JOB ADVERT: Digital Organiser French language
Location: anywhere in France, or Brussels
Application deadline: 13 October 2022
WeMove Europe is an independent and values-based organisation that seeks to build people power to transform Europe in the name of our community, future generations and the planet. We are people from all walks of life, who call Europe our home – whether we were born in Europe or elsewhere.
Our job is to move a community of a million people across Europe on issues that matter – including the climate emergency, migrant rights, workers’ rights, better governance, and more. We know this number of people also needs to grow and diversify further so we can represent a strong critical mass that can bring about change in Europe.
We work with staff in 10 countries who connect digitally every day and in person periodically.
About the Role
The core of the role is the “French Language Digital Organiser” for 25 hours/week.
- Manage the WeMove Europe community in French :
- Speaking to our community via email, Facebook, Twitter, phone calls, and other channels as we develop them
- Proofreading content
- Digging out data
- Helping us improve user journeys and the overall experience of our community-
- Producing creative and engaging content for social media in your language(s)
- Tech set-up: campaigns and mass mailings to members
- The kinds of things you could be doing as our strategy develops over time: helping us think through tactics, editing, translation, design, working with volunteers to help community management
For people with extra availability and the right skillset, there could be an additional 10 hours/week, as an“External Communication Officer”. This means:
- Keeping our websites up-to-date
- Maintaining campaigns documentation and reporting
- Annual activity report preparation
- Supporting our external facing online comms and branding
- You are excited to work in a multicultural, multilingual environment and team who are deeply committed to changing Europe for the better
- You are tech-savvy, keen to learn about new tools and acquire new skills (from coding to data analysis to social media tools)
- You are comfortable in executing a supportive role, motivated to contribute with self-initiative and creativity towards new and better solutions and processes
- You speak, read and write a native level of French. Your fluency in English is to a degree that you can work internally in an English-speaking environment and can translate into your language.
- You are also:
- Detail oriented
- Quick to understand new software and online tools
- Able to communicate with people from all walks of life
- Able to explain complex ideas in a simple way
- Driven by results and crave more data
- Keen to run tests that are backed by statistical significance
- Motivated by thinking out of the box + being innovative
- Prepared to travel once or twice a year in Europe
- Open to working in an intercultural, decentralised team
The following skills are considered a bonus:
- Community management
- Database management
- Familiarity with email list management
- Working with social media
- Working with/organising volunteers/activists
- Organising street actions & protests
- Social media use for movements/organisations
- Graphic design
- You speak at least one other European language to a high level of fluency: please note that we are interested in people who can communicate well in two languages.
Terms and conditions
- 25 or 35hrs/week, over 5 days a week
- Vacation days equivalent to 30 days (by full time)
- Permanent contract commitment, with 6 months probation
- Salary range: 22,000 – 24,000 euro monthly gross salary (at 25 hrs per week), depending on experience
- Location: anywhere in France, or Brussels
We are committed to being a diverse and inclusive workplace which is why people from communities that experience discrimination on the basis of race, ethnicity; women; people with disabilities; and LGBTQ+ people are especially encouraged to apply.
We do not share the implicit belief that people in online campaigning startups necessarily have to be very young and encourage people who left their twenties and thirties behind to apply, including those caring for small children.
How to apply
If you are interested in this position, please submit an application in English by 13 October
- motivation letter
- mentioning of your experience with voluntary political activism
- contact details for three references (name, function, e-mail, phone number)
- we appreciate brevity: please do not send more than one page
- mentioning your language skills in your first language, English and other languages according to a scale from A1 to C2
Any questions can be directed to [email protected]
The recruitment consists of these steps:
- Evaluation of applications
- An online exercise for chosen candidates for shortlisted candidates in the week of 24 – 28 October.
- A job interview for those scoring best in the exercise the week 31 October – 4 November.
- A potential final round interviews the week of 7 November.
- Our ideal scenario is for the candidate to start the last week of November or early December.