Board Member/Volunteer with Social Media Skills & Experience
Adur Collective Community Land Trust
Adur Collective Community Land Trust is a legally incorporated Community Benefit Society looking to solve local housing needs by providing affordable and sustainable homes. We are part of The Community Land Trust Network, a network of 350 CLT's working to deliver affordable community owned homes and assets across the UK.
ACCLT is looking for a new Board member/volunteer to join a small, welcoming team who are passionate about affordable homes. This person will:
- Act as Social Media lead managing & creating content for new and existing social media accounts & links with local and national media to help get our message across and raise the profile of the CLT.
- Successfully promote the take-up of a community share offer with possible creation of video content for social media platforms.
- Develop strategies to use social media to foster member engagement.
- Manage and maintain content & upgrades to our website and increase Search Engine Optimisation for the CLT.
- Digital marketing experience or knowledge
- Content creation and SEO optimisation experience
- Good communication and co working skills
- Good knowledge of current Social media platforms FB, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, other
- Some experience in the housing sector an advantage but we would welcome applicants from other sectors who share our passion for affordable homes.
- Join a friendly and dynamic team helping deliver affordable, sustainable, community owned homes in Adur making a real difference in people's lives
- Significantly contribute to the trust's activities by lending your expertise to a much needed community response to housing need in Adur
- Gain valuable community experience with opportunities to grow your social media skills.
Adur Collective Community Land Trust's area of benefit is the Adur boundary which encompasses Sompting, Lancing, Southwick and Shoreham. Meetings have been held remotely during lockdown but will resume in suitable venues in Lancing or Shoreham near train station links. Prospective board members would need to live and/or work within the Adur boundary but co-optees can be considered if they live outside of Adur.
Estimate of time needed: 3-7 hours / week 1.5 to 2 days a month including preparation and attendance at board meetings.
When do I need to be available?
|Details||Board meetings are held monthly on every 2nd Tuesday evening of the month from 7.30-9.30pm. We have ad hoc communications via WhatsApp and email around issues relating to the CLT's activities. We hold regular market stall information and membership drive events around the Adur area on Saturdays and will be holding other member and public events that board members can support if they are able and available. There are some meetings with stakeholders arranged around all parties' availability that board members can support or where they may be required according the board member's area of responsibility.|
Where does this role take place?
15 Mash Barn Lane
- Homeless and Housing
However, we would endeavour to accommodate any disabled access in meeting venues.
Equal Opportunities Policy or Statement
As per ACCLT's adopted policy
However if practice visits or other activities are undertaken which require mileage/transport costs, these will be covered.
- Health and Safety
New members will be provided with an induction pack with key information and will be supported by existing board members
Insurance Cover for Volunteers
ACCLT has full professional indemnity and public liability insurance.
- Suitable for 13 - 16 years
- Suitable for 16 - 18 years
- Suitable for a group of volunteers
Suitable only for (e.g. 18+, LGBT, BAME, Women only)
Suitable for all members of the community who are over 18
Support on Offer
ACCLT has much support on offer from the Sussex Community Housing Hub and there is buddying support available by board members.
This role is adaptable for different abilities
ACCLT will welcome new members who demonstrate different levels of skill and who are willing to grow in their skill set
Various training opportunities are available to board members with our umbrella organisation Community Land Trust Network and other organisations.