We know that many charities undervalue having a strong digital presence. We do not want to be that charity. Work with AMIS, Scotland's leading male domestic abuse organisation, to build a charity fit for the future.
The current health crisis is raising a significant range of unexpected concerns. For AMIS, our service users primarily contact us through a helpline but are finding it difficult when they may be in isolation with their abuser. We need to want better ways to use our online presence and tools to fulfil our aims.
We are seeking someone who will, with support, develop a plan and strategy for a more substantial online presence. It is important to us that we are offering top-quality content and information to the general public to further our charitable aims. This role will cover all elements of our digital presence, including our social media and website.
The Digital Presence Lead will advise the Board and take a proactive role in:
Qualifications & Experience
Anyone in the UK can do this role. You will communicate through email, instant messaging and virtual conference software, such as Zoom or Skype, to work with a member of the Board.
We are looking for a skilled and experienced individual as outlined in the role description. We also believe passion is essential to making the most significant impact. We are a small but dedicated team who want to make Scotland free of domestic abuse for everyone. If you share this passion, this is the first step.
You can have a significant impact at AMIS. We support over 500 men each year with a small budget. We are continuing to grow, with around a 10% increase in service users over the past year. Your support will make a noticeable difference to many.
To do this, we need someone who has these traits (among others):
You will be building content and strategies that will be in place for several years. Our social media and website are accessed by many thousands of people every year. We are growing. In the past quarter, we have seen a massive increase in website visitors. We are not even close to peaking - the services we offer are in much demand, and we will grow to meet it.
You will make a difference. You will be making Scotland safer.
AMIS services are much-needed. The work our staff and volunteers do is fantastic. By becoming a volunteer, you will become a member of this small team of difference-makers.
You have the freedom to advise and build a strategy that will have a long-lasting impact. This freedom is essential to us. We want you to be creative, thoughtful and engaged.
Check out our Facebook and Twitter accounts. Also, have a peek at our newly updated website. This will show you where we are currently.