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We are currently recruiting for a Digital Communications Worker to help us share the news of the work we do and to spread our reach on our social media channels and website. See the full job description below. 

Position Title – Part Time - Digital Communications Worker
Reporting to – Charity Coordinator
Salary - £13,300.97 per annum

Hours – 20 hours per week


Purpose of the role

Keeping the public up to date with vital information on support services available via our social media platforms, website and advertising projects.

Support us to develop our main income streams and enhance our financial sustainability by raising our profile and assisting with all aspects of fundraising projects.

You will be responsible for creating and sharing content across our social media platforms and on our website. The successful candidate will be tech savvy with creative flair and imagination to build our digital footprint.


The role includes: –


Creating engaging written, graphic, and video content for The Big Disability Groups social media platforms – Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube

Managing content for The Big Disability Group website:

Help develop our social media profile and presence to increase our reach and engagement

Acquiring insight into the latest digital marketing technologies and social media trends, sharing this knowledge with the wider team.

. The DCW will also be responsible for using social media and marketing to encourage Kilt walk and The Big Disability Cycle sign ups- to generate additional funds. Alongside our volunteers and other staff, the Digital Communications Worker will support quarterly fundraising events.

Working with the Coordinator to develop a digital marketing strategy.

Preparing e-newsletters and promotional emails and organising their distribution via various channels

Liaising with volunteers and local community organisations

Assisting with daily admin tasks

Assisting with The Big Disability Group events and activities

Any other duties reasonably requested by the coordinator

Specific duties and responsibilities

  • Be responsible for helping the Charity Coordinator deliver the agreed business plan.

  • Manage phone calls, Emails, direct messages via social media and public online messages with the purpose of providing accurate and up to date information on support services available to the public.

  • Ensuring that all charity social media accounts are managed, updated and attended to throughout the day. This includes Facebook page, Facebook group, Instagram and Twitter account.

  • Helping to maintain and update the charity website.

  • Maintaining databases.

  • Undertake any other duties as required by the charity.


Research and growing the charity

  • Support the Charity Co-ordinator in their research of new services and check for changes to existing services.


Event attendance and representation of the charity

  • It is possible that you may be required to represent the charity at open days and events to raise awareness of the charity and its work. This involves travel across the West of Scotland.

Closing date 30th September 2022

Complete the form below to request an application form

Thanks for your interest!