Social Media Manager (Turkish channels)
The press review euro|topics follows key debates in the European media and translates the best comments into five languages (English, French, German, Turkish, Russian). It’s an initiative of Germany's Federal Agency for Civic Education (BpB) produced by Berlin based journalist network n-ost.
We’re a dedicated five-person editorial team of debate junkies and for the online portal eurotopics.net we’re looking for a
Social Media and Community Manager (Turkish channels)
- obsessed with the Internet and social media (very active on Facebook & Twitter)
- qualified as social media manager (studies, job experience)
- enthusiastic about all sorts of political, economic and social topics across Europe and in Turkey
- experienced with relevant photo, video & audio software (e.g. Photoshop or Gimp)
- able to work quickly under pressure
- ... and who has native-level Turkish skills and a very good command of English (good command of German is an asset).
Sound like you? Great! Here are the things you’ll do while with us:
- Write gripping posts and tweets on the Turkish Facebook & Twitter channels of euro|topics
- Manage our community on the social networks & get in touch with influencers
- Develop new formats (audio/video) to present our topics and debates
- Analyse the user behaviour
You’ll work part-time from Monday to Friday (1.5 hours per day, around noon, home office) from anywhere in Europe (preferably based in Turkey or Germany) and you should be prepared to start in February.
Interested? Then send your CV and motivation letter to firstname.lastname@example.org (as one pdf) by January 21. For any questions please get in touch with Andreas Bock: +49 (0) 30-259 32 83-12.
n-ost is an international network linking journalists and media initiatives from the EU, Eastern Europe and neighbouring countries. As a media NGO we campaign for independent foreign reporting, media pluralism and access to information. Our network provides training and supports journalistic research with a cross-border approach and media monitoring.