Deadline for applications:  31st July 2020

We are recruiting a new Communications Officer (Social Media) for the FSA Executive Committee.

FSA Communications Officer (Social Media)

The FSA Communications Officers disseminate FSA and members’ news, promote the Association and our schemes, and stimulate discussion of feminist issues through sharing content on our website and via our social media pages. The new Communications Officer will work alongside two existing team members and be responsible for managing our social media. We are developing the FSA’s online presence and are looking for someone who is committed to producing new and exciting content that will engage new members following the relaunch of our website.

The central responsibilities for the FSA Communications Officer (Social Media) are:

  • Updating the social media pages according to our guidelines to provide cohesion and consistency across our outputs
  • Creating and sourcing regular content for our Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram pages to engage members
  • Responding to comments and messages on social media and moderating any comments that do not adhere to our community standards
  • Providing cover when necessary for the other Communications Officers to ensure our website is up to date.

Knowledge and experience of using social media is essential. The applicant should have a personal Facebook page or be willing to set one up. A basic understanding of SEO and hashtag research, a good eye for detail, and strong organizational skills would also be helpful. Previous experience of or willingness to learn Canva is an asset.

Terms of office run for 3 years and it is expected that Executive members engage with the running of the FSA through regular attendance at Executive and AGM meetings and regular contact with other Executive members.

Those interested in the role should submit a 2-page CV and a 1-page statement explaining why you wish to be considered for the role and how you will contribute to the FSA. Email applications must be sent to by 31st July 2020. All Exec officers must be members of the FSA at the time of assuming office. General enquiries about the role can be directed to the co-chairs of FSA, Laura Clancy and Sara De Benedictis, at

We particularly welcome applications from people in all diversity groups.