companies to sell the Foundation’s work)
  • Ability to build and maintain relationships
  • Strategically minded and has the ability to oversee projects with a clear goal in mind
  • Creativity and imagination towards revenue generation
  • Demonstrates respect for diversity and equality of opportunity to actively promote an inclusive environment
  • Demonstrates commitment to own learning and continuous improvement through training and development
  • Ability to work under pressure to tight deadlines
  • A minimum of 1 year experience working in the Journalism/Commercial sector
  • A Journalism/Business related Degree is desirable


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