-Closing 9th September 2021
Establish accessible tech and comms to create the robust infrastructure we need to increase our capacity for communication and networking.
1. To develop our website structure and facilitate or train Core Group members and Associates:
To link CRM and on-line accounting systems;
To integrate the supporters sign-up, so that it adds details to an appropriate data file that can populate contacts in an appropriate campaign platform (Mailchimp) for sending newsletters, surveys or requests to different contact lists;
To to develop the members sign-in for use by the Core Group and Associates and facilitate and support them as required in editing the content on the website, adding new content and prepared videos or podcasts and utilising the CRM and accounting software, while ensuring that all activity is in line with data protection legislation and our own design guidelines
2. provide social media and design support:
On Canva, Trello, or other design platforms – to upload our design guide and allow the Core Group and Associates to share designs and download these directly to social media outlets, as well as maintaining personal spaces for work in development;
Offer support in troubleshooting the changing requirements of social media platforms, including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, Tweetdeck and You Tube;
Advise/support the core group and associates, on virtual meeting, webinar and event platforms, eg Zoom, Teams, Go to Meeting, Hop In;
Advise/support on different media text systems (eg Signal, Messaging, Messenger, Slack etc) appropriately;
Facilitate Core Group in basic video and podcast editing, production and uploading.
While much of the work may be managed virtually, there would be a requirement for face-to-face meetings in the Scottish Central belt.
The Core Group (who direct the Secure Scotland project) are not paid or employed, but they are all individuals who are responsible, experienced and are currently active in related campaigning and political spheres.
We use consultants or services (for which we pay) to meet some of our needs, and UN House provides support and charitable oversight.
UN House interns may assist with administrative tasks and act as Associates to the Core Group. The Core Group members also implement our activities, but at present we have inadequate technical capacity to fully realize much of our planned work.
For this reason, we seek to engage an experienced consultant to carry out paid work as outlined below. While it is not a condition attached to engaging a suitable person at a fee, we would ideally welcome someone who could fill the technical gap in our collective capacity of the Core Group and improve our connections to developing and current communication trends.
To discuss the post informally with a Core Group member before applying, please email email@example.com
Applications addressing the areas of competence required are sought from suitable experienced/qualified persons in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org, along with an indication of fees expected with a daily or hourly rate, to be received before midnight on Thursday 9th September.