Positive Money Europe are looking for a German & English-speaking Digital Communications Officer to help us increase our impact by building a community of supporters around our campaigns and increasing our visibility in the general public and in the media.
Since May 2018 when Positive Money Europe was launched, we have created a strong and diverse network of experts, politicians, and influencers who want to support our mission to make the money and banking system support a fair, democratic and sustainable economy. We are the leading campaign group scrutinizing the activities of the European Central Bank (ECB) and running campaigns on a range of proposals in the field of Eurozone governance and monetary policy. We have established ourselves as a credible advocacy group on topics related to the ECB. We provide regular comments in the media (including Reuters, Bloomberg, Le Monde, and the Financial Times). Throughout our work with Members of the European Parliament, we successfully pushed the European Central Bank to take climate change seriously and start looking at alternative policies.
We’re looking for a tech-savvy and energetic communicator who is passionate about building a community around our work with a view to getting as many people as possible engaged in the cause. You will have experience with creating messaging for different audiences, running several social media channels, running ads, writing press releases and identifying media opportunities. You are keen to learn, improve and push the boundaries on social media and expand your skills to new communication channels and tools. You’ll enjoy figuring out how to engage new audiences in economic issues by simplifying messages and finding out what message works best with our existing and new audiences.
You will be fluent in both writing and speech in both German and English.
Read the full job description here.
Closing date for applications: Thursday 9 September 2021 at 8 am CET
Interviews: will take place on zoom between the 14 and 17 September for the first round, and the 21 and 24 September for the second round.
Positive Money is committed to providing equal opportunities for everyone regardless of their background. We welcome applications from everyone irrespective of gender, sexual orientation, disability and ethnicity but as Black, and minority ethnic people are currently under-represented within the Positive Money network, we would encourage applications from members of these groups.