We are seeking a Social Media Officer to support our work to end hunger and extreme poverty in the world’s poorest places.
In this role, you will help us to reach and engage our audiences by making the work of Concern Worldwide (UK) come to life.
You will have at least two years experience in a similar role and use this experience to work with stakeholders around the organisation. You will find creative and engaging ways of promoting our work with the aim of building our brand awareness, engaging with existing and new audiences and motivating action. The role will be responsible for managing and building our presence and communities on social media and producing engaging digital content.
If this sounds like you please get in touch by clicking the apply now button for a full job description and person specification.
Safeguarding at Concern: Code of Conduct and its Associated Policies
Concern has an organisational Code of Conduct (CCoC) with three Associated Policies; the Programme Participant Protection Policy (P4), the Child Safeguarding Policy and the Anti-Trafficking in Persons Policy. These have been developed to ensure the maximum protection of programme participants from exploitation, and to clarify the responsibilities of Concern staff, consultants, visitors to the programme and partner organisation, and the standards of behaviour expected of them. In this context, staff have a responsibility to the organisation to strive for, and maintain, the highest standards in the day-to-day conduct in their workplace in accordance with Concern’s core values and mission. Any candidate offered a job with Concern Worldwide will be expected to sign the Concern Staff Code of Conduct and Associated Policies as an appendix to their contract of employment. By signing the Concern Code of Conduct, candidates acknowledge that they have understood the content of both the Concern Code of Conduct and the Associated Policies and agree to conduct themselves in accordance with the provisions of these policies. Additionally, Concern is committed to the safeguarding and protection of vulnerable adults and children in our work. We will do everything possible to ensure that only those who are suitable to work or volunteer with vulnerable adults and children are recruited by us for such roles. Subsequently, working or volunteering with Concern is subject to a range of vetting checks, including criminal background checking.
Concern Worldwide is an equal opportunities employer.
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During this job application, you will provide Concern with your personal data. Concern takes its responsibilities towards this personal data very seriously and is committed to complying with all relevant data protection legislation. Concern uses this information to consider your suitability for this position and may contact you to call you for an interview. Your data may be shared internally to consider this application. Concern will not use your data for any purpose other than assessing your suitability for filling a vacancy with Concern. If Concern determines you are not best suited to the role you have applied for, but there is another role which may interest you, Concern may contact you in relation to that role. If you do not want Concern to contact you in relation to other roles please let us know. Concern will store your data securely. Your Concern applicant profile will be deleted automatically after 18 months of inactivity. You may request Concern delete your profile at any time by contacting your recruitment contact person or email@example.com
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Policy on Preventing Diversion of Organisational Resources
Concern receives a substantial amount of funding from external donors each year. Increasingly donors are introducing requirements whereby future funding is conditional on Concern ensuring that the names of any new employee or volunteer do not appear on watch lists of suspected terrorists maintained by international organisations. These include:
In some circumstances, an offer of employment (either paid or voluntary) with Concern Worldwide will only be made once a clearance check against these lists has been conducted. Any such checks will be done in full compliance with the appropriate Data Protection legislation. For additional information please consult our web site or contact the Human Resource Division in our Head Office. By submitting a formal application to Concern for paid or voluntary employment, you agree to Concern carrying out a clearance check as outlined above. Please be aware that Concern will not proceed with your application should your name appear on any of the aforementioned lists.
In certain circumstances, donors may request that personal data relating to employees to work on the activities that they fund be provided directly to them - so that they can perform their own counter terrorism checks. This may involve transferring some basic personal data outside the EEA. It will be a condition of your employment contract that Concern be allowed to share this information with institutional donors for these purposes. Concern will ensure that the institutional donor has appropriate safeguards are in place to protect your data from unauthorized access or use. Concern will not comply with such requests without first seeking the employees’ agreement. Where such agreement is withheld, Concern may however not be able to employ (or continue to employ), the individual concerned.
For additional information please consult our web site or contact the Human Resource Division in our Head Office.
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